Jim Windle, Author at Two Row Times
  • Levi General "Deskaheh" spent himself defending Six Nations rights on the international stage in the early 20th century. Submitted photo

    How England and Canada worked against Six Nations

    SIX NATIONS – In Part No. 2 of our series, “The Remarkable Life and Times of Deskaheh” we take a closer look at Cayuga Chief Levi “Deskaheh” General. We trace correspondence through documents housed in the Archives of Canada, as well as personal letters to and from the Chief...
  • The Arena Lacrosse League, in its inaugural year is attracting lacrosse fans and the attention of the lacrosse world. This past weekend the Six Nations Snipers (in red) lost to the visiting Oshawa Outlaws at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. Photo by Jim Windle

    Six Nations Snipers drop one to Outlaws

    SIX NATIONS –The Six Nations Snipers and the Oshawa Outlaws are tied after last weekend’s Arena Lacrosse League schedule. The Snipers and Outlaws went nose-to-nose Saturday at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) at Six Nations in a game that may be much more important that either team knows as the new...
  • The 2016 to 2017 Six Nations Bush League Champions are the Millpond Monsters who defeated the Six Nations Spirits in four straight games. The Monsters are, in no particular order: Andrew Davis, Ian Martin, Mitch Green, Keelan Green, Oakley Thomas, Branden Hill, Quinn Powless, Tim Johnson, Jesse Johnson, John Monture, Wenster Green, and Brier Jonathan. Photo by Jim Windle

    Mill Pond Monsters win Bush League Championship

    OHSWEKEN – It was the climax of the 2016 to 2017 Six Nations Men’s Hockey, A.K.A. Bush League, season Saturday with the Six Nations Spirits and the Mill Pond Monsters. The Sprits were down three games to none and had their backs against the wall. They needed a win to stay...
  • Fierce rivals, the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs and the St. Catharines Jr. B Falcons will begin the Conference playoffs Thursday night, March, 29 at the Haldimand Centre Arena in Caledonia at 7:30 p.m.  Photo by Jim Windle.

    Corvairs and Falcons poised for conference playoffs

    CALEDONIA – After coming off a first round “bye”, the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs found themselves waiting again after eliminating the Ancaster Avalanche in four straight games. St. Catharines Falcons took six games to eliminate the Niagara Falls Canucks in the other divisional round and will open the Conference Championship...
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    The remarkable life and times of Deskaheh

    SIX NATIONS – In 1917, Levi General became hereditary chief of the Cayuga with the title “Deskaheh”, meaning “more than eleven”. He worked as a lumberjack, and a farmer. George P. Decker was a New York lawyer who, at an early age became fascinated with the Iroquois and its laws...
  • Six Nations Snipers’ sniper Layne Smith leads the Arena Lacrosse League with 27 goals in 12 games so far this ALL season.  Photo by Jim Windle

    Arena Lacrosse League wrap up

    SIX NATIONS – Powered by nine point performances by Quinn Powless and Luke Laszkiewicz, the Six Nations Snipers returned from Peterborough with a 18-7 win over the Timbermen, Sunday afternoon. It was an “early to bed, early to rise” situation for the Snipers following their 12-11 overtime win Saturday night at the...
  • Brandon Montour is making himself at home for himself with the Anaheim Ducks these days. He assisted on Anaheim’s first goal against Buffalo Friday and followed that with a shoot-out goal, his second goals since moving up from the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League. Photo by Getty Images.

    Montour adds second goal of his NHL career

    ANAHEIM – The Anaheim Ducks are four points out of first place in the division after weekend wins over Buffalo and San Jose. The Ducks took a point in Friday night’s shootout loss to the Sabres, a game in which Six Nations Brandon Montour assisted on one and scored on the...
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    Enbridge seeking injunction against HDI employees

    HAMILTON – The past and the present have clashed again as two Six Nations, men who are affiliated with the Haudenosaunee Development Institute (HDI), have challenged their right for hunting and fishing on Haudenosaunee land, as outlined by the Nanfan Treaty of 1701. To exercise their treaty rights, Wayne...
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    HCCC has hired lawyers before

    SIX NATIONS ­– In a recent response to questions regarding his work here at Six Nations, HDI lawyer Aaron Detlor stated that he does not, in fact, work for the HCCC at all, but rather the Haudenosaunee Development Instituted, which answers to the HCCC. Sounds like lawyer-speak, but he...
  • County of Brant Mayor Ron Eddy and new Six Nations elected Chief Ava Hill have a casual conversation in front of a copy of the Haldimand Deed before a joint councils meeting between Six Nations and Brant councils a few years ago. Photo by Jim Windle

    Johnson Settlement is still Six Nations land

      BRANTFORD – How did the Johnson Settlement Tract get into the hands of Brantford? That is a question that was not talked about much when Brant and Brantford were wrestling over boundary adjustments that include a large portion of the Johnson Settlement lands. Of all the land claims...
  • Six Nations Snipers' Wayne VanEvery fights for some open space in Saturday's ALL matchup with the Peterborough Timbermen. The Snipers ride atop the Arena Lacrosse League standings, four points ahead of the Oshawa Outlaws after this week’s ALL games. The Snipers defeated the Peterborough Timbermen 13-7 at the ILA.  This coming Sunday at 1 p.m. the Snipers get another shot at the Timbermen at the ILA. Photo by Jim Windle

    Snipers getting stronger every day

    SIX NATIONS ­– The Peterborough Timbermen have been finding some recent success after a dismal start to the inaugural Arena Lacrosse League schedule, but not Saturday afternoon at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena against the league leading Six Nations Snipers who turned them away 13-7. Tom Montour surprised the Timbermen 32 seconds...
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    Brandon Montour and the Anaheim Ducks

    ANAHEIM – Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf recall the euphoria of hoisting the Stanley Cup almost 10 years ago when both were young newbies with the Anaheim Ducks. Fast forward to this past weekend when both veterans played important roles in the Ducks’ 5-2 win over the mighty Washington Capitals. Perry had two...
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