TONAWANDA, N.Y. - The year’s first major Facebook challenge doesn’t involve diving undressed into a pile of snow or having a bucket of ice water poured over our heads — it involves a love of Rotinonhs...

OHSWEKEN – At first glance Doug Henhawk is kind of an intimidating looking guy, but have a conversation with him and it doesn’t take long to see that he’s not intimidating at all. “Usually people see...

SIX NATIONS – The first item on the agenda was a meeting requested by Justice Gethin Edwards, with delegates representing the Council. Edwards is known as the judge who, in 2014, ruled that he would n...

OHSWEKEN – The community should be proud of itself for the overwhelming generosity shown towards the Six Nations Community Food Bank during their holiday fundraising campaign. The “Helping Hands for t...

OHSWEKEN – Fran Henry sat a little bit taller on the benches at her Six Nations longhouse celebration this year when for the first time, she understood what was being said on her own. “As an Ogwehoweh...

BRANTFORD - The unearthing of an estimated 400,000 artifacts shed light on the long past history of Brantford, Ontario and Canada, as well as evidence of Haudenosaunee occupation long before the Haldi...

Participant update: Doug Henhawk

OHSWEKEN – At first glance Doug Henhawk is kind of an intimidating looking guy, but have a conversation with him and it doesn’t take long to see that he’s not intimidating at all.
“Usually people see me and think I’m threatening or something,” said Henhawk, a participant in the 12-week Healthy Roots challenge.

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Due diligence recommended when dealing with Walton

SIX NATIONS – Questions over a lack of due diligence on the part of Brant County
Council, Brantford Council and the Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) are beginning to emerge regarding land bankers Walton International, who are indirectly involved in the controversial land transfer between Brant and Brantford.

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Theft is wrong

In 1983 a young Onkwehon:we man was passing through Flamborough late at night when his car ran out of gas. This was back before cell phones existed, so Karl Staats knocked on the door of a nearby farmhouse with a gas can in hand looking for help. He never made it home that night.

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