The Grizzlies on National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
The Film House 250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines L2R 3M2

We have tickets! They are free but still a person needs to have the ticket to match the venue’s capacity. Email us to reserve for yourself and family/friends!


FREE screening on 21 June at 6:30pm for National Indigenous Peoples Day!

THE GRIZZLIES is a true story about a group of Inuit students from Kugluktuk, Nunavut who changed their teacher and eventually their whole community for the better. By the power of sport, family, tradition, and community, their town was transformed from having the highest suicide rate in all of North America into a model of hope and youth-led resilience.

The film is driven by remarkable performances by the young, Nunavut -based cast, and seeded with unassailable authenticity because of it’s dramatic location, THE GRIZZLIES proves to be one of the most unexpectedly affirming films of the year!
THE GRIZZLIES Canada, 2018. Directed by Miranda de Pencier. 97 min. 14A

🎉 FREE Screening on 21 June at 6:30pm to for National Indigenous Peoples Day. Limited seating book your ticket early.

A wonderful opportunity to celebrate and become better acquainted with the cultural diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, discover the unique accomplishments of Indigenous Peoples in fields as varied as agriculture, the environment and the arts, and celebrate their significant contribution to Canadian society.