Traditional Six Nations chiefs call for moratorium

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WELLINGTON COUNTY – Traditional Six Nations chiefs are calling for a ban on development along the Grand RiverThe world.

They say any development on that tract of land, including in Wellington County, needs their consent.

The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) recently announced a moratorium on development in the Haldimand Tracts plan — criticized as stingy and clumsy — Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton said Ottawa. The HCCC are the traditional government separate from the federally-recognized elected governing body of the Six Nations.

The Haldimand Tract refers to land granted to the HaudenosauneeThe case of South Dakota, stayed open), also known as the Six Nations of the Grand River, in 1784 for their alliance with the British during the American Revolution.

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