SNEC approves wording recognizing Six Nations…only

The only wording Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) wants to see on a Cayuga bridge recognizing Indigenous history in the area is a panel explaining Six Nations history and treaty area. SNEC says it won’t agree to any wording involving the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation (MCFN) claim to lands in the area. Lands director Lonny Bomberry said the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) wants to place two panels on the Cayuga bridge identifying the Indigenous history of the area. A panel for Six Nations and one for the MCFN. On the advice of their lawyer Bpmberry said they would only approve Six Nations’ panel. Bomberry said the reason is simple…”its wrong.” He said they oppose the MCFN panel because it is historically inaccurate. “We have been involved with…

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