Last August, Canadian-born rock-n-roll legend Neil Young along with actress Darryl Hannah hit the road in Young’s ethanol-fueled ’59 Lincoln.
OHSWEKEN — The Six Nations Midgets under the direction of head coach Terry “Bean” Smith and assistant coach Jerry Staats, won their sixth straight start at the Gaylord Powless Arena Saturday by defeating the visiting Burford squad 3-1.
OHSWEKEN – Six Nations’ own Jesse Smith, who has made a name for himself in the world of professional golf, spent the day with students at Emily C. General Elementary School. He was recently honoured by the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation for his contribution to sports.
MORAVIANTOWN –What would it be like to be cast back in time to the 1700’s; living off the land in a Delaware village? This is a question both Onhkwenhonh:we and non-Native people alike could ask themselves with equal curiosity.
CALEDONIA — The Buffalo Regales were the healing salve the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs needed after suffering their first two losses of the season. The Corvairs had back to back losses at the hands of the Welland Canadians Saturday, Nov. 30, and again this past Friday night with an OT loss in St. Catherines.
DUNDAS — The Brantford Blast have proven themselves human after all when they were beaten by their 403 rivals, the Dundas Real McCoys, 4-3 in Dundas, Friday night.
TORONTO – Last week, in Toronto, one of Canada’s largest and most powerful trade unions showed its support for First Nations rights in their struggle against intrusion of big oil interests on their traditional lands.
Exclusive to the Two Row Times – part 1 of a 2 part special series on the Three Feathers Casino case in the Akwesasne Kanienkehaka Territory.
BUFFALO – In 1613 our Haudenausaunee ancestors set in motion a relationship with the Dutch. Today this relationship is known as the Two Row Wampum Treaty.
It has been brought to my attention that our wonderful readers are not all from my rez and may be unfamiliar with my vernacular.
Last month the Globe and Mail reported the launch of an organization called ‘Teach for Canada’ whose aim was to recruit new university grads to “fix Canada’s education gaps”.
It saddens me to hear that a great man like Nelson Mandela has departed from this lifetime. He was a man who was truly inspirational and showed us the possibilities of how a continued struggle by indigenous people could manifest itself in levels of freedom that have been marred by centuries of oppression.
My way of life as an Anishnawbek, is not evil or bad, it is not witchcraft or satanic, it is merely misunderstood.