Crown Indigenous Minister Marc Miller says Six Nations Elected chief will get notice of meetings with the HCCC

By Lynda Powless Editor Crown and Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller has issued an apology for coming to Six Nations to meet with the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) representatives without notifying the Six Nations Elected Chief. Six Nations Elected Chief Mark Hill chastised Minister Miller for visiting Six Nations last month without notifying his office. The Elected Chief accused Miller of exercising “divide and conquer” tactics. The brief confrontation occurred at the conclusion of the minister’s remarks to the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Annual General Assembly (AGA)Thursday (Dec., 8) During the question period Elected Chief Hill confronted the minister saying he was bringing a message to him and the government of Canada. “As many of you are aware that Six Nations has been in a battle to deal…

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