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  • Is Justin Trudeau sinister or fake?

    Is Justin Trudeau sinister or fake?

    It is only two weeks into 2019 and there is renewed vigour to Canada’s attacks on indigenous people. First, land defenders in BC supporting and insisting on consultation with hereditary leaders of the Wet’suwet’en were assaulted, arrested and forcibly removed from their own lands. In a disgusting twist of irony, someone on Twitter pointed out

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  • Six Nations Tourism offering Community Partnership Program

    Six Nations Tourism offering Community Partnership Program

    OHSWEKEN — Chiefswood Park and Gathering Place by the Grand Event Centre are offering a Community Partnership Program to community groups and organizations. The two sites are now under the management of Six Nations Tourism, a department of Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC). The Community Partnership Program supports groups and event

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  • ‘Blindsided:’ Manitoba officials seize newborn from mother in hospital

    ‘Blindsided:’ Manitoba officials seize newborn from mother in hospital

    WINNIPEG — Two social media videos show a newborn baby girl being taken from the arms of her Indigenous mother by Manitoba social workers and police — an apprehension that First Nations leaders say is all too common in a child-welfare system biased against Aboriginals. The videos, broadcast live Thursday on Facebook by the woman’s

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  • Searching for water: the gifts of the water witcher

    Searching for water: the gifts of the water witcher

    Ancient skills lead indigenous people to water beneath the earth Whether it is an inherited gift or a trick used to decide chance, the quest of witching for water is one that has crossed millennia. Dowsing, witching, divining; although the name of water witching may have changed in different cultures and eras, the techniques have

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  • Dry New Years event “just what the community needs”

    Dry New Years event “just what the community needs”

    OHSWEKEN — The Big Joe Blues Band is doing it again. They are offering a Dry Valentines Day Dance to the community on Friday, Feb.15th at the Community Hall, with special guest Crystal Bomberry, in the wake of the great response to the dry “Kick-off to 2019”. More about that as the details are worked

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