Aaniin. Boozhoo. Welcome.
The Chippewas of Rama First Nation have been known as a caring, sharing people throughout history. Our Chippewa territory has been called ‘the gathering place’ where travellers rested before continuing on their journey, where great meetings were held and important agreements signed. From the earliest of times, our people have been entrepreneurs, artisans, craftsmen, hunters and fishermen. We later operated as guides throughout the area for tourists, marketed crafts and produce.
We invite you to learn more about our community, whose pride in Ojibwe traditions and restoring traditional ecological knowledge are at the forefront of community visioning. This stands alongside progressive programs, economic development initiatives and member services.
Gchi miigwech for visiting the Chippewas of Rama First Nation website
The Chippewas of Rama First Nation are maintaining public health measures for the safety of our community.
Masking is mandatory of everyone entering the Rama Health Centre,
Seniors Complex or accessing any of our transportation services.
Please refer to information from the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
for guidance in regional COVID-19 protocols.
All Rama Government Offices, Facilities Building, Health Centre and Ontario Works
are operating normally with some restrictions in place.
The Rama Country Market will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Tim Horton’s is operating on normal scheduled hours – 6am to 7pm daily.
Guests, visitors and patrons are not required to wear masks in our buildings,
however, it is strongly encouraged and appreciated.
Continue hand sanitizing and be aware of any health concerns in areas you may be visiting.
Exciting new Leasing Opportunities with the Chippewas of Rama First Nation
A quick snippet from the Economic Development page:
We are Ojibwe peoples, part of the Three Fires Confederacy along with the Odawa and Pottawatomi Nations. Rama radiates with the spirit that has made us a thriving community. For centuries, our people have been leaders, entrepreneurs, artisans and harvesters. The Seven Grandfather teachings passed down from the Creator are at the centre of community culture. These traditions form the backbone of a community that draws strength and inspiration from the past while preparing for its future.