FEATURED PROJECTS

ENTERTAINMENT
AT ITS BEST!
The Six Nations Bingo Hall provides an entertaining fun-filled outing for everyone. Our daily programs, specials and monthly MONSTER Bingos award over $15 Million a year. Sign up for the Grand Player Card to collect and redeem points. Six Nations Bingo, guaranteed prizes, guaranteed fun.
PARTICIPATE
IN BRIGHTENING YOUR COMMUNITY’S FUTURE
Community Planning is a process which guides how a community will grow and change in the future. The role of the Community Planner is to identify the needs and priorities of the community and provide viable solutions to address them.
COMMUNICATE
YOUR OPINIONS ON POTENTIAL PROJECTS & INVESTMENTS
Six Nations Future is a community engagement platform that aims to provide detailed and unbiased information on proposed projects, happening on and around the Six Nations Territory. The goal of the site is to provide the tools community members need to make informed decisions.
REKINDLE
YOUR INTERDEPENDENCE WITH NATURE
“Our Sustenance” is a community based social enterprise that is dedicated to improving food security for the people of Six Nations. Our mission is to help the community restore its interdependence with nature and take even greater strides towards self-empowerment, self-sufficiency, holistic well-being and sovereignty.
EXPERIENCE
THE CULTURE OF SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER
Six Nations Tourism offers authentic cultural experiences for both individual travellers and groups young and old. Our goal is to foster the development and promotion of Six Nations culture, history, events, facilities and historical sites while creating a positive relationship with our neighbouring communities.
EXPLORE
THE PLACE WHERE CULTURES MEET
Birthplace of poet E. Pauline Johnson Chiefswood NHS is reflective of the dual heritage of both Haudenosaunee and Victorian culture. Explore the homestead where the daughter of a Mohawk Chief and an English Mother was inspired to captivate international audiences with her dramatic performances of poetic writing.
UNCOVER
AN AUTHENTIC HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE
Her Majesty Royal Chapel of the Mohawks is surrounded by beautiful trees which shade burial sites of important Six Nations figures including Joseph Brant. Inside you will find, magnificent woodworking, artifacts and stunning stained glass windows which depicts Six Nations’ journey through time.

SEE THE VISION UNFOLD BEFORE YOUR EYES

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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Business Opportunities

Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation is always looking to explore new business opportunities. If you are looking to become a partner, establish a joint ventures, or propose a business opportunity that will add value to SNGRDC`s already existing business lines click here!

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FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY

FACEBOOK

Thank you Sodexo Canada & The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business for celebrating Aboriginal Economic Development in Canada, and for joining the Six Nations community, SNGRDC business partners and staff at The Gathering Place by the Grand Event Centre last night. ... See MoreSee Less

BLOGS

Economic Development Trust announces $1.7 million for 2018 Community Investment

August 17th, 2017|0 Comments

OHSWEKEN, ON – August 10, 2017 – The Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Trust (EDT) has been investing in the collective betterment of the Six Nations Community since September 2016. With over [...]

NEWS AND MEDIA

Click here for SNGRDC Quarterly Newsletter- Summer

August 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Click here for SNGRDC Quarterly Newsletter- Summer