A lack of information puts lives at risk

As of press time Tuesday Six Nations had nine confirmed cases of the COVID-19 including the devastating loss of a community member. Now, if the Six Nations emergency measures crew runs true to form, we should be seeing some new announcements concerning anything from numbers to its newest plans in colourful graphs or charts. But any substantial info usually shows up after the newspapers come out, even if Turtle Island News gives them a heads up on an issue. The antic, not tactic, leaves outstanding a whole number of questions including: the cost for the community hall turned assessment centre and where are funds coming from? Have any tests have been taken? How many? What are the results? What is Six Nations Elected Council doing to help local businesses who…

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