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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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  • Brantford’s new Mayor inherits old issues

    Brantford’s new Mayor inherits old issues

    BRANTFORD — After his decisive victory over long sitting mayor, Chris Friel, Brantford has a new mayor. But as far as Six Nations is concerned, will it be just, “here comes the new boss — same as the old boss.” That is a question that only time will tell. However, newly sworn in Mayor Kevin

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  • Abusive off duty Thunder Bay cop caught on iPhone

    Abusive off duty Thunder Bay cop caught on iPhone

    Thunder Bay — At 7:25 pm, eastern time, Saturday Dec. 1st, Thunder Bay OPP received a call to a disturbance involving a 17-year-old intoxicated female at a party on the city’s north side because someone was bleeding and needed medical attention.. A video of the incident shows a person strapped in a gurney being hollered

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  • Six Nations Slam a huge hit

    Six Nations Slam a huge hit

    SIX NATIONS — The doors to the Gathering Place by the Grand had tons of Pro-Wrestling fans lined up an waiting outside for the Six Nations Slam to begin as the nights main event last Friday evening. The evening brought together some of the best wrestling talent in Ontario and beyond as the likes of

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  • Atlantic First Nations urged to ‘work together’ to achieve self determination

    Atlantic First Nations urged to ‘work together’ to achieve self determination

    HALIFAX _ Indigenous communities in Atlantic Canada need to work together to achieve self-determination, a former grand chief of the Council of Yukon First Nations said as a summit on self-governance wrapped up in Halifax Thursday. Ruth Massie said collaboration between communities and the participation of all Indigenous Peoples is critical as First Nations work

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  • 20 year promise honoured as B.C. pledges gaming revenue share for First Nations (First-Nations)

    20 year promise honoured as B.C. pledges gaming revenue share for First Nations (First-Nations)

    VANCOUVER _ The British Columbia government has pledged to share some of the pie and more of the power with Indigenous communities across the province. All B.C. First Nations will receive a share of provincial gaming revenues, Premier John Horgan announced Thursday as he opened the annual gathering between B.C.’s cabinet and First Nations leaders.

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  • Feds to introduce co developed legislation on Indigenous child services in 2019

    Feds to introduce co developed legislation on Indigenous child services in 2019

    OTTAWA _ Indigenous leaders expressed optimism Friday that the federal government is finally trying to fix a child-welfare system that has become Canada’s modern version of residential schools. Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott intends to introduce legislation early in the new year that would enshrine principles for Indigenous child welfare into federal law, she announced,

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