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  • Risk of flooding elevated along Grand River

    Risk of flooding elevated along Grand River

    BRANT COUNTY — Grand River Conservation Authority issued a flood warning for several areas in the Grand River tract Tuesday. Mild temperatures Monday and Tuesday “triggered a gradual melting of the snow pack resulting in runoff into local waterways,” said the GRCA in a statement. Elevated water combined with ice jams has left a risk

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  • Flyer advertising “Georgia Peach” dispensary leads to drug arrest

    SIX NATIONS — A Facebook post advertising a new “Georgia Peach” cannabis dispensary on Six Nations caused community uproar and police investigation leading to drug charges for two men. On Thursday, January 31 a social media post was widely distributed among Six Nations community members, advertising that the recently shut down Hamilton cannabis dispensary “Georgia

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  • Police seek missing woman

    Police seek missing woman

    BRANTFORD — Brantford Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing 19 year old female, Danielle Raymond. Raymond is a 19-year old female described as being 5’3”tall, 120lbs with a slim build, long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen in the City of Brantford on February 1, 2019. Police say

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  • Soldotna man honours Dena’ina heritage with Anchorage statue (AK-Denaina-Statue)

    Soldotna man honours Dena’ina heritage with Anchorage statue (AK-Denaina-Statue)

    By Victoria Petersen THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KENAI, Alaska _ Near Anchorage’s Ship Creek, a new bronze statue of an elder named Olga, a Dena’ina matriarch from the village of Eklutna, stands and overlooks land that was once a prosperous Native fish camp. Soldotna artist Joel Isaak, who is Dena’ina himself, worked on the statue for

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  • Study finds integrating cultural practices helps Indigenous women recover

    Study finds integrating cultural practices helps Indigenous women recover

    VANCOUVER _ After recovering from the trauma of being separated from her family as part of the ’60s Scoop, Roberta Price has co-authored a study that applies the same traditional methods that helped her to other Indigenous women. Price, who is an elder from the Coast Salish Snuneymuxw and Cowichan Nations, said finding her family

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  • Reaction to Liberals’ Indigenous languages law: ‘landmark’ and ‘colonial’

    Reaction to Liberals’ Indigenous languages law: ‘landmark’ and ‘colonial’

    OTTAWA — A national Inuit organization says it is disappointed in the Liberals’ new legislation meant to protect Indigenous languages. The Liberals tabled the bill Tuesday, two years after promising a law to promote Indigenous languages, which Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez says are on the verge of disappearing. The bill pledges long-term funding and to

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  • Fund launched to honour missing and murdered indigenous women and girls

    Fund launched to honour missing and murdered indigenous women and girls

    VANCOUVER — Canada announced a new fund to honour the lives and legacies of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, including LGBTQ2S individuals. The Commemoration Fund for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls responds to the National Inquiry’s Interim report declaration that there is a need to fund commemoration activities to help honour

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  • Writing or Rewriting History?

    Writing or Rewriting History?

    I must say, I was surprised last December to read that the Haudenosaunee Chiefs Council (HCCC) appeared to be unaware of the actions of Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation (MNCFN) over the past decade to claim most of southern Ontario as its traditional territory. Surprised, because as early as 2011 and as late

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  • How old languages hold new keys to wisdom

    How old languages hold new keys to wisdom

    After listening to a contingency of men speak about the Old Great Law of Peace that was practiced before the Handsome Lake Religion was adopted it became apparent that understanding our own language is necessary to relearning our culture. The elders of Six Nations have said in the past that there is no single individual

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  • NHL All-Star Skills Competition results in female recognition

    NHL All-Star Skills Competition results in female recognition

    SAN JOSE — On Saturday, January 26, the results for the NHL All Stars Skills Competition was revealed after being held by the San Jose Sharks at the SAP Centre for the first time since 1997. Out of the six categories which include: Fastest Skater, Puck Control, Save Streak, Premier Passer, Hardest Shot and Accuracy

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