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Chippewas of the Thames

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Chippewas of the Thames

What’s New (Updated March 24/17)

  1. Chief & Council are looking for your input on moving forward, please cast your vote at https://onefeather.ca/nations/cottfn
  2. Check out this month’s March 2017 Mazinigan!
  3. New info regarding the Tobacco Law!
  4.  Enbridge Pipeline: Not Worth the Risk
  5. 2017 COTTFN Business Gala

Attention band members,

Chief & Council, and the Tobacco Project are looking for your input moving forward.

For convenience and in hopes to reach all members, The Tobacco Project has hired “One Feather” which is an online voting platform to conduct the polling.

All members are encouraged to cast their polling at https://onefeather.ca/nations/cottfn

The online polling platform is available now (March 24) and closes April 7th, 2017 at 8pm

Chippewas of the Thames is hosting its First Annual Business Gala this spring!
how exciting!?

For more info,
Click here!

Want to sponsor the event? more info can be found
Here

Classes on Wednesdays
Held at the Heritage Centre from 6-8pm

We make it easy for our community members to stay informed on upcoming events.

If you are a member of COTTFN, please contact Beulah Kechego with your email or any updated address changes.

Email: beulah@cottfn.com Phone: 519-289-5555 x273

Welcome!

We are the Anishinaabeg of the territory of Deshkaan Ziibing, also known as Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. We call ourselves Anishinabek which means the original people. We are known as the Ojibway, which are a band of the Algonquin language family who originally migrated to the Great Lakes area from the north-eastern region of North America. Our political alliances are with the Odawa (Ottawa) and Bodaywadami (Pottawatomi) who together form the Three Fires Confederacy.

We are a forward thinking nation with a strong grasp of our traditional values. Through culture, heritage and continued education we are working towards a better future and towards being a self-governing First Nation. We are located on the north bank of the Thames River approximately 20 km southwest of London, Ontario. The majority of Southwestern Ontario is our modern traditional territory.

Please feel free to explore our website.

Miigwech, Chief White-Eye

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Mazinigan

Download our Mazinigan for information about community engagements, event reminders, and more!

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