SN Elected Council looking at how to spend any lawsuit settlement

By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) administration is already looking at how it will spend any settlement the community may see from its massive lawsuit seeking answers to what happened to Six Nations lands and money. SNEC CEO Darrin Jamieson is making administrative changes in anticipation of any reparations from the federal and provincial governments. Jamieson says structural changes are already happening within the organization in an effort to prepare for a windfall settlement he believes will come from Six Nations court case against the Canadian and Ontario governments when it comes to land encroachment and misuse of the Six Nations Trust funds. Six Nations lawsuit seeking an answer to what happened to Six Nations monies and lands has been valued at from $13.9 bill to $8.7 trillion…

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