December 10 Notice

NOTE: It is with sadness we announce the dehorning of a Confederacy Roya'ner in the Cayuga Wolf title, Dyohyongo ( Sam General) on the weekend.
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Notice Haudenosaunee Confederacy Council January Meeting

The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Council has been cancelled for January 2nd and rescheduled for January 9th. The HCCC winter newsletter has been mailed to homes on Six Nations and is available in a number of locations. Watch your mailbox for a copy or contact the HDI at 519-445-4222 for additional copies. Or send us a message here. No:ia to everyone!

NOTICE Re: Mohawks for Release

The Wisk niyonhwentsya:ke make this open and public declaration to all citizens within the Haudenosaunee treaty territory:Click here to read more

HCC Notice Regarding Bill C10
June 7, 2014

At a duly convened Council of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council. The Council passed the following statement;


The Grand Council of Chiefs would like to take this time to remind its citizens of the Haudenosaunee position on imposed elected Band and Tribal councils and our proposed remedy to standardize governance within the domain of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Click here to read more

HCC Position on Brewery January 2015

Pleased be advised of the following:

At a duly convened council on January 3, 2015, the Hodiyanehsoh carefully considered the proposed Alcohol Law and Brewery at Six Nations Grand River Territory.

After careful reflection and consideration of the damaging effects that alcohol has had on our people and continues to have, the Hodiyanehsoh unanimously agreed that it would be in violation of our Creator given laws to support and encourage the use of Dega’nigohade:nyohs, “Mindchangers” (Alcohol and Drugs).

As such, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council does not support the manufacturing or retailing of alcohol or drugs and are opposed to any effort to bring danger into our Territory.

Please govern yourselves accordingly.

In Peace and Friendship,
Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council

The Loss Of A Royanni Touches Us All

Our hearts are heavy tonight in the Grand River Territory of the Six Nations. We have lost one of our strongest standing trees with the passing of Pete Skye. Our Confederacy was made rich by the wealth of culture, language and knowledge this condoled Onondaga Chief carried and he is greatly missed. Please keep the Longhouse of One Family in your thoughts as our minds are very close to the ground right now.

The family has released details of services for Onondaga Deer Clan Chief Peter Sky who passed away Wednesday November 5, 2014 at his home surrounded by family. . He is resting at his home at 1890 4th Line Ohsweken, after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Service and Burial will be held at Onondaga Longhouse Six Nations on Saturday November 8, 2014 at 11 a.m.