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The Six Nations Police Service is responsible for policing the roads and property of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.  This area of primary jurisdiction is defined in the Six Nations Regional Policing Agreement as the Six Nations Reserve, which means “reserve” as defined in the Indian Act.

The identification of the agency geographical jurisdiction does not limit or restrict the authority of the Six Nations Police as sworn peace officers for the Province of Ontario.

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3 days ago
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Community Notice

The Six Nations Wildlife and Stewardship Office is completing Ecological Land Classification on the territory with the help of LGL.

They are assessing many different areas on the territory, including roadsides, rivers, agricultural fields and forests. The information gathered is to be more informed on where and how to build new buildings and infrastructure or where NOT to build. Wildlife sightings gives an idea of the type and number of animals that call Six Nations Territory home.

All surveyors will have identification on them, are wearing reflective vests and would be happy to answer any questions. They would appreciate help from the community by allowing them on property or suggestions of specific areas that should be looked at…ie. unique plants or animals. They leave no trace behind when completing assessments, no samples will be taken and no personal information is necessary.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lauren Jones or Bethany Kunitz-Wakefield at the Wildlife and Stewardship office at 519-445-0330 or by email:

Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated while the Wildlife and Stewardship office gathers the information.
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1 week ago
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About 3 days late , they prolly gone by now aneh ?

More brave robberies are coming. Poor innocent employees, better be protected.

What kind of business is this? No CCTV? You’d think we should know what business is being robbed.

Glad they are ok

2 weeks ago
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Condolences to the family. N the community. Huggs

Very sad , condolences to his family and police family.

Condolences to family.

Condolences to the family

Condolences to all 💙






Sad day for many.






Condolences to all impacted...

I notice the flags are at half mass.

Looks like my brother george

Very deepest condolences to his family.. very hard and never forgotten

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