Six Nations closer to high-speed Internet

The high-speed Internet of the future is at Six Nations’ doorstep. On Oct. 3, the first part of a long-awaited fibre optic installation project will…

Chedoke Creek dredging resumes without HCCC agreement in place

Clean-up work on the sewage-polluted Chedoke Creek is expected to resume today (Wednesday) almost a month after it was paused to consult with the Haudenosaunee…

Land Back Lane injunction back in court

An injunction against land defenders in Caledonia that was struck down by Ontario’s highest court last December is back in provincial court. Foxgate Developments, which…

MCFN issues notice regarding on-reserve cannabis sales

In a notice published to its website last week, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation said it does not sanction any businesses selling cannabis…

Mush Hole research reveals 97 students died during attendance

Researchers have discovered that 97 children died while attending the Mush Hole, almost double the number previously identified over a decade ago by the National…

Community complaints and traffic snarled after unsanctioned lantern festival

Six Nations Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying who was involved in organizing a large unsanctioned lantern festival on Six Nations over the…

MCFN powwow brings community back together

Faces and smiles were shining bright once again at the 34th annual Three Fires Homecoming Powwow at Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation last weekend.…

Meet the Candidates: Six Nations By-Election

Alaina Vanevery Alaina had run for seat on council in the 58th general election in 2019, bringing in 589 votes and coming in 10th place,…

Woodland Cultural Centre embarks on fundraising campaign for museum renovation

After securing funds to renovate the former Mohawk Institute residential school, the Woodland Cultural Centre now wants to embark on a campaign to raise funds…

Youth program helps kids learn and have fun

Half a dozen youth had a beautiful day frolicking on the grass at Chiefswood Park as they played traditional Haudenosaunee games on a perfect summer…

Nominees selected for council by-election

Four people are vying for the seat vacated by former elected councillor Wendy Johnson last month as the community gears up for the upcoming by-election…

Shocking video released showing police kicking Indigenous man

Warning: graphic language and content   A video showing a Hamilton police officer kicking an Indigenous man in the head has been made public, sparking…

Statistics on ground search at Mohawk Institute coming at end of August

The search for hidden graves at the former Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford continues, with some statistics expected to be released at the end…

Pump up your fitness with heat training

With the intense heat wave we’ve just endured in Southern Ontario, those brave enough to work out in the scorching heat this past week may…

Hamilton police accused of police brutality against Indigenous citizens

Members of Hamilton’s Indigenous community, along with allies, are calling for justice after an Indigenous man in his 30s was injured during an altercation with…