SNGRDC PORTFOLIO

The Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) portfolio consists of three revenue streams.
Nation Enterprise
Economic Interests
Joint Venture

ECONOMIC INTERESTS

SNGRDC manages the economic interests of the Six Nations Community for a number of renewable energy projects surrounding the Six Nations territory.

Presently, SNGRDC’s green energy portfolio is capable of producing over 1000MW of clean energy through involvement in 18 solar or wind projects either directly (Equity Interests) or indirectly (Community Benefit Agreements).

GREEN ENERGY PORTFOLIO

Grand Renewable Wind is a partnership between Samsung Renewable Energy Inc., Pattern Energy, and the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Haldimand County
SNGRDC Ownership: 10% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 149 MW
Number of Turbines: 67
Commercial Operation Date (COD): December 2014
Post-Secondary Contribution: $400,000 over 20 years ($20,000 per year)
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Grand Renewable Solar is a partnership between Samsung Renewable Energy Inc., Connor, Clark & Lunn, and the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Haldimand County
SNGRDC Ownership: 10% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 100 MW
Number of Solar Arrays:      440,000 Canadian Solar CS6X high-performance PV modules
Commercial Operation Date (COD): March 2015
 
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Niagara Regional Wind Farm is a partnership between Boralex Inc., Enercon Canada Inc. and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Niagara Region & Haldimand County
SNGRDC Ownership: 50% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 230 MW
Number of Turbines: 77
Commercial Operation Date (COD):  Nov 2016
Post-Secondary Contribution: $400,000 over 20 years ($20,000 per year)
For More Information Visit:
Niagara Regional Wind Farm – SN Future
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BGI Roof-Top Solar is a partnership between Brant Renewable Energy, County of Brant and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Brant County
SNGRDC Ownership: 10% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 250 KW or 0.25MW
Number of Solar Arrays: 1152 x 260 W panels
Commercial Operation Date (COD): March 2015
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OBP Roof-Top Solar is a partnership between Brant Renewable Energy, County of Brant and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Six Nations of the Grand River
SNGRDC Ownership: 90% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 500 KW or 0.5 MW
Number of Solar Arrays: 2304 x 260 W panels
Commercial Operation Date (COD): September 2015
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Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm is a partnership between Prowind and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Oxford County
SNGRDC Ownership: 10% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 18 MW
Number of Turbines: 10
Commercial Operation Date (COD): September 2016
Post-Secondary Contribution: $80,000 over 20 years ($4,000 per year)
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Nanticoke Solar is a partnership between Ontario Power Generation, Mississauga’s of the Credit First Nation and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Haldimand County
SNGRDC Ownership: 15% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 44 MW
Commercial Operation Date (COD): March 2019
For More Information Visit:
Nanticoke Solar LP – SN Future
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Niagara Reinforcement Line (NRL) is a partnership between Ontario Ministry of Energy (ENERGY) and Hydro One, and the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.

Location: Haldimand County
SNGRDC Ownership: 25% Equity Ownership
Project Capacity: 230 KV
Length of Reinforcement Line: 76 KM Double Circuit
Commercial Operation Date (COD): December 2014
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NATION ENTERPRISE

Nation Enterprises includes all on-reserve assets and departments managed by the SNGRDC. These assets are leased from Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) through a Management Agreement.

ONEIDA BUSINESS PARKThe 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. 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: Property Manager
Phone: 519-753-1950
Email: [email protected]
Address: 50 Generations Drive, Ohsweken, ON (just off of Fourth line Rd and Hwy 6)

PROPERTY MANAGEMENTProperty 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: Property Manager
Phone: 519-753-1950
Email: [email protected]

SIX NATIONS 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. 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)
Email: [email protected]
Visit us Online: www.sixnationsbingo.ca

SIX NATIONS 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.

For More Information:
Contact: [email protected]
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)

GATHERING PLACE BY THE GRANDA stunning and elegant event and conference centre located in Six Nations, the Gathering Place by the Grand offers something for everyone. Featuring three meeting spaces, outdoor lounge area, elegant lobby, and spacious event hall with the largest stage in Six Nations, the Gathering Place is the perfect setting for your next event.

For More Information:
Contact: Event Planner [email protected] 
Phone: 226-446-9900
Visit us online: www.gatheringplacebythegrand.ca
Visit us in person: 2593 Chiefswood Road, Ohsweken ON

CHIEFSWOOD PARKChiefswood Park provides a unique getaway experience that teaches visitors about authentic Haudenosaunee culture while pampering guests with simple luxuries.

The park is situated on 20 acres of land located on Highway 54 alongside the beautiful Grand River (a designed Heritage River in Ontario). The park is adjacent to the Chiefswood National Historic Site and consists of two distinct sections: Top Section – which features a large outdoor venue space, public washrooms, and 15 log cabin units. Riverside Section – which features docking facilities, canoe and kayak rentals, a large open venue space, and a large forested area;

For More Information:
Contact: Chiefswood Park Manager [email protected] 
Phone: 519-758-5444
Visit us online: www.chiefswoodpark.ca
Visit us in person: 1037 Brant Highway 54, Ohsweken, ON

CHIEFSWOOD NHSChiefswood 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: Chiefswood Coordinator [email protected]
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 CHAPELH.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. Mohawk Chapel is considered a Chapel of Ease and runs three services a year including Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. It remains in use as a church for worship, special occasions, and for important rites of passage.

Mohawk Chapel is open seasonally from May (Victoria Day Long Weekend) to October (Thanksgiving Weekend) from Tuesday- Sunday 10am-3pm. Tours are available during the closed season, by appointment only.

For More Information:
Contact: Mohawk Chapel Coordinator [email protected]
Phone: 519-756-0240
Visit us online: www.mohawkchapel.ca
Visit us in person: 301 Mohawk St. Brantford, ON

JOINT VENTURE PARTNERSHIPS

AECON-SIX NATIONS (A6N)

a6n-logoA6N is a Joint Venture between Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (51% ownership) and Aecon Group Inc. (49% ownership). The company performs utility related work in southwestern Ontario, specifically within the Haldimand Tract; an area of historical significance to the people of Six Nations. A6N currently provides employment to 85 First Nations workers.

Services include: right-of-way clearing, restoration, meter hazard avoidance program, out-of-date meter replacement program, hydro vacuuming, trenching, excavation, directional drilling, restoration of hard and soft surfaces, brush & tree clearing and traffic control.

A6N was awarded the 2018 Ontario Energy Association (OEA) Company Award, which recognizes and rewards companies acknowledged as outstanding leaders by their peers within the Ontario energy industry.

For More Information:
Phone: 519-282-5887

Website: www.a6n.ca

Email: [email protected]

Location: 2017 Fourth Line Rd. Ohsweken, ON

Mailing Address: P.O Box. 450 Ohsweken, ON N0A1M0