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22 people charged in connection with Caledonia land dispute, OPP say

22 people charged in connection with Caledonia land dispute, OPP say
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CALEDONIA—Provincial police say they’ve charged 22 people in relation to an ongoing land dispute in southwestern Ontario.

Officers have been charging those at the camp at McKenzie Meadows, the housing development at the centre of the dispute, since Aug. 5.

They say the 22 individuals arrested have all been released and are expected to appear in court in Cayuga at a later date.

Among those charged are members of the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation and Tyendinaga First Nation, as well as residents from elsewhere the province.
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