Six Nations Unity March united we stand

From Kanonhstaton to Burtch, a long walk for unity By Chris Pimentel Writer It may have taken 12 hours to walk an over 30 kilometre unity trail from Kanonhstaton to Burtch but the message has been 93 years in the making. About 25 people took to the roads Friday for a two day unity walk that began at Kanonhstaton, the newly reclaimed Six Nations lands just outside Caledonia, to the former Burtch correctional centre lands that sparked controversy when Ontario transferred the land to a federal corporation it ordered the Six Nations band council to establish. But the message has been in the air since 1924 when the federal government imposed band council systems on indigenous people country wide. At Six Nations, home of one of the only existing traditional…

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