Councillor told lack of information on Brantford development may be due to SNEC Chief’s involvement

“High level” discussions between Elected Chief Mark Hill his advisor and the city of Brantford may be blocking the band’s Consultation and Accommodation Process (CAP) team from land rights discussions. Six Nations wants Brantford to own up to its obligations with respect to development, but there may be too many cooks in the kitchen. The CAP team presented its monthly report at Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) Political Liaison meeting on September 25, but information about development surrounding the community wasn’t enough for SNEC. “I’m seeing like two little paragraphs [about Brantford]. When we go up there, you can see development everywhere you think there would be a lot more consultation,” Councillor Sherri Lyn Hill challenged. But Phil Monture told her,her own Chief may be to blame. The CAP Team’s…

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