Blue shows Haldimand Grant, Purple shows Six Nations reserve
Red Star shows Douglas Creek occupation
Today’s media roundup regarding the standoff in Caledonia:
- Stolen papers offered to Caledonia developer – for a price; CBC May 5th
- Caledonia Dispute Continues to Hurt Developers; CD 98.9FM May 5th
- Barricades still up at Six Nations during talks; Indian Country Today May 5th
- Six Nations short on supplies at Caledonia; First Perspective May 5th
- Finley keeps tabs on Caledonia; Hamilton Spectator May 5th
- Warrior 'alliance' appears at barrier; Hamlton Spectator May 5th
- It's your move, Canada!; Hamilton Spectator May 5th
- Tough task ahead - Former Indian Affairs Minister represents Ontario in land claims; Hamilton Spectator May 5th
- Caledonia land dispute spilling over - At the UN: Aboriginal relations in Ontario, Alberta raising questions about human rights; Globe and Mail May 5th
The Six Nations short on supplies at Caledonia article from First Perspective is particularly important, as it lists supplies that people at the Reclamation need and gives information about how to get in touch with them.
Once again, the best place for up to date news is the SISIS web page and the Autonomy and Solidarity Caledonia Solidarity page. For background also check out the Reclamation info website which is in the process of being put up by members of the Six Nations community.