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Aamjiwnaang First Nation

We are a First Nations community of about 2500 Chippewa Aboriginal peoples. We are located on the St. Clair River, in the city limits of Sarnia southwestern Ontario, Canada. Our heritage language is Ojibwa.

The name Aamjiwnaang, (pronounced am-JIN-nun) means “at the spawning stream.”

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Our department is responsible for administering education programs and services for Aamjiwnaang Early Years, K-12, Adult Learning, and Post-Secondary Education.


The Chippewa Tribe-Une is an Aamjiwnaang First Nation community information newsletter that advertises and informs the community about issues and events happening in and around Aamjiwnaang.


E’Mino Bmaad-Zijig Gamig provides health services in a holistic and culturally sensitive manner to all band and community members through promotion, prevention, protection and education.

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Micro Subdivision Needs Assessment Community Survey

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News Release – May 17, 2024

Minister Guilbeault imposes strict benzene pollution controls in the pursuit of environmental justice for Aamjiwnaang First Nation and Sarnia, Ontario – Canada.ca
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Notice – May 16, 2024

Notice – May 16, 2024
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Unveiling of the Aamjiwnaang Community Police Vehicle

We are excited to unveil new Aaamjiwnaang Community Police Vehicle! Miigwetch to Aamjiwnaang Band Member Aaron Plain, who designed the art for the wrap on ...
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Reopening Notice – May 9, 2024

Notice – May 9, 2024
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Housing Opportunity – Seniors Unit

1169 Chippewa Cres
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