PARIS – On Friday morning in the chambers of the County of Brant, Mayor Ron Eddy read a draft resolution on behalf of the County reflecting their stance on the ongoing land transfer talks between his council, and that of Brantford and Six Nations.
OHSWEKEN – Lawyers, Kimberly Thomas and Aaron Detlor presented the third of three tobacco law community meetings last Wednesday at the Six Nations Community Hall in efforts to get feedback regarding the proposed Haudenosaunee at Oswe:ge Tobacco Law.
OHSWEKEN – The new Six Nations Library and Archive will have to wait a little longer thanks to the federal Aboriginal Affairs office who informed Six Nations that they will not receive funding as expected.
CALEDONIA – The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport informed developers Empire Communities, that they would need to redo a “totally inadequate” archaeological survey on 350 acres of land in Caledonia’s northwest earmarked for a huge housing development of 3,500 units.
OHSWEKEN – Six Nations has a new Fire Chief. Starting on April 13, 2015, Matthew Miller is now heading the Six Nations Fire Department (SNFD).
KANONHSTATON – It was nine years ago, and yet it still seems like yesterday for anyone that was there on April 20, 2006, when hundreds of OPP, some in riot gear and carrying assault weapons, raided sleeping Six Nations land protectors and non-Native allies in a tent village.