Le conseil des Mohawks de Kahnawà:ke et les Six Nations de Grand River se sont…
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The station violates Indigenous sovereignty and should go, Haudenosaunee Confederacy said last week.
‘It is amazingly disheartening to hear that we are spending that kind of dollars to send in this militarized policing and surveillance,’ says group spokesperson Skyler Williams
Approved in 2003 and sold in 2015, development one of many subject to resistance along the Grand River tract
Ottawa’s offer to negotiate Six Nations land issues prompted backlash from McKenzie Meadows developer
Letters were contained in court records submitted ahead of Friday’s injunction hearing
“The government does not understand us. I don’t think they ever will,” says Six Nations community member
“The tactics, timelines, and threats of the OPP and politicians are unrealistic and unreasonable given how complex the issues are that are being dealt with here,” says Skyler Williams.
Rail line stays closed and no timeline on when roads will open