The magical habitat of Chiefswood Park

As the ancient waters of the Grand River whispered past Chiefswood Park on a warm and sunny spring afternoon last Thursday, the grasses, plants, and…

Partnership announced in $12 million Six Nations fibre optic project

Fibre optic internet is coming closer to being a reality on Six Nations after First Nations Cable announced a partnership with major players in the…

Bread and Cheese brings back old friends and traditions

For the first time since the pandemic was declared in 2020, Six Nations was back together again in one of the largest and most beloved…

Six Nations people face higher rates of chronic illnesses

Why are Six Nations people facing more chronic illnesses than surrounding communities? That’s one of the questions a local epidemiologist is hoping to answer when…

MMIWG2S National Day of Action and Awareness honours loved ones

Six Nations came together to honour their loved ones during the MMIWG2S National Day of Action and Awareness at Veteran’s Park last Thursday. And guests…

Cooking show wraps filming on Six Nations

It is a show that will be sure to delight, with its colourful characters and spotlight on traditional Haudenosaunee foods, but viewers will have to…

Memories and lore from the old Grand River Ferry

Before the Chiefswood Bridge was built, Six Nations residents used to take a ferry to cross the Grand River. And, oh, the memories and sepia-tinged…

Bread and Cheese costs increase to $100k

Six Nations of the Grand River is spending almost twice the amount of previous years to hold annual Bread and Cheese celebrations on Victoria Day…

Three arrested for trafficking fentanyl, cocaine

SIX NATIONS — Police have arrested three people from Ohsweken for dealing fentanyl and cocaine. Richard Arthur Bomberry, 35; Yvonne Blair Rosemary Styres, 32; and…

Economic development implements living wage for employees

As the price of goods and services skyrocket and the cost of living becomes astronomically out of balance with the current minimum wage, Six Nations…

Six Nations letting down its women, says young Haudenosaunee woman

After an explosion of violent crime on the territory during the pandemic, and a recent, horrifying assault on a young Six Nations woman that left…

Mississaugas of the Credit left devastated after school vandalism

Members of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation are saddened after discovering LSK Elementary School was vandalized early Monday, leaving the school closed from…

Six Nations Polytechnic accreditation elevates education quality

Six Nations Polytechnic has another notch on its belt, this time, acquiring accreditation through the Indigenous Advanced Education and Skills Council (IAESC). In 2020, SNP…

First Nations cable one step closer to installing fibre optic Internet throughout territory

First Nations Cable could begin the installation of fibre optic cables throughout the territory by June. Jeff Thomas, president of First Nations Cable/Six Nations Internet,…

Uniting and healing through community garden

Food prices are soaring. The gas to get the food has soared in cost. The knowledge of how to grow the food, harvest it, and…