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FEATURED PROJECT: SNGRDC’S COMMUNITY COLLABORATOR PROGRAM

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Economic Development Trust

The Economic Development Trust (EDT) is the mechanism in which surplus profits generated by the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation are invested into the Six Nations Community for the collective benefit of its members.

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Our Portfolio

The Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) portfolio is made up of Nation Enterprise (on-reserve), Economic Interests (off-reserve) and Joint Partnerships. Together these assets generate revenue for the collective benefits all of Six Nations members.

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SNGRDC Career Opportunities

Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation is always looking for new and talented people who want to make a difference in the Six Nations Community. Click below to view current employment opportunities.

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Six Nations Of the Grand River Development Corporation

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SNGRDC would like to congratulate Gary Hill for receiving the Quarterly Employee Recognition Award.
Thank you Gary for all your hard work, and for your embodiment of our Guiding Principles.
To view SNGRDC's guiding principles, click on the link below sndevcorp.ca/about-2/guiding-documents/
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Next week the Mohawk Chapel will be having their 'Lecture Series: MushHole Days' we hope you can make it out!
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Feb 27, 2019 - 7:00PM. The Mohawk Chapel is located at - 301 Mohawk St, Brantford, ON.

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NEWS AND MEDIA

Six Nations Tourism offering Community Partnership Program

January 14th, 2019|

OHSWEKEN, ON – January 16, 2019- Chiefswood Park and Gathering Place by the Grand Event Centre (GPG) are now under the management of Six Nations Tourism, a department of Six Nations of the Grand River [...]

Quarterly Newsletter Winter 2018

December 17th, 2018|

To view the SNGRDC Quarterly Newsletter for Winter 2018 please click here.