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  • Pups patrol SN Marketplace

    Pups patrol SN Marketplace

    SIX NATIONS – Paw Patrol search and rescue dogs Marshall, Chase and Skye visited the Six Nations Marketplace on Tuesday, March 20, to offer families and children of all ages an opportunity to snap a keepsake photo with the trio. Owner of the SN Marketplace John General said that this type of communal attraction showcases

  • NASA shortlists Western co-led project for future launch to Saturn’s largest moon

    NASA shortlists Western co-led project for future launch to Saturn’s largest moon

    NASA has shortlisted a revolutionary strategy, co-led by a Western University planetary scientist, for a future launch mission that could see a drone-like quadcopter buzz above the surface of Saturn’s largest moon. The Dragonfly project would take advantage of Titan’s dense, calm atmosphere to fly from site to site to analyse the massive moon’s chemistry,

  • Do settled land claims count as reconciliation?

    One of Ontario’s First Nations has finally settled an outstanding land claim. As part of the settlement Mitaanjigamiing will have 1656 hectares added to their reserve and a financial compensation package including $23 million from Canada and $1.8 million from Ontario. The negotiated agreement settles the Treaty Land Entitlement claim by providing land owed to the community under the terms of Treaty

  • Election Code change

    Election Code change

    Over the past few months, there has been a lot of talk in the community about revising the present Election Code which was established in 1995 and I found it interesting that your recent editorial spoke to these same ideas that have been discussed in the community. In the fall of last year – 2017,

  • Razor disappointed but not disheartened

    Razor disappointed but not disheartened

    BRANTFORD – There is still some disappointment in Karl “theRazor” Hess’ voice two days after losing his professional boxing debut, Saturday night at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga to Mexican fighter, Mario Orozco. Or maybe it was the laboured breathing that I heard in his voice. The truth is, it was a little of both. Hess trained hard, got

  • Lil’ NHL winners for 2018

    Lil’ NHL winners for 2018

    MISSISSAUGA – Six Nations Minor Hockey showed well at the lil’ NHL, all-indigenous hockey tournament in Mississauga over the March Break. More than 200 teams representing reserves from throughout Ontario competed in what has become the premier all-indigenous minor hockey tournament in Canada. This year’s tournament attracted a record number of teams, 209 in all,

  • March Breaks Open for Language

    March Breaks Open for Language

    OHSWEKEN – A March Break Language and Culture Camp being held at the Six Nations Polytechnic is utilizing the week to help instill Haudenosaunee language and culture for participating youth interested in learning Mohawk or Cayuga. The camp began on Monday, March 12 and will continue until Friday and Assistant Project Coordinator at Deyohaha:ge Language

  • 10 signs of Colon Cancer

    10 signs of Colon Cancer

    Colon Cancer implies the presence of cancerous tumours in the colon or rectum. Being the third most commonly occurring form of cancer across the world, it usually begins with small, non-benign polyps, which may turn cancerous on remaining unchecked. Regular colonoscopies may help detect these polyps before they become lethal. Even if they have turned cancerous and

  • When life throws rocks at you, make lemonade donuts

    When life throws rocks at you, make lemonade donuts

    HAMILTON – Monster Donuts, one of several businesses affected by vandals in early March, responded with a tongue-in-cheek donut summing up how they feel about the incident; when life throws rocks at you, make a lemonade donut sprinkled with broken sugar shards. In response to the self-appointed group “The Ungovernables’” vandalism, Monster Donuts made a

  • Indigenous activist/author Dr. Lynn Gehl at Laurier in Lecture series

    Indigenous activist/author Dr. Lynn Gehl at Laurier in Lecture series

    BRANTFORD – A Brantford and area citizens group known as Friends and Neighbours of Woodland Cultural Centre and Save the Evidence have been educating non-indigenous people about the Residential Schools area and how that reflects on the people of Six Nations and of Brantford. The organization, now with 40 members, and the direction of the



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