MNN. Apr. 16, 2022. Update by thahoketoteh, MNN court reporter. The mohawk mothers were ready to proceed without lawyers with the case on April 14, 2022. For various reasons the court meeting has been postponed to May 30, 2022. The mothers continue to monitor the entire Royal Victoria Project while the case is in court. All proposed renovations continue to be challenged by the the kahnistensera, the caretakers of the unceded land in question. No work is being carried out at this time.
INDIGENOUS WOMEN LEAD FIGHT FOR LAND
On May 30 there will be a Calling of the Roll” and case management. Then the kahnistensera can present their case.
The Attorney General of Quebec has been notified that the case has crucial constitutional and public interest importance to both Canada and Quebec and has joined the case, i.e. indigenous lands and crimes against humanity regarding the unmarked graves. Defendant SQI has appointed new lawyers.
The rotiskenraketeh [men’s fire] will follow their duty and will carry out the women’s bidding as per the kaianerekowa.
As Billie Holiday sings about something that’s being delayed: “I’ll be seeing you in old familiar places, that this heart of mine embraces. I’ll see you in the morning sun and when the night is through. I’ll be looking at the moon and I’ll be seeing you” [on May 30].