New build in Ohsweken puts small dent in housing crisis

There are over 400 people waiting for housing on Six Nations but a new build sponsored by Habitat for Humanity Hamilton is helping to put…

Judge to decide sentencing for two Haudenosaunee men at Land Back Lane

Skyler Williams and Darryl Porter will be in court next week to hear a judge’s decision on sentencing for mischief and other charges related to…

Deadline approaching for intervenors in Six Nations’ mammoth land claim case

Any groups wishing to participate in Six Nations’ litigation against the Crown in its monumental land claims case dating back to 1995, when it was…

Former Elected Chief being remembered as visionary and mentor

Condolences are pouring in from around the country and at home as former Elected Chief William (Bill) Montour is laid to rest this week. One…

Former MCFN judge named to Order of Canada

Trailblazing judge Harry LaForme is now the third person from the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation to be named to the Order of Canada.…

Board wants to bring Haudenosaunee history to light in aspiring Niagara Geopark

A group aspiring to bring the first geopark to Ontario is hoping the designation will help shine a light on Haudenosaunee history in the area.…

ISC wants to transfer housing control to First Nations

Indigenous Services Canada wants to transfer control of housing programs to First Nations. Chris Hoyos, director of policy and communication at the Chiefs of Ontario,…

Six Nations Food Bank needs more funds for Christmas

The Six Nations Food Bank says it is grateful to have received a generous donation from a local business owner but they’re still in dire…

Total of $5 million in repairs to Six Nations roads needed within the next five years

A 2022 inspected of Six Nations bridges and culverts showed there are no urgent fixes needed but 12 of the structures will need to be…

Six Nations asking Enbridge for lower gas prices

Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council has agreed to enter talks with Enbridge over its line 10 expansions and as part of those…

Murder accessory charges dropped in triple homicide

The mother of one of the slain victims in a brutal triple homicide near Oneida Nation of the Thames is angry that accessory charges against…

Cannabis Commission says illegal products abound on reserve

The Six Nations Cannabis Commission said there are thousands of unregulated products being sold on the reserve. “I could give you a thousand pictures of…

Third trial begins in Jonathan Styres case

A third trial has begun against a Binbrook man accused of murdering Six Nations man Jonathan Styres during an attempted truck theft in 2016. Peter…

Six Nations Food Bank in desperate need of emergency help this holiday

Six Nations Food Bank usage has exploded during the past three years, with numbers increasing from about 50 people a week to about 300 visitors…

Six Nations gets pandemic recovery funding for tourism

Six Nations is getting $500,000 in funding to help the sector with its pandemic recover efforts. The announcement was made at The Gathering Place on…