Six Nations Elected Council going behind closed doors “to better serve” Six Nations

Elected Chief Sherri-Lyn Hill is the first Six Nations Elected Council Chief to close politicial liaison meetings to the public. By Lynda Powless Editor  SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER-Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) is going behind closed doors. SNEC announced today (Friday, April 19) that it  is closing its doors to its Political Liaison meetings. It’s the first time in over three decades of Turtle Island News covering SNEC that the band council has closed its politicial liaison meeting to the public. SNEC says the closure or “in camera” meetings  are part of a move to “streamline” its meetings. In the past SNEC Politicial Liaison meetings were open with closed sessions following the open meeting. Community members will no longer be able to sit in the audience at the…

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