Schools, sporting events, religious ceremonies to remain closed

By Donna Duric Writer As both Ontario and Six Nations discuss phased-in approaches to re-opening public life in light of Covid-19, it appears some services and activities will remain closed for the foreseeable future on the reserve – or, until “immunity protection” for Six Nations is established. That’s according to Six Nations Elected Council’s phase three re-opening plan. Council has yet to announce when it plans to move into phase three but it appears even in that phase, some activities and services will remain off-limits indefinitely. Among those are the splash pad, the skate park and blue track at the Six Nations Sports and Recreation Complex – due to their proximity to the Covid-19 testing and assessment at the Six Nations Community Hall. Sporting events, longhouse gatherings, church gatherings, schools,…

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