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  • Back to school means drivers must take precautions on the road

    Back to school means drivers must take precautions on the road

    SIX NATIONS — As students return to the classroom this week, drivers everywhere are being urged to take extra precaution to watch out for little ones walking to and from school. In Ontario, officials estimate there are 800,000 children that travel to and from school by bus. Oftentimes those youth are energized and not paying

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  • “Nothing short of horrific”: 10 years in prison for man who raped step-daughter

    “Nothing short of horrific”: 10 years in prison for man who raped step-daughter

    Trigger Warning: explicit content concerning the sexual assault of a child BRANTFORD — A 53-year-old Six Nations man has been convicted of unspeakable sexual abuse against his step-daughter, now eight years old, over a two year span. Ontario Court judge Justice Colette Good called his crime, “nothing short of horrific.” The judge said details in this

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  • Ontario’s basic income pilot to end March 2019

    Ontario’s basic income pilot to end March 2019

    TORONTO — Thousands of people participating in Ontario’s basic income pilot will receive their last payment on March 31, 2019, the province says, but an anti-poverty activist says the six-month wind down will still hurt many who were depending on the program. After pulling the plug on the pilot last month, the Progressive Conservative government

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  • Trans Mountain pipeline ruling shakes central pillar of Trudeau agenda

    Trans Mountain pipeline ruling shakes central pillar of Trudeau agenda

    OTTAWA _ On Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau painstakingly explained to students in Kapuskasing, Ont., how the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is a central pillar of his government’s agenda. Less than 24 hours later, the Federal Court of Appeal quashed the government’s approval of the project, imperilling the pillar holding up Trudeau’s signature promise

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  • Opinion: Trudeau’s Proposed Framework is Treaty death

    Opinion: Trudeau’s Proposed Framework is Treaty death

    Trudeau came into the Prime Minister’s office stating that no other relationship was as important as the one between Canada and the indigenous people. Trudeau’s words were comforting to the Indigenous who turned out in record numbers to vote for the Liberal party. Four years later, the truth of Trudeau’s statement is this: no other

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  • Saskatchewan looking to shut down teepee camp demonstrations

    Saskatchewan looking to shut down teepee camp demonstrations

    REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is asking a judge to order an Indigenous protest camp to leave the legislature grounds. Government lawyer Michael Morris told a Regina court that indigenous demonstrators are making it hard for the province to maintain the land across from the building. Teepees have been set up for six months as

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  • How schools are working to Indigenize programs, campus life

    How schools are working to Indigenize programs, campus life

    This summer, as students prepared to go back to school, some post-secondary institutions did preparing of their own to make changes that they say address a legacy of colonialism and respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report. The report, released in 2015, contained a list of calls to action, one of which

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  • Cheaper beer will improve market: Ford

    Cheaper beer will improve market: Ford

    TORONTO — Buck-a-beer has come into effect in Ontario, bringing the minimum price of a bottle or can of beer to $1 from $1.25. Brewers are not required to charge less and the lower minimum price does not apply to draft beer, nor does it include the bottle deposit. The policy was a highly publicized

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  • Guns, drugs seized in Brantford

    Guns, drugs seized in Brantford

    Five charged after raid on Hardy Road house BRANTFORD — Brantford Police Service has charged four males and one female with numerous firearm and drug related charges after an investigation on Hardy Road. On August 21, 2018 just after 1:00 a.m. the Brantford Police Service entered into an investigation at a residence on Hardy Road.

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  • Jukasa Motor Speedway Ready to Host Landmark $50,000-to-win Canadian Short Track Nationals

    Jukasa Motor Speedway Ready to Host Landmark $50,000-to-win Canadian Short Track Nationals

    Organizers say excitement for event is “contagious” HAGERSVILLE, ON – Late Model fans across North America have waited close to a year for Jukasa Motor Speedway’s Canadian Short Track Nationals and – on September 1st and 2nd – the much talked-about $50,000 will finally become a reality. Promoter Alex Nagy and his staff have worked

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