Farmers group hoping to revive almost $6 million grocery store and resource centre idea

The Six Nations Farmers Association is still trying to find funding to build a $5.6 million grocery store and a resource centre. Frank Montour and Jesse Porter gave Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) another presentation on what they hope will become the association’s “Six Nations Agricultural Resource Centre” (SNARC) and grocery store during SNEC’s Political Liaison meeting Monday (April 8) . The farmers were seeking support for the project they have been working on since 2017. “This is going to impact a lot of things in our community. It’s more than just a grocery store. There’s more here than just that. We’ve given you a lot of information, we want your participation. We don’t want you to come in with blinders on,” Montour said. “What do you see? How can…

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