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Grand River ‘friendship walks’ aim to educate residents

Summary by Ground News
Six Nations of the Grand River CEO Darrin Jamieson called on residents within the Haldimand Tract to ally with Six Nations in the reserve's legal battle with Ottawa. The British Crown gave the roughly 950,000-acre tract to their Indigenous allies, the Haudenosaunee, after the American Revolutionary War. Today, the Six Nations reserve makes up less than five per cent of the original tract land, the rest having been surrendered, sold or swindled.

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