The Aamjiwnaang First Nation is located on the Sarnia 45 Indian Reserve in southwestern Ontario, Canada. The reserve is south of Sarnia, Ontario on the shores of the St. Clair River, across from Port Huron, Michigan. Aamjiwnaang was originally a Chippewa hunting ground, but the area was turned into a First Nations reserve in 1827, after the British government snatched up an enormous amount of Native land.
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- the Aamjiwnaang community finds itself surrounded within an area of North America known as the “Chemical Valley” This area is a region along the Lake Huron United States-Canada border where more than 50 industrial facilities that include chemical manufact
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