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The 2021 Tyendinaga Mohawk Council election will take place this Saturday.

Members of the Mohawks of Bay of Quinte are being encouraged to cast their ballot, to decide who will serve as chief and council for the next two years. © CKWS TV / Megan King Members of the Mohawks of Bay of Quinte are being encouraged to cast their ballot, to decide who will serve as chief and council for the next two years.

Members of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte are encouraged to cast their ballots to decide who will fill the roles of chief and council.

Incumbent Chief Don Maracle is running for re-election after serving as chief for 28 years, and as a council member for an additional 12 years.

"The community knows that I've always been very dedicated and will leave no stone unturned to achieve success," says Maracle. "I don't like a lot of rhetoric, I like results. And, you know, you can talk a good line, but at the end of the day, you're measured by what you accomplish. Not by what you say, but it's what you do and what the results are that benefit the people."

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Local business owner, Andrew Miracle, will run against Maracle for chief.

"Look, look around," says Miracle. "Look at what I've done, look at the things that I've created. I've created multi-million dollar businesses, and I can still continue to do that. I have friends that are multimillionaires that are willing to assist and willing to work with us. Let's let them work with us."

Both candidates say they want to prioritize long-term care homes, safe drinking water and job creation as platform points, but have different views on how to succeed.

Maracle says he would also like to focus efforts on affordable housing, post-secondary education funding and continuing the "good working relationships" that have been created with the federal and provincial governments.


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Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte members are heading to the polls this Saturday

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Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte members are heading to the polls this Saturday