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The Haldimand Treaty of 1784
Whereas His Majesty having been pleased to
direct that in consideration of the early attachment
to his cause manifested by the Mohawk Indians
and of the loss of their settlement which they
thereby sustained - that a convenient tract of
land under his protection should be chosen as a
safe and comfortable retreat for them and others
of the Six Nations, who have either lost their
settlements within the Territory of the American
States, or wish to retire from them to the British
- I have at the earnest desire of many of these
His Majesty's faithful Allies purchased a tract of land from the ...   View More














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  Six Nations Land Claim Summaries
(Basis & Allegations)

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(Preconfederation Documents, Treaties, etc.)
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Inadequacy of Crown Canada's
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  Six Nations of the Grand River
v. Canada and Ontario

  Amended Statement of Claim
- March 7, 1995

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Consultation & Accommodation Policy

Negotiations Update
Welland Canal Claim
Lands Flooded by the Welland Canal Company

By Statute of January 19, 1824,
the Welland Canal Company
was incorporated to construct
the Welland Canal. The statute
provided that Six Nations was
to be compensated if any part of the Welland Canal passed through Six Nations lands or if damaged was determined to the property or possessions of Six Nations.

By Statute of June 9, 1846, the works of the Welland Canal were vested in the Province of Canada, with provision made for ...   View More
Claim Settlement Offer
On January 21, 1988, Six Nations documented and filed evidence with Canada that approximately 2,500
acres of HSN lands were
flooded by the Welland Canal
in 1829 and 1830 and that HSN
were never compensated. The
flooded lands range between
the Town of Cayuga and the
Dunnville dam as illustrated
on the attached sketch.

In January of 1994 Canada
agreed that our evidence was correct and later that year made a $3 million offer that was ...   View More

Negotiations Meetings
An education campaign began in February, 2006 along Highway 6 near Caledonia, Ontario, by a group of Six Nations people. This education campaign later evolved into ...   View More

Litigation Update
On April 14, 2009, the Six Nations Elected Council made a motion to return to the 1995 Six Nations vs. Canada and Ontario Litigation and to continue with the original lawyers being Blake, Cassels & Graydon.

Since, 2009 to 2011, the L&R office continued to work with the lawyers to identify and catalogue additional prevalent historical documentation to the Discovery process and produced an additional 5,000 documents.

In July and September 2012, Six Nations delivered to Canada and Ontario a Request to Admit (RTA) Documents relating to specific documents being identified and a Request to Admit Facts describing various persons identified in certain relevant documents.

In July, August, 2012 and February, 2013, Canada and Ontario responded to the specifics of the RTA which verifies the authenticity of documents and the people involved, including what positions they held and when, but Canada is refusing to Admit the Facts establishing any wrong (past) doing; thus placing Six Nations to provide strict facts proving that those individuals committed fraud, theft or negligence in depriving Six Nations of its lands and money.

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