"This is an important day for the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory," says William K. Montour, Elected Council Chief, Six Nations.
Then Chief William k. Montour from that day … Chief Montour pointed out how vital this water treatment plant will be.
"In today's world, we seem to forget the importance of the value of water in everyday lives," he
"This plant will give Six Nations
people an adequate source of safe water."
This plant will open up further possibilities as Chief Montour explains.
"The water plant represents an unleashing of Six Nations
ability to provide housing, commercial development and institutional development that were, for the past 10 years, stymied by a lack of potable water," he
In 1987/88, the water plant was drawing in water out of the Mackenzie Creek and a mud hole, stated (former Chief) Bill Montour
gave credit to Chiefs who went through many years of ensuring good drinking water for the community.