Report 'Real warriors hold jobs' in Federal Politics Posted January 23, 2008 Well, I learned long ago that our governments lie to us. What I haven't learned is why I should believe Six Nations!Just because one side is bad does not automatically mean the other is good. They can both be bad. You don't have to believe Six Nations. You just have to learn about Canadian law: Treaty law, Constitutional law and Common law, in that order of precedence. Regarding current issues, this is the critical part of Constitutional law (Sec 35): http://www.lawsonlundell.com/resources/TheCrownsDuty.pdf Recent case law from the Supreme Court of Canada (Haida and Taku) has confirmed that the Crown has a duty to consult, and if necessary, accommodate Aboriginal interests when it has knowledge, real or constructive, of the potential existence of an Aboriginal right or title and contemplates conduct that might adversely affect it. If you read it carefully, it is clear that the Crown (in this case the province, which is also responsible for the municipalities) must address Six Nations concerns PRIOR TO permitting any development on the disputed land. That has not happened. Ontario is evading the law.