Six Nations Reclamation turns 12

A group of Six Nations women marked the 12th anniversary of the Six Nations Reclamation with a march down Sixth Line to Argyle Street to the front gates of former housing development now known as “Kanonhstaton” which means “The Protected Place”. The land rights issue was launched. Feb 28, 2006 by a small group of people and led to the longest standing Indigenous Rights protest in Canaian history. We provide a timeline here. Six Nations Reclamation timeline 2006-2016. Feb. 28, 2006 – A group of about 20 people, including Dawn Smith and Janie Jamieson, walked onto the former housing subdivision site at 5 a.m. blocking contractors and construction crews from entering the site. March 5, 2006 – An injunction is obtained by developers John and Don Henning ordering Six Nations people…

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