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  • Community helps to send art and film student abroad

    Community helps to send art and film student abroad

    OHSWEKEN – The Sweet Spot, in support of local artists, opened it’s doors to house a fundraiser for local art and film talent Jessie Anthony on Thursday, February 8. Anthony will be participating in the Creative Mind Group Film Internship Program in Berlin, Germany and both her family and friends invited the community to enjoy

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  • Car jacking suspect still at large

    Car jacking suspect still at large

    HAGERSVILLE – OPP are seeking the public’s help to identify and capture the suspect in a carjacking that took place in Hagersville on February 3. Police say the suspect car jacked a vehicle parked behind Libro Credit Union in Hagersville just after 1:30 p.m. on Saturday Feb 3. According to the OPP the female victim

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  • Reading Someone else’s mail; R.S. 1927

    Reading Someone else’s mail; R.S. 1927

    If anyone doesn’t believe that Canada would ever abuse the legal system to rip-off Onkwehonwe  people and remove them from their land, this document should shut down that argument. As recorded in the Canadian Archives. 10: R.S. 1927, Chapter 98, s. 141: Every person who, without the consent of the Superintendent General General expressed in

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  • Protests erupt following acquittal of white farmer charged in Indigenous death

    Protests erupt following acquittal of white farmer charged in Indigenous death

    OTTAWA – Protestors gathered across the country amid a chorus of outrage the day after a white farmer was acquitted in the shooting death of a young Indigenous man in Saskatchewan. A jury in Battleford, Sask., found Gerald Stanley not guilty of second degree murder on Friday in the death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, a

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  • Editorial: Local reaction to the acquittal of Gerald Stanley

    Editorial: Local reaction to the acquittal of Gerald Stanley

    Outrage. There is no other word that can adequately describe the feeling across all of Canada this weekend at the acquittal of Gerald Stanley by an all white jury in the shooting death of Colten Boushie. There is nothing that could have harmed the work of reconciliation in Canada between the systems that be and

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  • Jr. B Brantford 99’ers struggle into playoffs

    Jr. B Brantford 99’ers struggle into playoffs

    BRANTFORD — The Brantford 99’ers and the Kitchener Dutchmen couldn’t’t get the job done Thursday night at the Gretzky Main rink and conceded a 3-3 tie game after two unfruitful OT periods. The battle began at 2:34 of the first period with Jeb Paulsen scoring for the Dutchmen followed by Sean Kawalec to give Kitchener a 2-0 lead. Christian

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  • A.L.L. gets snow day

    A.L.L. gets snow day

    The weather played its hand in last weekend’s Arena Lacrosse League schedule. League Spokesmen Lance Winn announced the postponement of Saturday February 10th games due to the severe snowfall that has crippled travel along Southern Ontario. “As a league you try to play every game scheduled on their original game night as many factors come

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  • Bantams fall short against Simcoe 2-1

    Bantams fall short against Simcoe 2-1

    OHSWEKEN — The Six Nations Bantam LL squad lost a one-goal heartbreaker Saturday afternoon at the GPA. It was a very close checking affair throughout with some excellent goaltending between but in the end it was 2-1 for the visiting Simcoe Warriors. Although Six Nations seemed to be getting all the chances early in the game, they

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  • Blast and McCoys battle for playoffs

    Blast and McCoys battle for playoffs

    BRANTFORD – The Brantford Blast and the Dundas Real McCoys are in a titanic battle, but unlike in previous years, it’s not for first place, but rather to become the best of the worst, fighting for the last playoff berth. They took a big step towards that goal this past Saturday at the Brantford Civic

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  • Pro-Fit Corvairs 23, opposition 1, in weekend games

    Pro-Fit Corvairs 23, opposition 1, in weekend games

    CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs went on another goal scoring surge this past weekend recording an 11-0 thrashing of the Thorold Blackhawks, Thursday in Thorold followed by Saturday night’s 12-1 win over Welland at the Haldimand Centre in Caledonia. The Canadians scared up some confidence early in the first period with Noah Blakely’s 1-0 goal for the lead

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