ksp-pointFirst Nation Manager

Hello and welcome to the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation.

As the First Nation Manager/CEO of the Kettle & Stony Point First Nation, I would like to welcome you to our  community.  Kettle Point, traditionally known as Wiiwkwedong, which in the Anishnaabe language means “at the bay”; and Stony Point, traditionally known as Aazhoodena, “the place over there”, are both situated on the eastern shores of Lake Huron, approximately 40 km’s northeast of Sarnia, Ontario.  We are a member of the Anishinabek Nation Grand Council and the London District Chiefs Council.

Our place of governement is at the Sadministration building on Indian Lane, which houses several departments, including housing, social services, negotiations, lands, membership and estates, communications, media and finance.   Other departments, including the health department, child and family services, and our employment and training operate in their own buildings nearby.

Ours is a kind and generous community, known for its hospitality and interesting places to explore.  Several local businesses operate on our territory and we also attract many visitors to our vast, and varied, shoreline which included large sandy beaches, and just to the west a rocky waterfront where many fish, enjoy beautiful sunsets and view the geological wonders like unique concretions and large shale deposits.


Verna George