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  • ’60s Scoop group educates survivors, pushes rejection of federal settlement

    ’60s Scoop group educates survivors, pushes rejection of federal settlement

    The Canadian Press  OTTAWA — Dozens of people gathered in an Ottawa community centre Monday to learn more about the federal government’s proposed multimillion-dollar settlement for survivors of the ’60s Scoop _ and why they should reject it. The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network arranged the information session to scrutinize the $800-million deal,

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  • Raven Swamp backs out two months before GON

    Raven Swamp backs out two months before GON

    Just two months before the Gathering of Nations, the largest Pow Wow in North America held in Santa Fe, NM, former title holder of Miss Indian World Raven Swamp of Kahnawake has stepped away from her duties to focus on her “health and well-being.” She announced her smoke dance special to be hosted at the

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  • Indigenous Injustices

    Indigenous Injustices

    By Doug Whitlow BA – The Canadian Government and visa-vie, the non-native Canadian public have a legal system which is inherently unjust towards indigenous people. This unjust legal system is not an accident of human nature or of political will. This unjust legal system is a by-product of the Canadian Indian Assimilation Project which had

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  • White Blanket

    White Blanket

    By Quin Staats – If there was one piece of advice that I had to share; ‘words to live by’ that, in my opinion, are tried, tested, and true—I would say the same thing every single time. A very simple but highly valuable piece of advice: “Go outside. Especially when you don’t feel like it”.

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  • Team Canada defender Brigette Lacquette wins Olympic silver medal

    Team Canada defender Brigette Lacquette wins Olympic silver medal

    SOUTH KOREA – Grown-up in the community of Cote First Nation in Mallard Manitoba, Team Canada defensemen, No.4, Brigette Lacquette, had a long and hard journey to reach the pinnacle of her game and become the first Native women’s player to play for Team Canada at the Olympics. Brigette became an Olympic silver medal winner

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  • Hag-Hawks over come by the Blues

    Hag-Hawks over come by the Blues

    HAGERSVILLE – The Hagersville Hawks were eliminated from the PJHL Jr. C playoffs but they did not go easy against the Dundas Blues. The Blues finished the regular season schedule nine points ahead of Hagersville going into the playoffs. Saturday night in Hagersville, the best-of-seven series ended with Dundas taking a 3-0 Game 6, and

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  • Six Nations excitement for “the Razor” debut building

    Six Nations excitement for “the Razor” debut building

    BRANTFORD – Proud Six Nations boxing fans will get a chance to watch Karl “the Razor” Hess in his professional boxing debut at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga, March 17th, St. Patricks Day. Since turning pro earlier this year, Hess has been working harder than ever as he gets ready for his first professional bout,

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  • Rochester Rips rush in memorable win

    Rochester Rips rush in memorable win

    Submitted article NLL – The Rochester Knighthawks shut down the first-place Saskatchewan Rush, 16-11, at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. The win marked the first time the Knighthawks have beaten the Rush since the 2012 Champion’s Cup game and snapped a six-game road winning streak for Saskatchewan. “It was a long

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  • NLL lacrosse weekly report

    NLL lacrosse weekly report

    With six wins and three losses so far in the NLL schedule last season’s bottom dwellers, the Buffalo Bandits find themselves in first place in the East with six wins and three losses. Meanwhile, the Rochester Knighthawks are still in last place so far this season with a record of four wins and six losses

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  • First Elementary Snow Snake Tournament in three years

    First Elementary Snow Snake Tournament in three years

    First Elementary Snow Snake Tournament in three years By Chezney Martin SIX NATIONS – Elementary Schools from Six Nations came together to participate in the day-long feat of playing snow snake on Tuesday, February 13, after the game was put on hold for three seasons. Dave Sowden, a Gr. 7 teacher from Oliver. M. Smith

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