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  • Tantoo Cardinal soon to announce award designate

    Tantoo Cardinal soon to announce award designate

    TORONTO — Renowned Métis performer from Alberta, Tantoo Cardinal won this year’s Technicolor Clyde Gilmour Award from the Toronto Film Critics Association. Cardinal was presented the award by TFCA President Peter Howell at the Gilmour dinner on Monday, December 10 at the Gladstone Hotel Established in 1997, the Toronto Film Critics Association is a nationally

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  • One on One with Mayor Davis

    One on One with Mayor Davis

    BRANTFORD — Two Row Times met with new Brantford mayor, Kevin Davis, last week to get a read on what, if any, changes Six Nations can expect from the City under his leadership. Mayor Davis is a lawyer by trade working with one of Brantford’s biggest law firms. He has a pleasant demeanour, and hopes

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  • Jr. C Hagersville Hawks

    Jr. C Hagersville Hawks

    HAGERSVILLE — Saturday night at the Hagersville Arena, the first place Glanbrook Rangers easily handled the Hawks 5-0 followed by Port Dover Sailors 3-2 win Sunday in Dover. The Hawks have cooled down considerably from the last couple of weeks of having the hot hand in the Jr. C. Sunday, the Sailors took an early

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  • Montour leads Ducks past Devils

    Montour leads Ducks past Devils

    ANAHEIM — The hockey gods were on the Anaheim Ducks side Monday night having been the beneficiary of three self-inflicted Devils goals to give the Ducks opportunity to claw back a 6-5 OT win. The Ducks have now won eight of their last 10 games. Branden Montour scored one and assisted on another in Monday

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  • Seattle to join NHL in 2021-22

    Seattle to join NHL in 2021-22

    SEATTLE — Seattle has become the National Hockey League’s 32nd franchise, or at least it will be next season. NHL Director Gary Bettman accepted the expansion request from an investment group from the Seattle area. “Seattle sells itself,” Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan said after the meeting. “We live in a great city, with the

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  • Fact or fiction: is depression really worse during the holidays?

    Fact or fiction: is depression really worse during the holidays?

    It has become an adage that there are more suicides during the Christmas holidays than any other time of year. However according to Psychology Today regarding the Seven Greatest Myths About Suicide, that claim is “false.” “Contrary to popular belief, the suicide rate peaks in the springtime, not the wintertime. This is probably because the

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  • Noise for Toys fills truckloads

    Noise for Toys fills truckloads

    “Seeing both communities come together and make a difference this year was the best Christmas present I’ve ever received and one of the most inspiring things I’ve ever seen, I can’t wait for next year,” Logan Staats. BRANTFORD — The first Annual Noise for Toys Toy Drive took place last Friday evening at the Sanderson

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  • Anyone can be a victim, but there is a preference

    Anyone can be a victim, but there is a preference

    The facts about human trafficking are cut and dry and it is easy to recognize that there are numbers that go unaccounted for. Most people can mistake human trafficking for human smuggling, whereby a person is illegally taken into a different country. But human trafficking is the sexual exploitation of a victim, usually a woman

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  • Final stages of Cannabis Law for Kahnawake

    Final stages of Cannabis Law for Kahnawake

    KAHNAWA:KE — Officials with the Kahnbawa:ke Legislative Coordinating Commission say they are in the final stages of enacting the community’s custom Cannabis Law. The new legislation was read aloud to the community in it’s entirety on December 4. A certification signing of the law followed by Mohawk officials with the community’s legislative committee. The event

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  • Jump-starts 2020 with Big Joe and Crystal Lynn

    Jump-starts 2020 with Big Joe and Crystal Lynn

    SIX NATIONS — The Big Joe Rockin’ Blues Band will be hosting a pre-2019, dry-party at the Six Nations’ Community Hall, Saturday, December 29th which is being billed, “Jump-Start 2019 with the Big Joe Rockin’ Blues Band” beginning at 6 pm. “Just because you quit drinking’ and doing drugs doesn’t mean you have to quit

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