Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Will You See Us ????

Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Will You See Us ????
Posted on August 3, 2017 | Jason Arbour | Written on August 3, 2017
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Author's Note:

Author's Note:

Since April 15, 1903, the Kaniengehaga of Kana:tso have been evicted and displaced from their Lower Canada Historical Rights Bearing Community located in Gatineau, Quebec. Presently, the appointed Chief of this disbanded community, Jason (Rotisken'rakehte) Arbour, has prepared a "Recognition Requisition" for Minister Carolyn Bennett and the Department of Indian Affairs as requested by Carolyn Bennett back on April 15th of 2014 when she was Aboriginal Affairs Critic for the Liberal Party, see: https://shar.es/1TI2T4

Chief Arbour has requested a meeting with Minister Carolyn Bennett, to share truth and reconcile, accompanied with Archaeological Records, Historical Library, and Archives content as well as modern day evidence.

Chief Arbour is awaiting accommodation to convince AANDC-INAC that they are currently sitting on his ancestral lands. Chief Arbour plans on re-establishing his unextinguished and inalienable historical rights to his ancestral community located at the Chaudiere Falls. 

 

 In April of 1903, an Ontario Provincial Court ordered the eviction of Kana:tso First Nation. This First Nation was located at the Chaudiere Falls in the Township of Hull, Province of Quebec. The Mohawk Indian community from Kana:tso was never relocated and are still awaiting justice 114 years later.

Jason (Rotisken'rakehte) Arbour has been appointed Chief and legal representative to the disbanded First Nation by the community members. Over the past decade, Cheif Arbour has collected a compelling collection of legal documents and archaeological records that would support the existence of their aboriginal rights to the said territory.

In 2014, Cheif Arbour met with Carolyn Bennett in her office at Parliament to inform her of his ongoing endeavor of re-establishing recognition for this First Nation from Kana:tso. In 2014, Mrs. Carolyn Bennett was the Aboriginal Affairs critic for the Liberal Party at the time. Mrs. Bennett wrote a letter thanking Mr. Arbour and advised him to reach the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and to keep her apprised of any ongoing developments, see: https://shar.es/1TI2T4

Chief Arbour plans on re-establishing his unextinguished and inalienable historical rights to his ancestral community located the Chaudiere Falls. Chief Arbour has requested a meeting and is awaiting accommodation to convince Aboriginal Affairs officials and Minister Carolyn Bennett of AANDC-INAC that they are currently sitting on his ancestral lands, see provided email request for consultation and Aboriginal Affairs response.

Cheif Jason (Rotisken'rakehte) Arbour is requesting public scrutiny thought this process to ensure justice will finally be provided. 

 

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My name is Jason (Rotisken'rakehte) Arbour, Appointed Chief and Legal Representative of Kana:tso Kaniengehaga First Nation. In 1903 my family/band was disbanded from our Indian Reservation and place of origin at... More

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