Winter setting in as Arrowdale land protest continues on

Land Defenders are ready for the winter after taking over the former Arrowdale Golf Course in Brantford sitting on unceded Six Nations lands. The site is now slated for development. (Photo by Victoria Gray)

By Victoria Gray Writer BRANTFORD-The snow won’t deter Arrowdale Land Defenders. Land defence at the former Arrowdale Municipal Golf Course is holding strong with little movement from Brantford Police, the City of Brantford or the developer Elite M.D. Developments, which planned to build more than 300 homes and townhouses on the site. Trevor Bomberry continues to live on the former golf course in Brantford and says he plans to stay forever regardless of what city officials bring his way. “There’s not really any problems. I’m actually surprised. The feeling here, it’s really good,” he said. “It’s pretty much the same as what’s been going on before.” Brantford Police Sergeant Clavin Eve, the designated liaison officer said he’s working to build a relationship with those occupying the course, which is fairly…

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