Six Nations could see state of art lacrosse facility

By Turtle Island News If Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) partners with Hamilton 100 in its bid to host the 2030 Commonwealth Games, it stands to gain a state-of-the-art lacrosse facility. JP Mercanti, president of Hamilton’s bid for the games, asked for a letter of support for the games and an ongoing partnership and continued engagement at SNEC’s General Council meeting on June 13 but walked away with only a request for Mercanti to send a draft letter later in the week. Mercanti’s group has worked with former elected chief Ava Hill and other Six Nations members to create an Indigenous Partnership framework that he hopes SNEC will want to work within in order to have the facility built on Six Nations’ land. “We do want to nurture a powerful…

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