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    Fentanyl: 50 to 100 times more toxic than morphine

    SIX NATIONS – Fentanyl is a synthetic opiate narcotic most commonly prescribed to cancer patients in a lot of pain and was designed for a specific purpose. For the past number of years Ontario has seen a rise in fentanyl related injuries and deaths. It is a drug that...
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    The Canadian Invation of Haudenosaunee Territory

    6. The Canadian Invasion of Haudenosaunee Territory Charles Stewart, the new Superintendent of Indian Affairs under the MacKenzie King administration, does not seem to have understood the political complexity of the office he was charged with at first. What happened next illustrates the illusory nature of representative government in...
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    Water watchers to seek better deal

    On January 18, 2017, the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (Ministry) posted on the Environmental Registry for a 60-day review and comment period a regulation proposing a regulatory charge on water bottling facilities. The proposed charge would apply to water bottling facilities taking groundwater in accordance with a permit...
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    Let your flowers speak for themselves, Put a colour to your relationship this Valentine’s Day

    TORONTO – Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to show your significant other, family or friend just how special they are. Flowers have a long history of being the ideal gift whether you are celebrating 30 years of marriage, have just started to date someone, or want to show...
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    The Huadenosuanee pt. 2

    3. The Haudenosaunee Relationship with British North America The particular indigenous people involved in the League of Nations application had a long and complex involvement in North American colonial development. By the 1920s, the seat of government for the Canadian branch of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy was on a territory...
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    AFOA Canada recognizes two women in aboriginal leadership

    OTTAWA – AFOA Canada (formerly the Aboriginal Financial Officer Association of Canada) is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of the MNP-AFOA Canada Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Award who will be recognized Thursday, February 9th during the AFOA 17th Annual National Conference at The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Calgary. The MNP-AFOA Canada Excellence in...
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    Laurier to celebrate campus diversity with Hall of Nations

    Brantford – Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus is celebrating its diversity with the grand opening of its Hall of Nations, Feb. 15 in the Davis Fuels Walkway. “Laurier is a home away from home for many students, and the Hall of Nations acknowledges the country of origin of our...
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    Motorists must stop for school buses

    SIX NATIONS – It may be time to remind motorists of the law regarding school buses, after a recent incident involving a school bus and a passing motorist was brought to the Two Row Time’s attention. The incident occurred when a local child was exiting the school bus, lights...
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    SNP hosts MPP Matthews and MPP Levac

    OHSWEKEN – Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) welcomed the Honourable Deb Matthews, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development and Deputy Premier to the school on January 24. “Our government has made a clear commitment to increase our efforts to help indigenous learners get the education and training they need,”...
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    Club from Oliver M. Smith makes difference in Save the Evidence Campaign

    OHSWEKEN – Representatives from the “We Stand” Club at Oliver M. Smith Kawenni:io Elementary School present Jessica Powless, Outreach Coordinator at the Woodland Cultural Centre, with a cheque for $184 for the Save The Evidence campaign. The “We Stand” Club is a social awareness and advocacy club that works...
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    Trump signs order potentially reviving Keystone XL , DAPL pipelines

    By Nahnda Garlow with CP files WASHINGTON — The Keystone XL pipeline is alive — maybe. Trump revived hopes for the dormant project Tuesday. He signed an executive order that could build the Alberta-to-Texas pipeline, the subject of a multi-year saga that cast a long shadow on bilateral relations....
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    Flood watch terminated but river levels remain high

    GRAND RIVER – Moderate melting temperatures along with some rainfall is forecast throughout the coming week. River flows are expected to remain above normal as runoff recedes from the weather event last week. An ice jam is still in place in the Grand River through Cayuga, although water levels...
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