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    Open letter to the standing Rock Sioux

    On behalf of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, we wish to extend our support and stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North Dakota in their...
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    My thanks to Six Nations

    I was hired by CLAX in the fall of 2014 to be the marketing manager of the Ohsweken Demons. Now that the league has suspended operations, I will not...
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    History repeating itself

    Canada’s food guide has become a tool in the propaganda mill that is voiced here and abroad as to the benefits “Aboriginals” receive from Canada (The Dominion). In fact,...
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  • New Credit’s Cameron Sault is back with the Brantford Blast, but is taking more of a leadership role this year, as a Blast veteran. He and line-mate Chris Rebernik have been playing either together or against each other throughout their Minor-Pro careers and have a definite feel for where the other is going to be. Photo by Jim Windle

    Brantford Blast tuning up for Home Opener

    BRANTFORD – The 2016 to 2017 Brantford Blast have opened the new season on the road to fine tune the lines before their home opener at the Brantford and...
  • You would think he scored the Stanley Cup winning goal after the Caledonia Corvairs’ bench flooded onto the ice to congratulate Brandon Lindberg. It was a show of team solidarity after Lindberg’s return to the ice following taking time off to mourn the sudden death of his girlfriend. It was his first goal since the tragedy. Photo by Jim Windle


    SIX NATIONS – The Gaylord Powless Arena became “home” for the Six Nations owned Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs Jr. B’s, Saturday night and produced an exciting 5-4 win over the...
  • The Hagersville Hawks are standing safely in the middle of the division this early in the 2016 to 2017 season. They took an easy 6-1 win over the Dundas Blues Saturday night before losing a close one to the Port Dover Sailors 5-4, Sunday night. Photo by Jim Windle


    The Jr. C Hagersville Hawks are in a good place at this time of the season, in the middle of the Southern Conference standings with a record of 4...
  • The Six Nations LL Atom Blackhawks defeated the visiting Waterford squad, 7-5 at the Gaylord Powless Arena Saturday afternoon.  Josie Johnson, #6, cuts in on the Waterford net in Saturday’s 7-5 Six Nations Atom win at the GPA. Photo by Jim Windle

    Minor results

      This past Saturday afternoon produced some major, minor hockey action at the Gaylord Powless Arena, as the Six Nations Minor Hockey Association showed off some of its young...
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    Corvairs grad to play in Sweden

    Former Caledonia Corvair, Sarnia’s Corey Pawley, has signed a pro contract to play hockey in Sweden. Pawley will play for Brunflo IK, in the Norra group of Division One, the...
  • Six Nations’ Shaun General protects the blue line for the Hagersville Hawks and does it well. He is a solid, stay-at-home defencemen in his second year as a Hawk. Photo by Jim Windle

    Hagersville Hawks lose to division leaders

    HAGERSVILLE – There was only one game this past week for the Jr. C Hagersville Hawks. The Southern Conference leaders, the Grimsby Peach Kings, rolled into the Hagersville arena Saturday night...
  • Goalies #70, Stephen Harvey joins the Corvairs from Plenham but is originally from Nanaimo B.C., and #32 Daniel Chenard from the Halton Hills Hurricanes AAA Major Midgets and the Kitchener Rangers AAA Minor Midgets have been given the task of backstopping the three-time Sutherland Cup winning Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs. Photo by Jim Windle

    Corvairs earn six more points

    CALEDONIA – After last week’s games, the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs find themselves tied for first place with the surging Welland Canadians in GOJHL Jr. B hockey action. The Canadians...
  • Hagersville Hawks’ Shaun General breaks out of his own defensive zone in Saturday nights’ Jr. C game against the second place Port Dover Sailors. The Hawks won 7-1 Friday night after a 2-2 tie with the Dunnville Jr. Mudcats. Photo by Jim Windle

    Hagersville Hawks gaining ground

    HAGERSVILLE – The Jr. C Hagersville Hawks made up some ground between themselves and the second place Port Dover Sailors Saturday night in Hagersville by defeating the Sailors 7-1. The win...