Six Nations chiefs are frowning on a $125 million offer from Ottawa to end the 15-month occupation of a former housing project because it does not include land in long standing claims other than a small piece of property in Brant County.

Mohawk Chief Allen MacNaughton, a Six Nations negotiator, also says a condition to end the occupation of Douglas Creek Estates is immaterial as far as he’s concerned.

“The Douglas Creek lands have been repatriated,” MacNaughton told reporters at the end of a meeting yesterday with negotiators from Ottawa and Queen’s Park. “That’s all I can say about that.”

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