UPDATED: Nov 2, 2022 9:22 a.m. By Lynda Powless Editor The Mississaugas of Credit First Nation (MCFN) are seeking intervenor status in Six Nations massive trillion dollar law suit that could push the case further back into 2024. Six Nations lands director Lonny Bomberry said the neigbouring First Nation served Six Nations lawyers last Thursday. Calling it a “bogus claim” he said “they are all coming out of the woodwork when its coming close to payday. Everyone is coming out of the woodwork to try to claim.” He said not only is MCFN trying to jump on board, but they are also doing so with some of Six Nations case materials. He said, “Ontario is desperate.” He said “Ontario released some of our expert reports to them, without our consent.
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