HCCC, needs to bring people on board

It isn’t easy building a nation. But it is even more difficult to re-build. It has been almost 100 years since the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Council at Grand River operated as a full functioning government with an administration, etc., But that is in the works. It started with a handful of people involved in work for the HCCC establishing the Haudenosaunee Development Institute (HDI) first sharing an office with lawyer Aaron Detlor before moving into their own space. The HDI had been established with a board and chiefs and clanmothers were to oversee it. Over the years, the HDI came under pressure, not just internally but faced off with government both at the provincial and federal level on a number of issues that resulted from the governments failures to recognize the…

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