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  • Stan Lee, the irreplaceable creative mind, leaves a legacy

    Stan Lee, the irreplaceable creative mind, leaves a legacy

    The co-creator of Spider-Man, the Avengers, X-Men, the Hulk and the Fantastic Four passed away on Monday morning. Within his 95 years, Lee became the most famous comic book creator in the history of comic books as a writer and editor for Marvel Comics. His career began in 1941 at the age of 17, when

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  • Rock your Mocs this month!

    Rock your Mocs this month!

    As part of Native American Heritage Month, the nationwide initiative inviting indigenous people to wear their traditional footwear with pride has again taken hold from November 12 until November 17. Indigenous people are encouraged to wear their footwear to work, to school and anywhere that they can to show pride in themselves and the artwork

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  • Activists laud Native American women’s election to US House (US-Election-2018-Congres)

    Activists laud Native American women’s election to US House (US-Election-2018-Congres)

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. _ As a girl, Debra Haaland remembers joining her grandmother as she chopped wood and fetched water for her home in tiny Mesita, a Native American community situated in New Mexico’s high desert. Haaland, an enrolled Laguna Pueblo member, is certain it was these early experiences and the example of her grandmother’s work

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  • ‘Huge milestone:’ Ceremony marks land deal for Lubicon Lake First Nation

    ‘Huge milestone:’ Ceremony marks land deal for Lubicon Lake First Nation

    LITTLE BUFFALO, Alta. _ Their story of poverty and neglect went from northern Alberta to the world and on Tuesday decades of determination paid off when the Lubicon Lake Cree signed a long-awaited treaty with Canada. Band member Denise Ominayak could hardly believe it. “I’m excited, I’m happy, but I’m still asking myself, ‘Is this

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  • Amnesty calls for accountability on coerced sterilization of Indigenous women

    Amnesty calls for accountability on coerced sterilization of Indigenous women

    OTTAWA _ The federal government needs to appoint a special representative to hear from Indigenous women coerced into being sterilized to learn what justice would look like for the survivors, says Amnesty International Canada. The human-rights organization, which plans to take the issue to the United Nations Committee Against Torture this month, insists there must

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  • Lawyer: Trump exceeded power by reversing Obama drilling ban (US-Trump-Offshore-Drilli)

    Lawyer: Trump exceeded power by reversing Obama drilling ban (US-Trump-Offshore-Drilli)

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska _ President Donald Trump exceeded his power when he signed an executive order reversing a ban on offshore drilling in vast parts of the Arctic Ocean and dozens of underwater canyons in the Atlantic Ocean, an attorney argued in federal court on Friday. Erik Grafe, an Alaska-based attorney for the environmental group Earthjustice,

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  • Tsilhqot’in and Ottawa to sign financial deal as part of new relationship: chief (Indigenous-Finance)

    Tsilhqot’in and Ottawa to sign financial deal as part of new relationship: chief (Indigenous-Finance)

    WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. _ The leader of Canada’s first Indigenous group to win title to its territory says an updated agreement it’s negotiating with the federal government is part of a new model of relations between Ottawa and First Nations. Chief Joe Alphonse, tribal council chairman for the Tsilhqot’in National Government, said the agreement is

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  • Hagersville Hawks given the Blues with 5-2 loss

    Hagersville Hawks given the Blues with 5-2 loss

    HAGERSVILLE — What a turn around season it has been for the Jr. C Hagersville Hawks. After tripping over the starting line early, the Hawks have since crafted a solid hockey club that is rising to the top of the South Bloomfield Division with methodical purpose. Saturday night, the Hamilton Huskies Jr. Blues left the Hagersville Arena,

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  • Lola Williams, a chip of the block

    Lola Williams, a chip of the block

    Niagara Falls NY — Yet another Six Nations boxer is beginning to turn heads. Lola Williams, daughter of Six Nations’ amateur boxer Skyler Williams  won an unanimous decision over and bigger opponent who outweighed Williams by 10 lbs. in Niagara Falls New York. But Williams’ great attitude and fast gloves earned her a unanimous decision.

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  • Why not a career in trucking

    Why not a career in trucking

    SIX NATIONS — Ever thought of a career in trucking? There are jobs waiting for anyone who loves the road, and especially now when major department stores and mom and pop shops are beginning to sell their products  on-line these days. Someone has to transport these goods, fast and directly. A well tuned transportation system

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