Aamjiwnaang First Nation

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Welcome from Chief Joanne Rogers

Boozhoo, Aanii, Greetings,

Chief Joanne Rogers

Chief Joanne Rogers

“Our Past – Our Present – Our Future”

Chippewas of Sarnia was our former name, however, currently we are now known as “Aamjiwnaang First Nation”.   Aamjiwnaang is commonly known as “the place at the spawning stream – where the water flows spiritually like a braid”.  Our unique community has grown to approximately 2,300 members.  We are situated along the shores of the St. Clair River, within the boundaries of the City of Sarnia, Ontario.

Our Leaders and Community have worked together to build a strong community which include our Aamjiwnaang First nation  Administration Complex, Public Works Department, E’Mino Bmaad-Zijib Gamig Health Centre, the Maawn Doosh Gumig  Youth and Community Centre, Chippewa Industrial Developments Ltd. Park & Branch Office, Seniors Complex and Aamjiwnaang Binoojiinyag Kino Maagewgamgoons Day Care and JK/SK Preschool.  We welcome you to learn about our growing community, our heritage, our past, our present and our future.

Chii Mii Gwetch

Joanne G. Rogers

Chief

Aamjiwnaang First Nation

News Centre

New Chief Elected – Read story in Anishinabek News and  The Observer.  Click here for full election results.

Community Constitution Development – Visit the Constitution page for more information.

Aamjiwnaang First Nation home to free, three-day sports camp. – Click to read the full story.

Anishinabek Education System –  Please click here for more information with respect to this important topic.

Wheelchair Accessible Van – Visit the page to find out how to book it .

Air Station Monitoring Reports – View the reports and data.

1st Aamjiwnaang Cub Scouts starting Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 3:30 – 5:00 pm at the Community Centre.  Call Joanne Rogers at 519-337-7362 for more information.