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Organization: Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians  
Phone Numbers: 519-434-2761
Media Inquiries: 519-281-6238
Fax: 519-675-1053
Email: gstonefish@aiai.on.ca
Website: www.aiai.on.ca
Address:
387 Princess Ave
London, ON
N6B 2A7
Intersection: Colborne St and Princess Ave
Location: London (Central)
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Gord Peters - Grand Chief
gpeters@aiai.on.ca
Denise Stonefish - Deputy Grand Chief
dstonefish@aiai.on.ca
Contacts: Geoff Stonefish - Office Manager
Tanis Doxtator - Finance Manager
tdoxtator@aiai.on.ca
Service Description: Provincial Territorial Organization mandated to defend and enhance the Indigenous and treaty rights of member First Nations * advocacy for collective rights, languages, cultures, lands, and laws of member Nations * political representation and policy analysis includes the areas of health, social development, education, intergovernmental affairs, and treaty rights

Fees: Free
Application: Call or email
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Members of the Batchewana First Nation, Caldwell First Nation, Hiawatha First Nation, Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, Delaware Nation at Moraviantown, Oneida of the Thames, and Wahta Mohawks
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
London, Middlesex, Chatham-Kent, Elgin, Hastings, Leamington, Muskoka, Peterborough, and Sault Ste Marie  
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples

This information was last completely updated on May 31, 2017

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About Us
We represent approximately 20,000 First Nations citizens from seven member communities. AIAI is unique among provincial associations because of the diversity of our members. We represent Oneida, Mohawk, Delaware, Potawatomi, and Ojibway communities from all across Ontario. While our communities may have different languages, cultural practices and a wide-spread geography, they are united through AIAI to collectively protect their Indigenous and Treaty rights.