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    17th annual Grand Fete du Vin and Auction a success

    By Sandra L. Anderson BRANTFORD – The 17th Annual Grand Fete Du Vin, the largest fundraiser of the year for the Grand River Chorus took place on February 11 and was a great success. Gerry McDougald was the grand winner of the night, taking home the grand prize certificate...
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    Home and Native Land

    By Elizabeth Doxtater The media (even some native media) describe us as ‘Native Canadian’ or ‘Canadian First Nations’. We are neither. This Canadian adjective can cause confusion, but can be explained using treaties. Treaties can only be made between nations. Native vs. Canadian disagreements are not ‘domestic’, rather, they...
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    True colours begin to shine through for Justin’s government

    By Thohahoken Last week, Justin Trudeau’s government tried to stop Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba from issuing a ruling promised for February 15, 2017 on the liability of Canada for Ontario Indigenous children’s loss of cultural identity during the Sixties Scoop. The Sixties Scoop era from 1965 to1984...
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    Knighthawks downed by Rush

    Despite playing their best half of lacrosse of the season, the Rochester Knighthawks fell 21-12 to the Saskatchewan Rush Saturday night at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. Rochester was led offensively by Josh Currier who had a career-high four goals, including three in the first half as...
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    Woodland Cultural Centre Executive Director accepts position with Six Nations Development Corporation

    Janis Monture will steer WCC leadership transition during next several weeks BRANTFORD – After 14 years of leading Brantford’s Woodland Cultural Centre (WWC), Executive Director Janis Monture has announced her upcoming resignation, effective March 5, 2017. Monture, who has led the centre through transition and countless First Nations-focused artistic...
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    Garlow Print and Copy: old school methods for the new age

    By Victor Martisius SIX NATIONS – Garlow Print and Copy may seem like just another print shop but there is one distinction that may be overlooked. Andrew “Gump” Garlow, owner of Garlow Print and Copy, offers Six Nations their very own print shop that is owned and operated by...
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    Book review: Dr. Oronhyatekha: Security, Justice and Equality

    Review by Jim Ward Oronhyatekha was a key and controversial aboriginal figure in 19th Century Canada. He was connected with important people both in the aboriginal and non-aboriginal worlds. He was born in 1841 on the Six Nations Reserve, a time before there was such an entity as the...
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    Let each nation be responsible for its own members

    At the beginning of the Revolutionary War the Iroquois tried to remain neutral but it did not take them long to realize that neither the English or the Americans intended to leave their country out of the war. At a great council at Onondaga, the Capital of the Six...
  • Veteran goaltender Matt Vinc was nothing short of spectacular in the Rochester Knighthawks’ 9-8 win over the Toronto Rock at the ACC. The game also marked the return of Cody Jamieson to the Rochester lineup after rehab for a torn ACL he sustained last season. Photo by Ward LaForme.

    Vinc and Jamieson spark Knighthawk’s road win

    By Craig Rybczynski/Jim Windle ROCHESTER – The Rochester Knighthawks used a 49-save performance by Matt Vinc and the emotional lift of the return of Cody Jamieson to defeat the Toronto Rock 9-8 Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre. Vinc was outstanding on a night that included his 6,000th career save....
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    Not our creed, but it’ll do

    By Victor Martisius It’s clear that Indigenous Culture is starting to become more recognized across the globe than it has ever been since colonization. Many things have happened to bring awareness of not only our culture but the struggles and injustices that we as a people have been enduring...
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    Pottery makers potting seeds of culture

    By Victor Martisius Culture, family and passion are the driving forces behind Cindy Henhawk and her partner in pottery Judi Henhawk Sault’s business, Anthony Pottery. “I don’t just love it, it’s a part of me. It’s me.” said Cindy, the owner and founder of Santhony Pottery. Santhony Pottery of...
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    The re-internment of Brant’s remains

    By Elizabeth Field The following is an account of the re-interment of the remains of Captain Joseph Brant and his son John Brant at the Mohawk Chapel in 1850. The remains of the immortal Brant, whose mighty arm had been so frequently uplifted with unequalled success in defence of...
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