Aamjiwnaang First Nation
The community of Aamjiwnaang First Nation, formerly Chippewas of Sarnia, is located on the St. Clair River, three miles south of the southern tip of Lake Huron, in the city limits of Sarnia. There are 2000 band members and roughly 850 live on Aamjiwnaang First Nation. Our heritage language is Ojibwa.
On January 1, 2000, we greeted the New Year by officially reclaiming our name Aamjiwnaang (pronounced, am-JIN-nun), which means meeting place by the rapid water; which describes our surrounding communities.
Aamjiwnaang is dedicated to saving our culture and environment for the generations to come. To showcase our culture we have our annual Pow Wow during the last weekend in June, featuring traditional Native dancing and singing, foods and authentic craftwork. This is a public event.
Aamjiwnaang is a beautiful place to visit as we love to share our culture and traditions with all that our interested.
For more information visit their website at www.aamjiwnaang.ca