Who stood on guard for them?

You might not have known I was the child of a residential school survivor but the truth will express itself in various ways and in…

Six Nations economic future is at a cross-roads — and it’s not from the pandemic.

Since the launch of the tobacco industry on Six Nations, community members have seen the quality of life in our community improve. From job opportunities…

Local podcast launched by Jace Martin

After releasing successful musical albums through his label the Darren Ross Agency, Jace Martin now has his sights set upon his podcast “The Harv N…

Jace Martin releases new album

Six Nations singer and songwriter Jace Martin has released a new album “Rainboworld” and it is performing well on Spotify and Radio. “My New Radio…

SOCAN essential for musicians and songwriters

If you are a songwriter or an artist that wants to get your work played on TV, radio or on streaming services such as Spotify…

Encouraging superstitious belief has hurt us as a people

Superstition doesn’t benefit us in any way. Google defines it as, “excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural beings.” A survey needs to be…

Legal but Unlawful Raids of Six Nations Territory

After asking quite a few people on Six Nations if they remember the police raiding any of our smoke shops back in the 1980s or…

OP-Ed: History has a funny way of repeating itself

Way back in the year 1970, the Six Nations Council building was padlocked on instructions by the “Hereditary Chiefs.” Six Nations Elected Council employees were…

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser for car crash survivor

BRANTFORD – A fundraiser is being held Saturday, June 1st starting at noon for car crash survivor Jeramiah Folland. The spaghetti dinner will be held…

Path of Exile on its way to Playstation 4

Path of Exile by Grinding Gear Games isn’t exactly a brand new game. It was originally released in 2013 but is constantly updated, so if…