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The Aamjiwnaang First Nation sits on Anishinaabeg land, in what is colonially known as Sarnia, Ont.. Colloquially referred to as Chemical Valley, the land that Aamjiwnaang sits on is surrounded by chemical and petrochemical production plants, which a new report says has had tangible effects on public health, food sources and relationships to land within the community.
“Community members know the creek should not be touched, there are fewer wild strawber
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