Haudenosaunee Royanni seek apology from Canada for 1924

By Lynda Powless Editor The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) is seeking an apology from the Canadian government for their actions in 1924 that removed Six Nations traditional government. A letter went out to Minister Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller March 7th. The letter was in response to a letter the HCCC received from Minister Miller seeking a meeting with the HCCC. “We got a letter from the minister in February requesting to meet with the chiefs,” Leroy Hill HCCC secretary told Turtle Island News. He said Miller was prepared to meet separately with the Chiefs or with both the HCCC and Six Nations Elected Council. “He was asking to meet with the chiefs and offered to meet with them either jointly with the band council or separately.” Hill said…

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