Party Forces Security tightening at checkpoints

Six Nations people are posting signs all over the community encouraging others to stay home and say thanks to all front line workers. See page 17. (Photo by Jim C Powless)

Checkpoint security tightened after huge party at Six Nations By Donna Duric Writer Six Nations Police will not be laying any charges against local businessman and Grand River Enterprises partner Kenny Hill despite outrage by both community members and Elected Chief Mark Hill over the holding of a large house party on his property on Sixth Line Road Saturday night. The party was held despite the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic looming across the country. Six Nations Police confirm the large gathering was the only one held over the past weekend. They said they attended at about 11:50 p.m. Saturday, April 18th, 2020, at a structure at his property where about 20 vehicles were parked around the structure. Police said they spoke with security on site providing information on the…

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