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  • HDI Director publishes confusing theories

    HDI Director publishes confusing theories

    This week, HDI Director Hazel Hill published her HDI report to the Confederacy Council on the Haudenosaunee Confederacy’s website. What one would expect to be a boring detailed list of the things accomplished in the last month is actually a 16 page conspiracy laden and confusing rant that leaves the reader wondering if Hill has

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  • A Canadian Constitution: Part 4 A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada

    A Canadian Constitution: Part 4 A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada

    The following is an excerpt from an interview by George Barr, KING’S Council, with R. Rogers Smith sometime in the mid 1940’s and on “Ligue pour l’Union Federale”, 822 Sherbrooke Est, Mtl. (Acquired from the Ka-NeeKa-Neet collection) Question s by G. H. Barr, King’s Council Answers by R. Rogers Smith Mr. Barr: Just how is

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  • 2018 CKRZ Music Festival rocks the grounds

    2018 CKRZ Music Festival rocks the grounds

    From street dances to festivals, CKRZ has been a staple indigenous radio station for years and has evolved with the times. SIX NATIONS — The CKRZ FM Radio Station hosted the 2018 CKRZ Music Festival at the Six Nations Community Hall and Parks and Recreation on Sunday, May 20, which was quick to become a

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  • Group of Six Hosts Art Show at Everything Cornhusk

    Group of Six Hosts Art Show at Everything Cornhusk

    OHSWEKEN — Family, friends and visitors were given the opportunity to view and purchase artwork made by the young artists from the Group of 6, an art group that began in 2016, as well as have the opportunity to meet them on Sunday, May 20 during their Third Annual Showcase. Set up within and outside

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  • Community Awareness Week at G.R.E.A.T.

    Community Awareness Week at G.R.E.A.T.

    SIX NATIONS — In accordance with Community Awareness Week the Grand River Employment and Training Office offered an open house and student job fair on Thursday, May 17. Within the auditorium, a craft making table and lacrosse demonstration was also offered along with a selection of Haudenosaunee foods for visitors.

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  • Kool Kidz and Smokin’ Joe’s location to celebrate their 10th Anniversary

    Kool Kidz and Smokin’ Joe’s location to celebrate their 10th Anniversary

    OHSWEKEN — (from left) Owner Victor Bomberry, Linda Hill, Dianna Staats, James and Manager Diane Bomberry pose outside of the Kool Kidz and Smokin’ Joe’s location to celebrate their 10th Anniversary as a business on Wednesday, May 16. A free barbecue and a water sampling stations was set for the community to enjoy as well

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  • Resident motorist making the switch to electric

    Resident motorist making the switch to electric

    NEW CREDIT — New Credit’s Clynt King has made the switch that many others are likely to follow when looking for a new car. He has given up on the combustion engine and is actively searching for a new, electric model. The decision was made following a spontaneous combustion fire gutted his 2011 Dodge Caravan last month.

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  • SNGRDC hosted their 3rd Anniversary Open House

    SNGRDC hosted their 3rd Anniversary Open House

    OHSWEKEN — Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and A6N staff posed together outside of the Six Nations Gathering Place as the SNGRDC hosted their 3rd Anniversary Open House on Thursday, May 17. Throughout the day, they provided Haudenosaunee games and several fundraising activities including BBQ items, bingo and raffle draws with all

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  • Ontario Native Literacy Coalition to host Resiliency Conference

    Ontario Native Literacy Coalition to host Resiliency Conference

    SIX NATIONS — In accordance with 30 years of service, the Ontario Native Literacy Coalition is set to host a conference titled Resiliency: Embracing the Road Ahead, which will be tackling literacy programming and resource options with powerful workshop educators and speakers on June 1- 2. The Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC), a non-profit, charitable

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  • Arrows home opener serves as an eye opener

    Arrows home opener serves as an eye opener

    The Junior ‘A’ Arrows showcase some growing pains as they welcome new legs to the team and deal with a deficit of veteran talent in their first seasonal home game. SIX NATIONS — Successful previous years for the Junior ‘A’ Arrows have held a lot of triumph and hosted a lot of lacrosse talent which

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