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  • Ten injured in multi-vehicle crash

    Ten injured in multi-vehicle crash

    NORFOLK — Provincial police are investigating the cause of a five-vehicle collision that sent 10 people to hospital on Thursday, one of them with life-threatening injuries. They say the crash took place shortly before 7 a.m. on Highway 24 in Norfolk County. Police say a pickup truck heading southbound on the highway was readying to turn

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  • No threats after lockdown on Hamilton high school

    No threats after lockdown on Hamilton high school

    HAMILTON — Police in Hamilton say they are investigating after a telephone threat triggered a lockdown at a local school. They say the Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School received the threat around 8 a.m. Police say the school was immediately placed on lockdown and officers were on scene making sure the students were safe. They

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  • 234 years ago, Six Nations take up home at Grand River

    234 years ago, Six Nations take up home at Grand River

    “Frederick Haldimand, Captain General and Governor General in Chief of the Province of Quebec and Territories depending thereon, General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Forces in said Province and the Frontiers thereof — Whereas His Majesty having been pleased to direct that in consideration of the early attachment to his cause manifested by

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  • Red Indian retires, Gas, Grub and Goodies opens Friday

    Red Indian retires, Gas, Grub and Goodies opens Friday

    OHSWEKEN — An icon along Chiefswood Road and an anchor to the downtown Ohsweken business section, The Red Indian, has undergone a total make over under new manager, Morgan Green and is reopening under the new banner, “Gas, Grub and Goodies”. “I retired, but I got bored being retired,” says Green. He used to own

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  • Economic Development Trust Announces Shortlist of Applicants

    Economic Development Trust Announces Shortlist of Applicants

    SIX NATIONS —The Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Trust (EDT) has announced their shortlist list for 2019 community investment. After the initial screening process by the EDT, 6 General applications and 5 Grassroots have been shortlisted. The shortlist presentations will take place on Saturday, November 10th & Sunday November 11th from 9:00am

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  • Six Nations Veterans Honoured

    Six Nations Veterans Honoured

    by Xavier Kataquapit The Six Nations Veterans Association annual remembrance day parade and service featured a ceremonial fly by of Harvard World War II aircraft, a gun salute and passionate speakers. The event was accented by a veterans parade amid the sounds of haunting bagpipes on October 21 in Ohsweken, Six Nations. Ava Hill, Six

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  • Rain doesn’t stop Annual Zombie Run fundraiser

    Rain doesn’t stop Annual Zombie Run fundraiser

    SIX NATIONS — Each year, many festivities in the spirit of Halloween are eagerly awaited as costume parties, trunk or treats and more fill the community. And one of the most anticipated events each year has been the Annual Six Nations Zombie Run, where spooks, ghouls and scares collide on a 5km track. The run

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  • Family calls for inquest into death of former Grassy Narrows First Nation chief

    Family calls for inquest into death of former Grassy Narrows First Nation chief

    TORONTO — The family of an Ontario First Nation chief who was a vocal advocate for a community plagued by a mercury-contaminated river called Friday for an inquest into his death, saying it was needed to shed light on the illness he grappled with for years. Those close to Steve Fobister Sr., the former chief

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  • Indigenous rights leader reported slain in northern Mexico

    Indigenous rights leader reported slain in northern Mexico

    MEXICO CITY — An indigenous rights activist has been slain in the Sierra Madre mountains of northern Mexico just weeks after community members complained about a mining concession granted to outside parties on their ancestral lands. Julian Carrillo is a leader of the Tarahumara community of Coloradas de la Virgen in Chihuahua state. The Tarahumara

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  • Ferry named for a Mi’kmaq poet laureate who longed for revival of her culture

    Ferry named for a Mi’kmaq poet laureate who longed for revival of her culture

    HALIFAX — Mi’kmaq poet Rita Joe once wrote that the “beauty of my people” had been forgotten. But that is hardly the case in the city of Halifax. A ceremony was held Friday on the waterfront to officially unveil a new harbour ferry that has been named in her honour. The name was chosen through

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