OPP arrest outspoken activist who had been supporting 1492 Land Back Lane Six Nations land rights dispute at Caledonia

Six Nations Police arrested a well known social activist who had been staying at Chiefswood Cabins over the holidays. (Facebook Photo)

By Lynda Powless Editor SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND- A Kingston, man with a history of social activism involved in supporting the Six Nations land rights protest in Caledonia  was arrested Tuesday, Jan 5, 2021 after he was found staying at Six Nations newly constructed  Chiefswood Park log cabins built to encourage tourism to the community. Six Nations Police arrested  Alexander Hundert, 40 of Kingston, Ontario Jan 5th at one of the cabins he had been staying in over the Christmas holidays. Hundert was turned over to OPP who held a warrant for his arrest on charges of Mischief and Disobeying a Court Order stemming from an injunction issued by Justice John Harper  in August preventing anyone from occupying the McKenzie Meadows housing development at Caledonia that is now site of a…

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