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Resolution to Injustices
•   As of May 31, 2004 - 900,000 land acres have been lost to Six Nations for which approximately $2.3 million dollars sits as compensation in a Six Nations Trust Fund.
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 ...   View More
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The Municipality of the City of Brantford, the Grand River Conservation Authority (G.R.C.A.), and the Province of Ontario determined the need for flood protection work to be undertaken in the City of Brantford. Part of the proposal was the construction of a protective dyke in the vicinity of the Mohawk Chapel. Negotiations commenced in 1981 between the Grand River Conservation Authority and Six Nations. On March 25, 1983, Six Nations tabled thirteen (13) points that would have to be met for a formal agreement to proceed.

On May 30, 1983, and in order for the issuance of a permit by the Minister of Indian Affairs, Six Nations and the Grand River Conservation Authority signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU identified that a protective dyke would cross the Six Nations lands via Section 28(2) of the Indian Act, the Mohawk Chapel would be protected; major improvements around the Mohawk Chapel grounds (land fill, tree planting, landscaping, paved parking lots) would be done by the G.R.C.A.; maintenance of the expanded Chapel grounds and parking areas would be maintained for five years by the G.R.C.A. with a maintenance review to follow; and Lots 13 and 14 Eagle's Nest Tract would be added to the Six Nations land base. On September 17, 1987, by Order-in-Council P.C. 1987-1951, Lots 13 and 14 Eagle's Nest Tract containing 56.5 acres was set aside for the use and benefit of the Six Nations Indians.
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