NATION ENTERPRISE

Nation Enterprises includes all on-reserve assets and departments managed by the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC). These assets are leased from Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) through a Management Agreement. As of September 2016, SNGRDC currently employs 110 staff members through nation enterprises.

untitledThe Oneida Business Park (OBP) was designed and built approx. 25 years ago and is located just off of Fourth Line Rd. and Highway 6. The building consists of approx. 18,000 sq. ft. of office space and 70,000 sq. ft. of warehouse/manufacturing space.

SNGRDC plans to convert the face of the building to a commercial/industrial style plaza and subdivide the warehouse space into 5000 sq. ft. units. A portion of the warehouse space is currently leased, however additional space is available.

In 2015, OBP’s roof was fitted with 2307 solar panels capable of generating 500 MW of renewable energy. The Oneida Business Park Roof-top solar installation was awarded the 2015 Aboriginal Project of the Year Award by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA).

For More Information or To Lease Space at OBP:
Contact: Jeff Blake, Property Manager
Phone: 519-753-1950
Email: jblake@sndevcorp.ca
Address: 50 Generations Drive, Ohsweken, ON (just off of Fourth line Rd and Hwy 6)

untitledProperty management is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all Nation Enterprise holdings. This includes but is not limited to the acquisition, control, accountability, maintenance, utilization and disposition of all on-reserve assets.

Properties maintained include, but are not limited to: Oneida Business Park, Bingo Hall, Old Bingo Hall, Six Nations Tourism Building, Chiefswood National Historic Site, Mohawk Chapel, Eco Center/ Forestry, Martin Line Property (Home to A6N), Port Maitland lot, Former #5 & # 7 school properties, and three Internet tower- Mohawk Road, Cayuga Road, Chiefswood Road.

For More Information
Contact: Jeff Blake, Property Manager
Phone: 519-753-1950
Email: jblake@sndevcorp.ca

bingoSix Nations Bingo strives to provide an enjoyable and fun-filled entertainment experience for all of our patrons. We deliver exciting programs and excellent customer service in a comfortable atmosphere. Join us at our monthly MONSTER BINGO or try our new virtual 24-Ball Bingo. With three sessions running Sun-Thurs and four sessions Fri-Sat, at Six Nations Bingo you will always find guaranteed prizes and guaranteed fun.

For More Information:
Phone: 519-753-3574
Address: 2585 Chiefswood Rd. Ohsweken, ON N0A1M0 (near the intersection of Hwy 54)
Visit us Online: www.sixnationsbingo.ca

The Six Nations Community Planner will develop, organize and operate a system of comprehensive community planning in keeping with Six Nations social, economic, health and cultural aspirations; recommend and develop plans for land use; and develop and maintain a current Six Nations Comprehensive Community Plan.

For More Information:
Phone: 519-753-1950

For a copy of the Six Nations Community Plan click here

Our Sustenance is a community-based, social enterprise proudly sponsored by SNGRDC and supported by a number of community organization. Our Sustenance is dedicated to providing resources and programming to Six Nations community members in relation to garden production, food storage, healthy lifestyles, self-care and traditional Haudenosaunee knowledge/values.

Programs Include: the Six Nations Community Garden, the Six Nations Farmers Market, the Good Food Box program, the Greenhouse operation, and a range of workshops throughout the year!

For More Information
Contact: Adrianne Lickers, Program Coordinator
Phone: 519-4452011
Email: alickers@oursustenance.ca
Visit: www.oursustenance.ca

tourismSix Nations is a vibrant Haudenosaunee community nestled along the Grand River in the heart of Southern Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe. Six Nations Tourism offers authentic cultural experiences for individuals and groups. Six Nations Tourism seeks to foster the development and promotion of the Six Nations culture, history, events, facilities and historical sites while creating a positive relationship with our neighbouring communities.

Canoe the Grand River, hike the trails, and explore the story of the Haudenosaunee people of Six Nations. Come experience Six Nations for yourself- a place for fun, relaxation, and discovery.

Additional sites include: Chiefswood National Historic Site, Mohawk Chapel, Six Nations Bingo

For More Information:
Phone: 519-758-5444
Visit us online: www.sixnationstourism.ca
Visit us in person: 2498 Chiefswood Rd. Ohsweken, ON N0A1M0 (near the intersection of Hwy 54)

museumChiefswood National Historic Site is nestled along the banks of the Grand River and is the birthplace and childhood home to beloved performer/poet E. Pauline Johnson. Johnson’s father, Chief George Henry Johnson built the manor in 1853 for his English wife Emily Howells. Chiefswood National Historic Site blends together two worlds both English and Haudenosaunee making it truly a place where cultures meet.

For More Information:
Contact: Miran Hill mhill@chiefswoodnhs.ca
Phone: 519-758-5444
Visit us online: www.chiefswood.com
Visit us in person: 1037 Hwy 54, Ohsweken, ON N0A1M0 (near the intersection of Chiefswood Rd)

Mohawk-Chapel-LogoH.M. Royal Chapel of the Mohawk is a National Historic Site built in 1785 on Six Nations land and located along the banks of the Grand River in the vicinity of Brantford, Ontario. It stands as a monument to the relationship that existed between the people of Six Nations and the British Government, and at its head, the Royal Court. It remains in use as a church, but just as importantly, it is a place where all people of the Six Nations and the surrounding region can assemble, to worship, for special occasions and for important rites of passage in life, such as weddings, baptisms and memorials.

For More Information:
Contact: Julie Jamieson jjamieson@mohawkchapel.ca
Phone: 519-758-5444
Visit us online: www.mohawkchapel.ca
Visit us in person: 301 Mohawk St. Brantford, ON