Palliative Care Facility loses major donation cites delays

By Turtle Island News staff The future of a Six Nations palliative care facility is in peril after funding was withdrawn due to delays. The anonymous donor who endeavoured to fund 100 per cent of construction costs for a Six Nations palliative care building after two years of delays including delays supporters said caused by Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) top heavy management. Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) councillor Hazel Johnson gave a report on the palliative care committee meeting at the Political Liaison Committee meeting on February 13 and said the announcement was made that funding was no longer on the table. “We were informed the sponsor had withdrew his offer. I didn’t know, well nobody had known that,” she said. Darrin Jamieson, SNEC CEO said he received a letter…

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