Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation’s (SNGRDC) Community Collaborators program engages SNGRDC business partners to support local initiatives, directly impacting the Six Nations community. These initiatives are an excellent opportunity to showcase SNGRDC partnerships to the Six Nations Community in a meaningful and impactful manner. You can become involved in the program by participating in one of three tiers. If you are interested in becoming apart of the SNGRDC Community Collaborators program please contact:
Alysha Filer, Communications Coordinator
[email protected]

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The Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) intends to resume community oriented Community Collaborator events with a readiness to pivot events based on Covid-19 protocols. We are focused on bringing our community together through events which have been popular in years past.

The 2022 Community Collaborator initiatives include:
Community Awareness, National Indigenous People Day, and the return of the Fall Harvest Festival.

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Community Awareness

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2022
Time: 12-4:00 PM
Location: SNGRDC Head Office

This event is an opportunity for Six Nations organizations supporting the community to showcase their products and services. Community members are invited to attend the events throughout the month (TBD based on Covid-19 limitations). SNGRDC operates special events during Community Awareness to share available services and create a space for community togetherness. In 2021, SNGRDC ran three separate events, including a drive-thru BBQ, outdoor Prize Bingo and Chiefswood Park offered cabin tours and free watercraft rentals for participants. SNGRDC also hosted an online raffle and matched all proceeds which were then donated to the Six Nations Birthing Centre.

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Date: June 21, 2022

SNGRDC is supporting Indigenous literacy by supplying children’s books to each of the elementary schools in Six Nations. The books have been purchased through Raven Reads, an Indigenous book subscription company which distributes books written by First Nations, Inuit and Métis authors.

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Fall Harvest

Date: October 1, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Chiefswood Park
                      1037 Hwy 54
                      Ohsweken, ON

The Fall Harvest Festival is an event which brings the community together, marking the end of the harvest season. For 2022, a Halloween aspects will be incorporated into the event. Local vendors will be on site with booths while harvest and Halloween games, crafts and other amusement activities take place throughout the park.

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SNGRDC would like to thank our Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Collaborators for making a meaningful and lasting difference in our Community.