Credit: APTN National News |
29 June 2012 ~~
After years of negotiations, the Mohawk community of Kahnawake signed a deal with Kruger Energy.
The energy company plans to build 12 wind turbines in an area Kahnawake claims as its traditional territory.
The company will pay Kahnawake $20,000 a year for 20 years and it will set up an annual scholarship.
Kahnawake’s Grand Chief, however, says the deal highlights the recognition of Kahnawake’s right to the land.
APTN National News |
29 June 2012
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