Six Nations leaders say Robbie Robertson gave cultural centre invaluable support

 By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO- A gesture by late musician Robbie Robertson has drawn attention to a Six Nations community’s cultural restoration project and local leaders anticipate it will have a lasting positive impact. Heather George, executive director of the Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford, Ont., says a public request from Robertson’s family to donate to the centre’s fundraising efforts for a new building has already drawn much attention as news spread of the musician’s death on Wednesday at 80 years old. “One of my hopes is that more people learn about Woodland, the work that we do and the history of our site,” said George in a phone interview. The Woodland Cultural Centre is located on Six Nations land and is part of the former grounds of…

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