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  • Five year old injured after shots fired at home in northern Saskatchewan

    Five year old injured after shots fired at home in northern Saskatchewan

    LA RONGE, SK — Mounties say a five-year-old child was wounded after several gunshots were fired at a house in northern Saskatchewan. RCMP were called Sunday night to a home on the Lac La Ronge Indian Band reserve. Officers say a bullet went through a wall of the home and hit the child inside. There

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  • ALL Kicks off, local teams have to climb

    ALL Kicks off, local teams have to climb

    During their previous home game on Sunday, January 6, the Six Nations Snipers took a loss to the St. Catharines Shockwave 7-9 after allowing the Shockwave to take the lead in the first period. But a strong come back was in the midst the following week, as the Snipers throttled the Oshawa Outlaws 21-14 last

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  • Can-Am Lacrosse League pushed to reject killers participation

    Can-Am Lacrosse League pushed to reject killers participation

    Warning: sensitive content. The tragic loss of Tashina General and her unborn son in 2008 sent the community of Six Nations into turmoil as the story of her death reached the people. Her body was uncovered in a shallow grave as her family was left distraught after receiving a letter, composed by her murderer to

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  • Jukasa Speedway gearing up for first full season

    Jukasa Speedway gearing up for first full season

    HAGARSVILLE — Winter hasn’t even hit southwestern Ontario yet, but the excitement of the upcoming racing season at Jukasa Speedway has already begun. Several special race events have already been planned. “We feel that we have an exciting schedule for the upcoming season and we wanted to get these dates out so competitors and fans

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  • Regional Chief Welcomes Cabinet Shuffle

    Regional Chief Welcomes Cabinet Shuffle

    Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald welcomes the new Minister responsible for Indigenous Services Canada and those other impacted by the cabinet shuffle that included key changes to the Treasury Board, Justice, Indigenous Services and Veteran’s Affairs portfolios. “On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, I’d like to welcome and offer my congratulations. I look forward

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  • Haudenosaunee demonstrate a day of action in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

    Haudenosaunee demonstrate a day of action in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

    Solidarity slowdown and road blocks bring attention to indigenous and human rights violations BRANT/HALDIMAND — Demonstrations were held across Haudenosaunee territory Friday in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people who were forcibly removed from defending their traditional territory by RCMP in a violent attack.
RCMP say they executed an injunction on behalf of the Coastal GasLink pipeline

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  • NLL announcer consequently fired after racially insensitive remarks

    NLL announcer consequently fired after racially insensitive remarks

    PHILADELPHIA — Known for having the most headstrong fans, the Philadelphia Wings welcomed the visiting Minnesota Swarm last Saturday for their first NLL match up at the Wells Fargo Center. Although the Swarm quickly clipped their wings and brought home victory 13-11, Philadelphia’s in-game announcer Shawny Hill called for star forward Lyle Thompson’s “ponytail” to

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  • SN Bantams douse Aylmer Flames

    SN Bantams douse Aylmer Flames

    OHSWEKEN — The Six Nations Bantam Blackhawks show the difference between divisions, as their game versus the Aylmer Flames showed speedy skating and great puck control. The Flames had a lot of size to their team, which they used to their advantage to push to the net. They racked up a solid unassisted goal, which

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  • Snipers set to open 2019 ALL season

    Snipers set to open 2019 ALL season

    SIX NATIONS — The Arena Lacrosse League 2019 lacrosse schedule is about to begin its third season of top competitive level men’s lacrosse in Ontario. And this year the stakes are higher after the ALL and the NLL reached a partnership arrangement that would see the league develop players for their teams, similar to how

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  • Smoke, mirrors and roadblocks leave Canadians in the dark about Uni’sto’ten

    Smoke, mirrors and roadblocks leave Canadians in the dark about Uni’sto’ten

    2019 opens with Indigenous peoples PROTECTING their territory while Justin Trudeau’s Canada continues to try to deceive the Canadian public about the real relations between his government and the original people of this land. At Unist’oten, RCMP enforced an interim court order delivered December 14, 2018. Less than one month later, the RCMP are on

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