Drinking water loss is on SNEC’s shoulders

They aren’t on the list. They missed the deadline to apply. They made no attempt to answer the Chiefs of Ontario over a year ago when they repeatedly contacted Six Nations to be part of what would become an $8 billion drinking water settlement. Now, Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) needs to explain how it messed up and hiding behind the parameters that now make up the successful lawsuit is not an excuse. Had Six Nations been involved in the initial planning, as they were asked to be more than a year ago, the lawsuit would have included water issues that continue to plaque the community. The $8 billion drinking water settlement was a win for those that signed up and even Six Nation own lawyer has now told them…

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