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The Food Bank received a donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc.

The Food Bank received a donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc.

OHSWEKEN — The Food Bank received a donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc. on March 21 for $1750.00. Sonia Fazari, senior advisor of Aboriginal affairs is seen in the picture on the right, handing Six Nations Community Food Bank co-ordinator Charley Hill the cheque. “The food bank is once again very grateful for this generous donation,”

OHSWEKEN — The Food Bank received a donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc. on March 21 for $1750.00. Sonia Fazari, senior advisor of Aboriginal affairs is seen in the picture on the right, handing Six Nations Community Food Bank co-ordinator Charley Hill the cheque. “The food bank is once again very grateful for this generous donation,” said Hill.

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  • BIG6MOHAWK
    June 2, 2016, 2:23 pm

    First thing I want to know is who put Enbridge up to it. They didn’t just wake up and decide to head to Six Nations with a donation or maybe I am over think this. Nope

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  • steven bent1
    May 22, 2016, 9:45 am

    generous??? they have spent more than that on advertising this week which flies in the face of supporting indigenous people. If they were to contribute the amount that they spend on legal fees fighting the will of indigenous people- that would be generous- and more generous would be for ENBRIDGE to adequately pay reparations for the immense damage done to the ecological value of our homeland….

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  • decolonizer
    April 12, 2016, 12:02 am

    Public relations stunt.

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