Faith Community supports Ojibway woman fined for building her own home

SCARBOROUGH – Members and supporters of West Hill United, a church in Scarborough, have taken exemplary action in support of Darlene Necan, an Ojibway woman…

Toronto City Hall votes against Line 9

TORONTO – At the last Toronto City Council meeting before the civic elections this fall, a group called Scarborough for a Bitumen Free Future scored an…

First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act Good News or a Set-up for Failure?

January 27, 2014, West Hill United got an answer from the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development to its Petition (see Two Row Times,…

On to Ottawa for Onkwehon:we rights

On Tuesday, Nov. 26, five members of Scarborough’s West Hill United Church – Minister Gretta Vosper, Ruth Gill, Dorothy Hirlehey, Steve Watson, and Morlan Rees…

Scarborough’s West Hill United Church Calls on Canada to respect the treaty relationships

The First Nations Study Group at West Hill United Church in Scarborough recently launched a Petition to the House of Commons to draw attention to…