On July 12, 1905, The James Bay Treaty was first signed at Osnaburgh, Ontario. Its signing was an historic occasion. This treaty forms the basis of the relationship between the signing First Nations and the Crown. Because certain rights and responsibilities arise from this treaty relationship, Treaty No. 9 significantly influences the daily lives of the Aboriginal people in the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN). The 100th anniversary of the first signing of the James Bay Treaty serves to highlight this important process and provide an opportunity to gain a greater awareness of it. Promises, Promises is a unique way of emphasizing the significance of the James Bay Treaty in a challenging and educational manner.