BRANTFORD, Ontario – Jan. 1, 2021 – Two Row Times — The City of Brantford Legal Study is a study into the history that aims to bring out facts about the Applicability of Ontario Provincial Legislation and how the British and Canadian parliaments legislated on the Haldimand Tract, an acquired territory under operation of the Haldimand Documents. The study looks at the Haldimand Pledge of 1779 and the Haldimand Proclamation of 1784, as the UE Loyalist Mohawks in Brantford, Haldimand Province consider defending their treaty rights and culture.
The Mohawks of Grand River and the Six Nations people are synonymous with controversies. Often seen as loyalist descent, the Mohawk have stayed true to their ancient forms of governance and natural-born freedoms. However, they have had their fair share of controversies and diplomatic tussle, rarely referred to or treated as United Empire Loyalists. Unfortunately, only a few people know the truth about the Mohawks of Grand River or the influence of the revolutionary leader, Joseph Brant, which is where the recent study is looking to shed more light.
The City of Brantford Legal Study aims to ascertain the corrective remedies to restore the Haldimand Treaty using philology by developing a database of documents and records to show the legal transactions and timeline. The approach of the study is unique and ideal, helping to establish the authenticity and the original form of literary texts as well as oral and written records to possibly put an end to the century-long controversy.
The study will consider several facts from different quarters, including the Royal Proclamation of 1763 (Canadas Constitution)
For more information about the groundbreaking study and its revelations, please visit – www.cityofbrantford.com.
City of Brantford Legal Study