• New homes, new neighbourhood at Six Nations

    New homes, new neighbourhood at Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Elected Council celebrated the completion of 5 townhouse units in a new residential area just off Fourth Line in Ohsweken. The site, now named Harold Road, will be home to five families making the three bedroom townhouses their new homes. SNEC says there are future plans to build an additional 10

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  • Elected Council declares Human Trafficking Awareness Day for Six Nations

    Elected Council declares Human Trafficking Awareness Day for Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Elected Council took steps to declare February 22, 2019 as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day at Six Nations of the Grand River. The motion to approve the declaration was passed at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting. The declaration says that during National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and throughout the remainder

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  • Six Nations celebrated as a safe community

    Six Nations celebrated as a safe community

    OHSWEKEN — Elected Chief Ava Hill and the Six Nations Elected Council were presented with a community safety award, celebrating Six Nations of the Grand River as a safe community. Aboriginal Insurance Services presented the council with a plaque to recognize Six Nations qualifying as a platinum level community for outstanding health and safety. Micheal

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  • HDI ordered to pay $15,500 in costs to plaintiffs in putative class action

    OHSWEKEN — A Hamilton judge has ordered the defendants to pay $15,500 in costs to Bill Monture and Wilf Davey in a putative class action that is now moving towards certification. Justice Lococo issued his decision on January 7, 2019 and ordered Haudenosaunee Development Institute, Hazel Hill, Brian Doolittle, Aaron Detlor, the HDI’s Ontario Corporation

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  • First Nations University president says he won’t seek another term

    First Nations University president says he won’t seek another term

    REGINA — The president of the First Nations University of Canada says he will not be seeking a second term and will step down when his current term ends in June. Loretta Pete, vice-chair of the university’s board of governors, says in a news release that Mark Dockstator was tasked five years ago with transforming

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