Haldimand County Mayor Ken Hewitt is calling for a "timely resolution" to a demonstration that has closed Argyle Street South in Caledonia. "It is unfortunate that these individuals are displacing the efforts of many to reconnect and come together for a better and stronger relationship," Hewitt said in a statement released Friday. "A peaceful protest is one that does not infringe upon the rights of others, and we are hoping for a timely resolution."
Howard Cutler can breathe easier when his hydro bill arrives each month. "I've been living here for seven years and I used to pay $300 a month," Cutler, a 54-year-old resident of Westglen Co-operative Homes on Galileo Boulevard, said Friday. "Now, it's usually about $150 a month, sometimes $200. "That gives me more money for groceries and other things." The reduction in his hydro bill is the result of energy-efficient improvements made to his home. "I got new windows," Cutler said.
Barricades were set up on Argyle Street in Caledonia this morning and representatives of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy say they will remain in place until Ontario keeps its word. They are demanding that Ontario return the Burtch Lands near Brantford to the Confederacy, the traditional government of Six Nations.
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