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  • Curriculum writing session cancellation sparks concern

    Curriculum writing session cancellation sparks concern

    TORONTO _ The sudden cancellation of curriculum writing sessions designed to fulfil findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has Indigenous leaders expressing concern and calling it a “step backward” on the road to reconciliation. Nishnawbe Aski Nation Deputy Grand Chief Derek Fox says the Ontario government’s decision to cancel the sessions, announced abruptly late

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  • North Dakota sues Dakota Access over farmland ownership

    North Dakota sues Dakota Access over farmland ownership

    By Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota’s attorney general is suing the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline over agricultural land the company owns in violation of a state law banning large corporations from owning farmland. In a separate case, an American Indian activist accused of starting a riot on

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  • First Nations poised to challenge Nova Scotia’s marijuana monopoly (NS-Indigenous-Cannabis)

    First Nations poised to challenge Nova Scotia’s marijuana monopoly (NS-Indigenous-Cannabis)

    HALIFAX _ Nova Scotia First Nations appear poised to take on the province’s marijuana monopoly _ including one Mi’kmaq community that has enlisted Olympian Ross Rebagliati to roll out a “seed to sale” cannabis operation. Sipekne’katik First Nation in Indian Brook, N.S., has plans to grow cannabis and sell it directly to consumers, while Millbrook

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  • Loss of Greyhound bus service leaves few options in some rural areas

    Loss of Greyhound bus service leaves few options in some rural areas

    WINNIPEG _ The end of Greyhound bus service across Western Canada is the latest in a string of decisions that have left many rural and northern residents with few options for public transportation. The southern Prairies lost Via Rail service in 1990, when a line that ran through Brandon, Man., Regina and Calgary was shut

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  • Justice was Denied; again

    Justice was Denied; again

    By: Doug Whitlow, BA On Wednesday, June, 27, 2018; a Jury of his Peers found Peter Khill Not Guilty of 2nd Degree Murder in the death of Jonny Styres of the Six Nations Indian Reserve in the Mohawk Territory of Southern, Ontario, Canada. Although the people of the Six Nations Reserve were hoping Khill would

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  • And what about the water?

    And what about the water?

    At least on one point the Crown agrees with me. Of course not saying what was really done. This makes it so very important on what I was saying earlier, we do not have a Treaty with the Crown and this fact of ApliedvTrickery then takes us all back to 1612, proving that the Crown

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  • Deep See Dive

    Deep See Dive

    Last week, I made my way up to Kawartha Lakes to spend four blissful days in the middle of nowhere with nothing but my love, the lake, and the trees. During my stay it so happened to be four of the hottest days yet this year. Needless to say, I spent the majority of my

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  • Arrows beat Braves to face A’s in first round

    Arrows beat Braves to face A’s in first round

    SIX NATIONS — With some of their star players off with the Iroquois Nationals to the World Lacrosse Championships, the Six Nations Arrows closed out the regular season schedule with two wins, 13-10, Sunday over the Kitchener Waterloo Braves after a 16-4 win over the last place Barrie Lakeshores, Friday night in Barrie. Those four

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  • Deja vu – I-Nats blocked from World Games again

    Deja vu – I-Nats blocked from World Games again

    SIX NATIONS — Once again, Haudenosaunee passport issues have blocked the Iroquois Nationals from participating in the World Lacrosse Championships, as happened in 2010. They were to leave Toronto Tuesday as a team for Israel where this year’s games are to be held for the first time. After being delayed at Person air-port, they decided,

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  • Razor ready for redemption

    Razor ready for redemption

    COLLINGWOOD — Six Nations’ Professional boxer Karl “Razor “ Hess and Black-Eye-Boxing Club Super-Heavyweight, Carl “Warhog” Hudson, will be in Collingwood July 21st promoted by United Boxing Promotions. For Hess it will be a fight for redemption as he tries to erase all memories of the loss he suffered in his first Super-Welterweight fight in

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