Friday, April 21, 2006

Tyendinaga Mohawks Shut Down Rail Lines in Solidarity with Six Nations

At roughly 12:00 AM, Thursday, April 20, 2006, Tyendinaga Mohawks blockaded the CN rail lines that run through the North end of the community in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in Six Nations.
Haldimand Tract land - the area where the Caledonia housing development was planned - must be rightfully returned to the Men, Women, Warriors, Children and Chiefs of the Six Nations Haudensaunee Confederacy.
Tyendinaga is located south of the 401 between Kingston and Belleville.
We anticipate similar action will be taken in First Nations communities across the country and would encourage those communities not taking action of their own to make their way to Six Nations or join us here.
Six Nations does not stand alone.

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