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Six Nations “Ohsweken” firehall demolition

The Six Nations Fire Hall is now a thing of the past. This week wrecking crews tore down the old Fire Hall after it was discovered to be overrun by mold to the point where it was deemed unsafe and unredeemable. The building was condemned in June. Thanks to a generous $2 million gift to the community from local businessmen Jerry Montour and Ken Hill of Grand River Enterprises Six Nations Fire Fighters will not be homeless for long. The new building is to be built on the same site to begin once the rubble from the old building is cleared. (Photo by Jim Windle)

The Six Nations Fire Hall is now a thing of the past. This week wrecking crews tore down the old Fire Hall after it was discovered to be overrun by mold to the point where it was deemed unsafe and unredeemable.

The building was condemned in June. Thanks to a generous $2 million gift to the community from local businessmen Jerry Montour and Ken Hill of Grand River Enterprises Six Nations Fire Fighters will not be homeless for long.

The new building is to be built on the same site to begin once the rubble from the old building is cleared.

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Jim Windle

Jim Windle

Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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