Kettle & Stony Point Community

COMMUNITY VISION STATEMENT:

Community Wellness, Development and Financial Stability & Sustainability for the First Nation, and Accountability & Transparency to the Community and its Members –

“Wealth Creation” focused on creating an economy for the community and its members to provide for basic and advanced needs – shelter, education, recreation and identity.

Ahnii! | Welcome!

We are so glad you came to visit us on the web. The Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation is located in southern Ontario along the shores of Lake Huron, 35km from Sarnia, Ontario, near the Michigan border. The community has 1,000 members who live on the reserve and 900 who live off the reserve. If you would like additional information, please feel free to contact us.

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Members Website Login Information

Login Page Information

“Members can change passwords on the edit my profile option in the top right hand corner and scroll to bottom to generate a new password”

Employment

Hiring – Part-time     Snow Removal Tender Nov2017

CKSPFN Annual Report 2016-2017

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 Chiefs of Ontario

FIRST NATION DELIVERY CREDIT

“Members only Page” 

“Chief and Council meetings are now available on the members only page”

“Land Code News”

Land Code Vote Final Results

Negotiations Department Land Use Survey

Survey Newsletter Update Sept 8

Lambton College

CubeHours

Proposed 2017 Tax Rates

Proposed Anishinaabeg of Kettle Stony Point First Nation Tax Rates 2017

Important Business Notice

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Community | Message from the Chief   

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I want to thank all the First Nation members who voted to elect me as Chief during this past election.

I also want to thank the Kettle and Stony Point community members for this opportunity to serve as your Chief for the upcoming term.

Council will be seeking community input on a variety of issues which will include the community strategic plan.

I look forward to working together with our Band Council, community and staff. As we work together, I know that our First Nation will prosper during the upcoming years.

Miigwetch,

Tom Bressette

Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Huron

Don’t forget to visit our Annual Pow Wow held in July. There is much more to see and we look forward to your visit. Miigwech!