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  • Cease and Desist Order given to SN Dev Corp on Niagara Reinforcement Line Project

    Cease and Desist Order given to SN Dev Corp on Niagara Reinforcement Line Project

    SIX NATIONS – The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council are seeking to stop the Six Nations Development Corporation’s Niagara Reinforcement Line Projects via a cease and desist order. In a statement sent Monday evening from the SNGRDC, Manager of Communications Tabitha Curley says work on the line “has been stopped via a Cease and Desist from

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  • Family video appeals for information in triple homicide

    Family video appeals for information in triple homicide

    SIX NATIONS — The surviving family members of the victims in a still unsolved triple homicide, released a video today – appealing to the public for help. On November 4, 2018, OPP discovered three bodies near a stolen 2006 grey Chevy Silverado pick up truck just outside Oneida Nation of the Thames on Bodkin Road.

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  • Florida Hoop Dancer wins top world championship title

    Florida Hoop Dancer wins top world championship title

    PHOENIX, AZ – Cody Boettner (Creek) of South Daytona, Florida, captured his first adult title at the 29th Annual Heard Museum Hoop Dance Championship contest on Feb. 9 and 10. Boettner earned a spot in the finals after two preliminary rounds of competitions and took home the grand title and cash prize of $3,500.
Boettner faced

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  • Young Spirit performs impromptu song on the red carpet

    Young Spirit performs impromptu song on the red carpet

    LOS ANGELES — As announced days before, the drum group, Young Spirit, headed to the 61st Grammy Awards Ceremony as nominees for one of the most prestigious music awards in the world. Their album Mewasinsational – Cree Round Dance Songs was nominated for Best Regional Roots Music Album. Heads turned as the sound of traditional

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  • Attempted murder investigation after man shot

    Attempted murder investigation after man shot

    SIX NATIONS — OPP say they are assisting the Six Nations Police in an attempted murder investigation. In a statement, OPP say on January 12 shortly after 4:00 a.m., Six Nations Police responded to a report of an injured male at a Sixth Line residence. Police say that man was taken to hospital with injuries.

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  • Indigenous midwives honoured at 2019 Cape Awards

    Indigenous midwives honoured at 2019 Cape Awards

    TORONTO — Two indigenous midwives were honoured at a ceremony in Toronto this week for their service at the 2019 Iewirokwas Cape Award for Midwifery Heroes. Laurie Jacobs, an indigenous midwife with Six Nations Tsinonwe Ionnakeratstha Ona:grahsta Birthing Centre was acknowledged for her years of service helping indigenous parents welcome their children into the community.

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  • Police Briefs: two collisions and weapons charges

    Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident on Fourth Line Road on Wednesday, February 6. Two westbound vehicles collided with each other, sending both into the ditch. Police spoke with both drivers, a 28 year old male and a 19 year old female. Minor injuries were sustained as a result of the collision. Both

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  • Students at Russell Reid Public School Demand Action on Climate Change

    Students at Russell Reid Public School Demand Action on Climate Change

    BRANTFORD — A group of environmentally consciously Grade 8 students organized a rally to raise awareness of climate change, and to put pressure on elected officials who are in a position to do something about it. “We wanted to grab as much attention as we could, and inspire people to make small changes to help

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  • Police find toddler at suspected break and enter

    Police find toddler at suspected break and enter

    DELHI – OPP Norfolk County Detachment investigated an incident after being called to a Delhi, Norfolk County address. On Monday, February 4, 2019 at approximately 2:00 p.m., police received an emergency 911 call for a report of a break and enter in progress. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that a female

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  • First Nations boil water issues ‘enormously complicated’: Morneau

    First Nations boil water issues ‘enormously complicated’: Morneau

    OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the “enormously complicated” effort to end all drinking-water advisories in First Nations communities isn’t being held back by a shortage of money. In response to a university student’s question Thursday in Guelph, Ont., Morneau acknowledged that fulfilling the Liberals’ 2015 campaign pledge has been a big challenge and

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