The magical habitat of Chiefswood Park

As the ancient waters of the Grand River whispered past Chiefswood Park on a warm and sunny spring afternoon last Thursday, the grasses, plants, and…

Language commission asks for community input

The Six Nations Language Commission is asking the community for input on what it would like to see more of from the organization. A booth…

Partnership announced in $12 million Six Nations fibre optic project

Fibre optic internet is coming closer to being a reality on Six Nations after First Nations Cable announced a partnership with major players in the…

Apples weren’t always big, juicy and sweet _ ancient ones were small and bitter

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Bread and Cheese brings back old friends and traditions

For the first time since the pandemic was declared in 2020, Six Nations was back together again in one of the largest and most beloved…

Residential school survivors didn’t want to ‘wear’ decision to raise flag: documents

OTTAWA — Documents show some residential school survivors told Ottawa they didn’t want to “wear” a decision to raise the Canadian flag, as the government…

‘They have a right to be angry’: Trudeau says residential school legacy ongoing

VANCOUVER — It’s been a difficult year for many since the discovery of unmarked graves at residential schools and those expressing anger are justified in…

‘They have a right to be angry’: Trudeau says residential school legacy ongoing

VANCOUVER — It’s been a difficult year for many since the discovery of unmarked graves at residential schools and those expressing anger are justified in…

Defence says man had no choice but to shoot hunters in Alberta roadside confrontation

EDMONTON — A lawyer representing an Alberta man accused of killing two Metis hunters says his client had no choice but to shoot the men…

‘Horrifically, grisly scene’: Remains of woman found near Winnipeg apartment block

WINNIPEG — The name Rebecca Contois reverberated down a back lane Thursday night, days after her partial remains were found there. Dozens of people raised…

Native American student told to remove feather at graduation

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (AP) — A Native American student was forced to remove an eagle feather prior to her high school graduation ceremony in northeastern…

After N.B. police killing of Indigenous woman, chiefs demand systemic racism inquiry

FREDERICTON — The results of the recent coroner’s inquest into the police killing of an Indigenous woman in New Brunswick demonstrate the urgent need for…

Indigenous owned resort in B.C.’s Shuswap region damaged in fire but band to rebuild

CHASE, B.C. — Fire has destroyed part of an Indigenous owned and operated lodge in the southern Interior but the Little Shuswap Lake Band says…

Unmarked graves discovery transformed Kamloops B.C., First Nation: Governor General

KAMLOOPS— The atrocities, the death, the loss and the silence of residential schools that Indigenous Peoples knew about for so long is finally known by…

Arrows just shy of opening win

SIX NATIONS —The Six Nations Junior A Arrows welcomed the St. Catharines Athletics to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Monday, May 24, for their season…