Dear King Charles:

Indigenous populations across the country continue to grow and with that comes the increasing need for services. Nothing more urgent that housing. But to put up a house you need land. Like First Nation communities across the country Six Nations is in a housing crunch and land in short supply despite any efforts by either the Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) or the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) to meet the need. One of the biggest stumbling blocks for First Nations is ISC itself. SNEC has purchased property over the years to add to the reserve, maintaining its tax-exempt status, by going through the ISC Additions To Reserve (ATR) process. The problem is the process is holding up communities and homes for First Nations people by refusing to move on adding…

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