An intervenors’ hearing in the Six Nations Elected Council’s land rights case to re-start today

By Lynda Powless Editor The Haudenosaunee Development Institute (HDI), Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) legal team and other intervenors into the multi- billion dollar land rights case will all be back in a Toronto courtroom Tuesday, May 9 to begin the main intervenor hearing after a case conference failed to reach a resolution on outstanding issues Monday (May 8). The HDI had requested the case conference with all parties in a move to try to resolve “some or all of the issues before the court.” Monday’s discussions and negotiations were adjourned to Tuesday (May 9) for the main intervenor hearing. However, negotiations and discussions could still continue to try to settle some of the outstanding issues. One of those issues may be the terms that could lead to the Confederacy having…

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