Category Archives: Dundas Valley

Horseback riding in Dundas Valley

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Looking good!

Great job. Thank you, guys.

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Finally!! Good News…

Work at the Dundas Valley Trail Centre has finally resumed. The ugly portable is being modified to match the style of the old Georgian train station. Hurray!

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Dundas EcoPark Film

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Deer hunters worry band council involvement will hurt treaty

(May 23, 2013) — The Turtle Island News has just posted an article, written by staff writer Chase Jarrett, “Deer hunters worry band council involvement will hurt treaty”. Here is the beginning of this text published on their home page: Ontario … Continue reading

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The Nanfan Treaty 1701 – Hoax of History

With the Author’s permission, we are presenting, below, two documents meticulously researched and compiled by Thomas Kennedy, member of the Ontario Historical Society, St. Catherines Historical Society, Ontario Genealogical Society, and McMaster ’50. Kennedy’s work clearly demonstrates that the so called … Continue reading

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Where there’s a will there’s a way

Europeans are very sensitive to style. In each city, there is a department responsible for reviewing development projects and making sure that new buildings match the  style of the surrounding architecture. This seems to make sense. You don’t want the … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Chris Firth-Eagland, HCA

Following, please find an open letter addressed to Chris Firth-Eagland, the new Chief Administrative Officer of the Hamilton Conservation Authority. This letter deals with the extremely controversial issue of annual deer hunting in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area.

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Deer hunting in Dundas Valley “Conservation” Area resumes with higher intensity than last year

I was told by one of the HCA employees that in 2011 the natives failed to kill enough deer. Therefore, in 2012/2013, one day per week and 10 days in January were added to the killing of our deer by … Continue reading

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Haudenosaunee deer hunting in Dundas Valley – history and legal aspects

In a few months, another winter will come and again, deer hunting will capture the attention of many people in our communities. In light of emerging evidence, the validity of this procedure is being questioned. We need a strong public debate … Continue reading

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Renewal

This video deals with annual deer hunting taking place in Dundas Valley Conservation Area. The area is administered by the Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) – an entity of somewhat misterious status – a private corporation using the taxpayers’ money and posing as … Continue reading

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