Six Nations councillors are working, councillor says

Six Nations Councillors may not be giving reports on their activities in open session, but Councillor Helen Miller says they are working hard. Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) continues to undergo its orientation process and Miller told community members at the Political Liaison meeting on January 22 that councillors are meeting every day to learn more about the internal structure of SNEC and what each department is working on and how they can help politically. “We’ve been so busy doing orientation. We’ve had a meeting almost everyday. That’s why we are not going to outside meetings. We’re busy, don’t think we are just sitting here,” she said. Councillor Dayle Bomberry said he had a conflict and couldn’t attend a meeting with Indigenous Services Canada about updating the tendering policy, but…

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