Six Nations looking to change Chief of Ontario to nation votes from community votes

By Victoria Gray Writer Six Nations has fought for more than one vote at the Chiefs of Ontario meetings for decades and gotten no where, now they are considering a different tactic. Councillor Helen Miller questioned the current argument to Chiefs of Ontario (COO) that Six Nations has a much larger population than any other First Nation in Ontario, and so deserve more than one vote. She told SNEC during their Political Liaison Committee meeting on November 22, “we need to be pushing our vote on the basis that there are six nations in our community. The Crees all have a vote. We have six nations, so those six nations should all have a vote. We need to get away from population and start pushing,” she said. She added “the…

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