Your gifts as medicine: Community Wellness Series

“Of course it’s hard. It’s supposed to be hard. The hard is what makes it great.” That famous phrase, uttered by the inimitable Jimmy Dugan…

Retail cannabis license applications coming April 7

Applications for permits to sell retail cannabis on Six Nations will be available April 7. The applications come as the Six Nations Cannabis Commission and…

Autism Awareness Month: Meet Brady Elsliger

My adopted son was six years old when he first came into my life. He said the same three phrases over and over again. He…

Six Nations Council ready to sign MOU on 9.2 million Internet project

Construction on a $9.2 million fibre internet project is expected to begin as soon as Six Nations of the Grand River elected council signs an…

Musician offers hope for those dealing with addiction

Live concerts have taken a back seat during the Covid-19 pandemic for just over a year now, but Six Nations community members got treated to…

Six Nations farmers looking to build resource centre and grocery store

The Six Nations Farmers Association is looking to build a $5.6 million agricultural resource centre and supermarket on the territory, filling a long-time void for…

Six Nations Covid vaccine clinic in full swing

Six Nations’ Covid-19 vaccine rollout is in full swing after receiving a large shipment of doses last Friday. By the end of the week, about…

Six Nations Covid death toll reaches five, as cases skyrocket

Six Nations of the Grand River elected council is pleading with the community to follow public health guidance to curb the spread of Covid-19 in…

Covid vaccine clinics roll out on Six Nations and MCFN

More than three months after the first Covid-19 vaccine was approved by Health Canada, hundreds of Six Nations and Mississaugas of the Credit members participated…

Community gets condensed refresher on Great Law

Every time people listen to an elder describe the Great Law, they say they learn something new. What normally takes about 11 days was briefly…

Positive Covid cases hit record levels on Six Nations

Six Nations Public Health Services is sounding the alarm and begging people to stay home as the community grapples with a record 116 active cases…

Six Nations language commission needs permanent funding

The Six Nations Language Commission will be able to finish out the academic year, thanks to $200,000 in emergency funding from Six Nations of the…

Six Nations library has to wait for funding

The Six Nations Public Library walked away from elected council’s general finance meeting Monday not knowing when its budget for the upcoming fiscal year will…

Akwesasne fundraising for new birthing centre

Akwesasne has begun fundraising for a long-awaited and much-needed birthing centre on the territory. Like many other issues, Covid has brought to light the need…

Over half polled oppose Arrowdale sale

Over half the Brantford residents polled in a recent survey oppose the controversial sale of Arrowdale Golf Course. The Friends of Arrowdale, a citizen’s group…