• Recovered items shed light on daily life at Mohawk Institute residential school

    Recovered items shed light on daily life at Mohawk Institute residential school

    BY: Jonnica Hill BRANTFORD — Items recovered during extensive renovations now underway at the former Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School in Brantford are revealing more about what life may have been like as a student at the government- and church-run facility. Researchers say very few school-related items have been found among artifacts uncovered at the

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  • Overcoming lateral violence and loving Six Nations

    Overcoming lateral violence and loving Six Nations

    Last week I received my quarterly SOCAN payment of $3.72 for I’m A Lucky One — a song I wrote and produced in 2002. Although we lost money and it cost us everything, Tru Rez Crew was a thing and I was in the midst of it all as lead producer. That was nearly 20

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  • Hawks lose a final heartbreaker

    Hawks lose a final heartbreaker

    HAGERSVILLE — After defeating the Port Dover Sailors in a perfect series while the Grimsby Peach Kings took out the Dunnville Mudcats, the two victors were brought together to face off in a daunting pairing. With Grimsby resting in second place and the Hawks in third, the Hawks would have had to pull a few

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  • Montour soon to be a Sabre

    Montour soon to be a Sabre

    Last Sunday, Six Nations Brandon Montour was traded by the Anaheim Ducks for Brendan Guhle, a first-round draft pick, to the Buffalo Sabres. Surrounding the trade, there is some unhappiness that the Sabres parted ways with Guhle, who was projected to be a part of the teams long-term future with his build, mobility and physical

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  • I.L. Thomas comes out on top in Junior Basketball Tournament

    I.L. Thomas comes out on top in Junior Basketball Tournament

    OHSWEKEN — The Six Nations Junior Division Basketball Tournament took place at the Dajoh Youth and Elders Centre on Tuesday, February 26, after being postponed due to inclement weather. The day featured match ups between all of the participating elementary schools from Six Nations, with each game holding six, four minute periods and controlled ball

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