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  • Another Ontario reserve banishes Peter Khill

    Another Ontario reserve banishes Peter Khill

    CHIPPEWAS OF THE THAMES First Nation — A second Ontario reserve has now passed a motion in council to banish Peter Khill from being in their territories. Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Council Chief Myeengun Henry shared August 13 resolution and an accompanying letter with the Two Row Times. An August 13 band council

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  • New federal holiday for residential school survivors expected

    New federal holiday for residential school survivors expected

    OTTAWA – Ottawa has announced plans to create a new statutory holiday in recognition of residential school survivors. Indigenous groups are working with the federal government to choose the day – which has not been finalized. Reports that the existing Indigenous People’s Day on June 21 or Orange Shirt Day on September 30 are being

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  • Air show promises high-flying fun

    Air show promises high-flying fun

    BRANTFORD — The Rotary Club of Brantford and Hamilton’s Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Air Show is coming up and organizers promise big acts that you won’t see anywhere else in Canada. A highlight for the 2018 event is the Canadian Air Force’s ever popular CF18 Hornet demo. Exclusive for Brantford, a special Heritage Flight formation

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  • Man killed on Chiefswood Road

    Man killed on Chiefswood Road

    SIX NATIONS — Police say a man was struck by a car and killed over the weekend while walking down Chiefswood Road. Six Nations Police say 25-year-old Taylor King of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation was walking southbound down Chiefswood Road in the early morning hours of August 12. King was struck

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  • Forum to discuss cannabis

    Forum to discuss cannabis

    BRANTFORD — Three guest speakers will be part of a panel Wednesday, to talk to the people of Brantford about what is coming down the pipe once recreational cannabis is officially legal in Canada this October. A public education forum, hosted by the Brantford-Brant Women’s Liberal Club, is bringing presentations from the Government of Canada

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  • Inconsistent details follow claim Haudenosaunee Development Institute dissolved

    Inconsistent details follow claim Haudenosaunee Development Institute dissolved

    SIX NATIONS — Last week, local reporting claimed the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council formally dissolved the Haudenosaunee Development Institute. The report which appeared in a local Six Nations newspaper — the Turtle Island News — claims the HCCC fired HDI Executive Director Hazel Hill and was working to dissolve HDI’s Board of Directors and review

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  • Tiny house, big community

    Tiny house, big community

    SIX NATIONS — Six Nations stands as the largest indigenous reserve in Canada with over 20,000 registered members which grows every year. However the land base remains at 71 square miles. While housing crises climb within smaller reserves with high birth rates and low housing availability, some have concluded that smaller and compacted houses called

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  • Asbestos

    Asbestos

    I mostly went to #8 School growing up in the 1980s on Six Nations but one year my parents sent me to the portables at #3 school and it was pretty good there until it was shut down. In ancient times before the mega schools were built we had numbered schools from 1-12 sprinkled throughout

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  • Hess looking for second pro win

    Hess looking for second pro win

    BRANTFORD — Black-Eye-Boxing Club’s Six Nations professional fighter, Karl “Razor” Hess is in training for his next bout, scheduled for Sept. 8th , at what used to be known as the Hershey Centre arena in Mississauga. The name has been changed to the Paramount Fine Foods Centre, but Hess is more than ready to erase

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  • Williams chalks up second ring win

    Williams chalks up second ring win

    By Jim Windle LONDON — Six Nations amateur boxer Skyler Williams of Brantford’s Bell City Boxing Club won his second bout in London at the Warrior Gym last week as a part of a fight card. Williams, a late comer to the fight game, recorded his first win in July at the Knights of Columbus

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