A judge is deciding who we want to be when we grow up

Something has to give at Six Nations. Across the country other First Nations are asking what is wrong at Six Nations? Why is an elected band council taking its own people to court on a trespassing charge? And what are the ramifications of such a move? Not just on Six Nations, but on their court and land rights cases? And at what point is an elected council system, indigenous? Six Nations Band Council has charged a Six Nations woman with trespassing for farming a piece of community owned property on a lease from the traditional council at Six Nations. A council that has been managing the property for the past 10 years. A council that negotiated the return of the property and worked with both Canada and Ontario to bring about…

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