HDI/HCCC seeks to resolve issues surrounding HDI intervention in Six Nations billion dollar land rights suit

By Lynda Powless Editor An intervenor hearing, on Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) massive land rights case, scheduled to start Monday, has been delayed for 24 hours, after the Haudenosaunee Development Institute requested a case management conference . The request came after court filings showed  Ontario lawyers tried to remove both the HDI and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) from the action while Canada supported their presence. After receiving the filings, Gilbert Law, on behalf of the HDI, (HCCC) asked the judge for a case management conference. “We, on behalf of HDI, had written the judge to ask that a case management conference be held, to at a minimum, address timing issues with the motion and secondly to see if the court could assist in resolving some or all…

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