Work on sewer drainage system at the Woodland Cultural Centre halted after Survivor’s Secretariat learns of digging

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER – The Survivors’ Secretariat and Woodland Cultural Centre will work out new strategies dealing with ground disturbances for all Six Nations lands there after the centre allowed  work to go ahead on a sewer drainage system. Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) and the Survivors’ Secretariat issued a joint media statement today (May 30) about a “significant ground disturbance” at WCC in Brantford which the Secretariat heard about earlier this May. “On May 12, 2023 the Survivors’ Secretariat was informed of significant ground disturbance at the Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) resulting from the partial installation of a sewer drainage system. The Secretariat contacted WCC’s Executive Director and requested that Woodland immediately halt all exterior construction,” the Woodland Cultural Centre and the Survivors’ Secretariat said in the…

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