FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SIX NATIONS - As Caledonia residents meet outside the county offices in Caledonia, Six Nations residents take to the airwaves on CKRZ at 8:00 pm tonight on a special Monday night talk show segment called, "Peace to Keep."
Tonight's show, hosted by Barry Hill, will focus on the Douglas Creek Estates reclamation while shedding a new perspective on the on-going situation that has lasted fifty-six days.
We'll take you through the chronology of this journey from day one with insight into the many different twists and turns that have occurred along the way.
Barry will be joined on-air tonight with Six Nations community members, Amos Key, chair of CKRZ, Lisa VanEvery, communications consultant and Paul Frits, a lawyer with expertise in land issues.
"After fifty-six days of this reclamation, we feel it's vital and necessary to take stock of the situation, what has led the community to this point and most important, put forth ideas as to where the community can go from here," says Amos Key, chair of the CKRZ board.
The "Peace to Keep" show begins airing on CKRZ at 8 pm - 10 pm. Listeners may also hear the show through live streaming on www.ckrz.com.
CKRZ is a non-profit Native community radio station serving the communities of Six Nations of the Grand River, New Credit of the Mississaugas First Nation, Hamilton, Caledonia, Brantford, Brant County and Haldimand County. We are proud to be distinctly, "The Voice of the Grand."
For more information contact:
Amos Key, Chair CKRZ
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