We love to welcome people to #SeeSixNations and explore our territory. But, due to the Coronavirus and COVID-19, now is not the time. Project Protect Our People is in place, initiated by the elected Chief and Council of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory and, in the interest of ensuring the best community health and wellness, that means travel to Six Nations by non-Band Members is not permitted. Like our counterparts in Brant County, we are asking everyone to please stay home and follow the advice of your local health authorities, until we’re able to move about freely, without fear.
In doing your part to ensure that proper social distancing is respected, we can all ensure that the opportunity to once again #SeeSixNations to not only shop but also explore everything our community has to offer can once again happen…just not right now. In the meantime, see official links below for the most up-to-date information with respect to our community’s response to COVID-19.
For community business updates about the Coronavirus and COVID-19, please visit the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) corporate website at the link provided here.
Those looking for details with respect to community re-opening and the Protect Our People project, including community access points, entry and access for Band Members, and check-point details can contact the Protect Our People hotline at (519) 717-6639.
We invite our past and potential future visitors to respect the decision of our community leadership to take the precautions they have deemed fit for our territory. We welcome our tourism industry counterparts to connect with us via the link above, or to us direct for more information at (519) 758-5444 ext. 6422. We also ask that, as a future visitor, you continue to check back with us for further updates as the need arises. Our staff is here to assist, advise, and welcome you to once again #SeeSixNations …just not right now.
Written by Spring Sault