• Six Nations Development Corporation asks Confederacy Chiefs Council to lift cease and desist

    Six Nations Development Corporation asks Confederacy Chiefs Council to lift cease and desist

    Shutdown costs estimated to be half a million dollars to Six Nations OHSWEKEN — About 100 Six Nations community members attended a public meeting Tuesday evening, looking for details on why work at the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporations Niagara Reinforcement Line hydro project has been halted. On Sunday evening SNGRDC put

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  • Finding common ground a priority

    Finding common ground a priority

    The political landscape at Six Nations right now can be likened to the aftermath of a wild genocide tornado. There are casualties, there is chaos and confusion like never before. In the midst of surviving colonialism and waking up to the reality of reclaiming our indigenous cultural and political identities — in walks the developers

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  • Indigenous researchers plant seeds of hope for health and climate

    Indigenous researchers plant seeds of hope for health and climate

    Authors: Hannah Tait Neufeld, Assistant Professor of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph; Brittany Luby, Assistant Professor of History, University of Guelph, and Kim Anderson, Associate Professor of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph As we learn more about climate change, this knowledge can be paralyzing, especially for young people who

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  • Competition rises in ALL Women’s Division

    Competition rises in ALL Women’s Division

    SIX NATIONS — This past Saturday’s matches for the fourth week of the ALL Women’s Division saw some standings changes: the Shockwave swapped the Snipers for second place, and the RiverWolves maintained their first place reign with the Steelhawks making an effort to move out of the bottom. But the matches were a bit different

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  • Hawks have a rough start in series with Peach Kings

    Hawks have a rough start in series with Peach Kings

    ANCASTER — The first head to head match up between the third place Hagersville Hawks and the second place Grimsby Peach Kings began on Monday, February 18 at the Niagara Junior C. Head Office. The starting period was promising, as the Hawks were the first and last to score for the full length of time

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