A puzzling land freeze (The Brantford Expositor)

by NationTalk on November 6, 2007768 Views

A puzzling land freeze

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The province owes answers about a two-year freeze on development of land it owns south of Six Nations reserve. Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Toby Barrett spent a frustrating week unsuccessfully trying to get information from the newly created Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs.

Barrett is concerned that the province has expanded the list of sites that may be turned over to Six Nations as part of a land claims settlement. In April 2006, the province said the former Douglas Creek Estates in Caledonia, Burtch Correctional Centre and provincially-owned land at Townsend and South Cayuga were on the table.


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