My name is Ava Hill and I am Chief of the Elected Council of Six Nations of the Grand River. We have provided background information on our community in our written brief, so I will cut to the chase with our comments on Bill C-10.
SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Birthing Centre celebrated the 1000th birth through their Centre on Friday, October 11, 2014 with an open house and barbecue luncheon.
BRANTFORD Following an earlier false start, the inquest into the death of 33-year-old Robert Clause while in custody March 4th, 2011 at the Brantford Jail will begin October 27th. Clause was arrested in Hamilton when a 2010 drug deal went bad. He was charged for allegedly bludgeoning Deven Anthony Gayle to death.
EAGLES NEST/BRANTFORD – Renovations have begun to transform the former “Mush Hole” residential school, located on reserve land within the City of Brantford, into something of a Holocaust museum to remember the attempted cultural genocide of the Onkwehon:we way of life through residential schools.
TORONTO – Indspire, the largest non-governmental funder of Indigenous education in Canada, is pleased to announce that the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) has awarded Indspire’s President and CEO Roberta L. Jamieson with the David C.
GREAT and OSTTC donated 20 turkeys to the Six Nations Food Bank in time for Thanksgiving. “We wanted to give back and show community support,” stated Sheila Hill, a GREAT programs and services officer.