A reclamation of Traditional Anishinabe Territory of the Amik Council Fire last represented by Hereditary Clan Cheif’s Aisance, Chabondashea, Wabenenguan, Ningawson and Omassanahsqutawah that is currently occupied by Ontario’s Awenda Provincial Park.
Amik Council Fire is one of 5 Anishinabek Clan Council Fires that stretch from Bawating, Manitoulin Island, Penetanguishene, Lake Simcoe and Credit River acknowledged within the Ojibway and Haudenasaunee Alliance Wampum Belt.
The Penetanguishene Bay Purchase registered as Crown Treaty Number Five May 22, 1798 surrendered Anishinabek lands for military purposes around Penetang and Matchdash Bay but did not include Chief Aisance’s Clan’s Gardens and these Specific Lands explained by Elders of Beausoleil First Nation and demonstrated by Council Rock a marker on the lands in question.
This Reclamation is also a Statement to oppose the Williams Treaty Settlement Agreement where 7 Indian Act Band Councils surrendered Indigenous Title to 13 Million Acres of Traditional Clan Territories which they have no authority to do as title to territory belongs to the future generations. This action also serves as a space for a Grassroots Reemergence of Traditional Community Clan Governance to hold Indian Act Councils accountable and to organize and oppose Federal Policies and Self Government Agreements that are extinguishing our Inherit Rights.
All other Indigenous Land Defenders, Water Protectors and Allies Welcome. Need Support especially at night. Lets Organize our Resistance and Remergence
670 Awenda Park Rd, Tiny, ON L9M 2J2
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Johnny Hawke 705 529 5653