Enbridge oil pipeline over Grand could devastate Six Nations water

OHSWEKEN – Approximately 50 people gathered at the GREAT Theatre to hear information about Enbridge’s Line 9, which runs through Six Nations territory. Line 9…

Hundreds unite against Bill C-51 for May Day

TORONTO – Approximately 1000 people gathered at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto’s downtown core to stand against Bill C-51 during the city’s tenth annual May…

Peacemaker’s Journey beautifully modeled at Everything Cornhusk

In October 2014, Elizabeth Doxtator, better known as Bets, opened Everything Cornhusk in the plaza right in the centre of Ohsweken. “We’re so tiny many…

Rally to legalize marijuana brings hundreds to Brantford

BRANTFORD – On April 20th roughly 300 people gathered at Victoria Park to support Brantford Cannabis Club, who was hosting their 2nd annual 4-20 rally…

Indigenous Languages Day on Six Nations territory

OHSHWEKEN – Roughly 120 people gathered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday at Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) for a celebration of the Indigenous…

Willy’s World helps people live independently

Willy’s World, located at 2192A Chiefswood Road, was opened in 2012 because of the difficulties local businessman Rodney Hill was having trying to acquire the…

Brantford Cannabis Club to hold 4/20 Rally

The Brantford Cannabis Club will be hosting the second annual Brantford 4/20 Rally on Monday, April 20, from 1:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at Victoria…

Six Nations woman in business for 20 years providing promotional and workwear

Marilyn Frank [VanEvery] and her mother Grace VanEvery opened G&M Sportswear in 1995, with the “G” standing for Grace and “M” for Marilyn. It has…

Laurier Brantford holds successful Mohawk language March Break camp for youth

BRANTFORD – Brantford Laurier’s Aboriginal student support co-ordinator Bonnie Whitlow and 5 students from the Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa program at G.R.E.A.T., hosted a March Break camp for…

Social networking helps provide Food for the hungry

KITCHENER – Amanda Carder, 31, is a non-Native woman born and raised in Kitchener, who works full time and is a mom to three young…

Pink Shirt Day Presentation: Be the Change!

OHSWEKEN – On Wednesday, February 25th Six Nations celebrated its 3rd year of participating in Pink Shirt Day. Begun in a Nova Scotia highschool in…

10th Annual Strawberry Ceremony in Toronto

TORONTO – February 14th, 2015 marks the tenth annual Strawberry Ceremony in which some 1500 people gathered in front of Toronto Police Headquarters, to honour…

Business as usual for #ShutDownCanada protests

Many participants said it was a good day, and were satisfied with the small gatherings of good minded people and raised public awareness initiated by…

You’re always welcome at the Coach House Gift Shoppe

CALENDONIA – Nancy Fuller started her business 31 years ago on Argyle Street, and to this day she continues to be a local shop owner…

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Youth and Elders Centre

OHSWEKEN – On Friday morning, the long awaited Six Nations Youth and Elders centre officially began construction. Over the years, different community members have raised…

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