On Monday afternoon Six Nations protesters moved their demonstration and blockade from Argyle Street South in Caledonia to Highway 6 and Sixth Line in Caledonia.
At approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, OPP responded to reports that a group of individuals were blocking Highway 6.
Police say in the interest of public safety, OPP have closed Highway 6 between Argyle Street North and Greens Road, and Sixth Line between Argyle Street South and Oneida Road.
Detour traffic routes are being put in place for Highway 6 traffic.
On Monday afternoon, Kanonhstaton Six Nations released a statement about the relocation.
"We the people of Kanonhstaton have successfully removed the barricade on Argyle Street in an effort to unify the people of Six Nations and relieve pressure on our people and the residents of Caledonia."
"We have also erected a barricade on Highway 6 bypass in an effort to apply pressure on Canada to return to the negotiation table in accordance with the silver covenant chain and two row wampum. We will continue to occupy the road and call on all of our brothers and sisters for support."
Members of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy blocked Argyle Street in Caledonia Aug 10.
The protestors are dissatisfied with actions taken by the province to turn over former Burtch Correctional Facility land to the Six Nations band council rather than the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the traditional government, activist Doreen Silversmith said in an earlier CBC interview.
The Six Nations group has listed several demands, most aimed at the Ontario government, but one directed at the Six Nations elected band council.
"With that action, Ontario has committed fraud, lied to us, to our people. Ontario is going to be 100 per cent responsible for any actions resulting from their lies," Silversmith said.
"Ontario's actions bring much dishonour to the Crown and it's in violation of the Two Row Wampum, the Silver Covenant Chain, and the William Claus Wampum."
According to police, Argyle Street South is now open to traffic.