HCCC/SNEC meet? Not without peace among them

Eleven years after Six Nations people braved the cold and the heat both from the summer months, police, taunting Ontarians and even internal bickering. Yet Six Nations land rights still remain unresolved. On Tuesday a handful of local people remembered Feb., 28 2006 when a group of people walked onto a construction site and changed history. Six Nations took back its land and sparked what would become the longest protest in Canadian history with barricades of roadways, camps on the land and finally a table made of the delegates from Ottawa and Toronto whose job it was to find solutions. Unfortunately that hasn’t happened. During that time the Haudenosaunee Confederacy reminded Ottawa and Ontario of their obligations to the Haudenosaunee. Taught them who we are and what they owe. The…

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