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Jukasa News Update – Monday July 8, 2019


The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council, HDI and a slew of their supporters are being sued by Hydro One for an injunction for their part in an ongoing work stoppage on the Niagara Reinforcement Line.
Work halted on the power line in January with just two weeks left to completion after a group of men led by Colin Martin and Aaron Detlor delivered a Cease and Desist letter to workers onsite.
Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation held a public meeting to ask the HCCC to lift the cease and desist order.
The case is expected to be heard in Brantford Superior Court Monday afternoon.

A 20 year old Brantford man is facing sex assault charges against a youth after police say he pretended to be a teenage boy.
Brantford Police say Hanad Mahamed Said of Brantford met a 12-18 year old youth, offered them drugs and alcohol and initiated a sexual relationship.
He is now facing charges of sexual interference, sexual exploitation and sexual assault.
Police are continuing to investigate. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

A massive forest fire nearing the northern reserve community of Keewaywin in Ontario has forced residents to evacuate.
Just about 450 people were flown out surrounding city centres in the area to escape Red Lake Fire 23, now estimated to be about 582 square kilometres wide.
Council issued an emergency declaration and mandatory evacuations began on Wednesday last week.
227 of the reserves residents were flown to Sioux Lookout which has declared its own state of emergency to help with costs for assisting displaced evacuees not sure when they will be returning home, and what home will be left when they get there.

Toronto police say a 22-year-old man is facing charges after he allegedly recorded women in a changing room at a popular shopping mall in the city on Saturday.
Officers allege the man, who cannot be identified because of a publication ban, went into a clothing store at the Eaton Centre at about 4 p.m. and entered a unisex changing room.
They say one of the women noticed the device and notified both security and police.
Investigators say they found numerous video clips of unknown women on the man’s device.
The man has been charged with 10 counts of voyeurism.

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