Six Nations Elected Chief takes personal day as council goes behind closed doors

By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) went behind closed doors last week to hold its first fully closed political liaison meeting but they went without Elected Chief Sherri-Lyn Hill. Instead of attending the closed session that comes under her tenure, Elected Chief Hill took a “personal day,” Turtle Island News has learned from numerous sources. Closing the meeting was approved by band councillors. The Chief’s absence left a band councillor to have to chair the first closed session. Elected Chief Hill did not respond to the Turtle Island News questions on the timing of her personal day off. It was the first of two “personal” times off the elected chef would take within a week. The Elected Chief also left a council session saying she was taking…

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