City of Brantford, A Historical Study of the Applicability of Ontario Provincial Legislation.

This website is funded by the Restore the Haldimand Treaty Project and Mohawk Charitable Foundation.


Mission, Vision and Statement of Belief

This study is overseen by the Mohawk University within the Mohawk Domain, Mohawk University dedicated to observing the law by serving our residents and contributing to the advancement of knowledge. Our mission, therefore, is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of the golden rule and a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. All this we pursue for the greater maintenance of peace and the common benefit of the human community.

Vision Statement

The City of Brantford Legal Study is a study into the history that aims to bring out facts about the Applicability of Ontario Provincial Legislation and how the British and Canadian parliaments legislated on the Haldimand Tract, an acquired territory under operation of the Haldimand Documents.

Providing essential information and corrective policy debates to shape a better future for Grand River Country. To restore the Haldimand Treaty.

Belief Statement

We believe:

  1. Mohawk Nation of the Grand River and the Loyalist Mohawk Posterity are not a direct party to the Grand River Notification Agreement.
  2. Loyalist Mohawk Posterity and Mohawk Nation of Grand River rejects the Grand River Notification Agreement.
  3. The Haldimand Proclamation of 1784 is part of a formal treaty that set apart the Grand River Lands, as acquired territory for the exclusive enjoyment and benefit of the Loyalists Mohawk Posterity.
  4. Grand River Country was acquired under operation of a formal treaty and is extraterritorial to (outside) the Canadian Domain.
  5. The Haldimand Treaty and Haldimand Proclamation of 1784 was confirmed on December 21 1791 by the Canadian Government to uphold the honor of the crown, and the faith of the government was pledged to the Mohawk on the Grand River and Bay of Quinte.
  6. The whole structure of the Canadian government is liable to the faith pledged to the Mohawk, including the municipal bodies as creatures of the province.
  7. Anyone who takes the oath of allegiance is liable to the faith pledged to the Mohawk.
  8. The duty conferred by the oath to the Haldimand Treaty and Proclamation is active.
  9. Failure to observe a duty imposed by law and causes harm is criminal negligence.
  10. The Mohawk Nation and Loyalist Mohawk Posterity are named with greater certainty as true beneficiaries in the Haldimand documents (Pledge 1779, Proclamation 1784), and Six Nations are named as strangers, as such others.
  11. The Six Nations of the Grand River Territory aka Band Council, the City of Brantford, the Country of Brant et al. are false beneficiaries to the Mohawk of Grand River estate.
  12. The elected councilors that have taken up our treaty interest on lands that have been set apart from Canada by oath, and by pledge, then by tacit representation and intermeddling in our estate, are Trustee de son tort, for the benefit of the Mohawk Nation and Loyalist Mohawk Posterity under the Pledge of Faith in 1791.

Principal Investigator
City of Brantford Legal Study