Six Nations Band Council invests $12.5 million in Niagara Reinforcement Line

By Chris Pimentel and Lynda Powless Writers Six Nations Band Council is using the $12.5 million lump sum payment, received as a result of Ontario’s sale of the Brantford Charity Casino, to invest in the Niagara Reinforcement Line (N.R.L.) A press release issued Tuesday by the Six Nations Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) also indicates legal action could be launched against anyone protesting the N.R.L.. The statement says band council’s construction company A6N will provide 24/7 security coverage for the duration of the project. “Six Nations Elected Council, SNGRDC, A6N and Hydro One must be fully aligned on pursuing the most appropriate course of action should a conflict occur,” the statement says. Six Nations Councillor Terry General said that means people could be charged. “If people protest we could get…

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