Residential school survivors didn’t want to ‘wear’ decision to raise flag: documents

OTTAWA — Documents show some residential school survivors told Ottawa they didn’t want to “wear” a decision to raise the Canadian flag, as the government…

Arrows just shy of opening win

SIX NATIONS —The Six Nations Junior A Arrows welcomed the St. Catharines Athletics to the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Monday, May 24, for their season…

Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs earn season opener win at home

For the first game of the Major Series Lacrosse season, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs hosted the Brooklin Lacrosse Club at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena…

Fred Saskamoose Tournament has Haudenosaunee representation

SASKATOON — The Fred Sasakamoose “Chief Thunderstick” National Hockey Championship in Saskatoon took place over last weekend. This year, the Six Nations Ironmen were one…

NLL play-offs see Bandits advance, again

By TRT Staff with notes from NLL.com PHILADELPHIA — The Buffalo Bandits held on late to win the Eastern Conference Finals over the Toronto Rock,…

Rebels showcase improvements at home and away

SIX NATIONS — On Friday, May 20, the Six Nations Junior B Rebels hosted the Guelph Regals at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena for their ninth…

Six Nations students combine dance and education

In another testament to Six Nations Polytechnic’s ingenuity, the school’s STEAM Academy students are now wowing audiences through dance, after an exciting performance at the…

Six Nations on alert after youth approached by stranger in Ohsweken

The community is on high alert after a suspicious male asked a local elementary school students if they needed a ride while the student was…

New Credit Fellowship Centre collected nearly 6000 lbs of food donations

The New Credit Fellowship Centre collected nearly 6000 lbs of food donations during a campaign held on Saturday. Church pastors Ken and Sonya Sault said…

MCFN man wins Archaeology award

The Canadian Archaeology Association has named Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation member Jordan Jamieson the 2022 recipient of the Margaret and James F. Pendergast…

School in Brantford to be named for Six Nations nurse

BRANTFORD — Grand Erie District School Board’s Ryerson Heights Elementary School is set to become Edith Monture Elementary School, honouring the Ohsweken-born World War I…

One quarter of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools have grave searches underway

In total, across Canada, 2207 unmarked graves of indigenous children have been discovered outside of Indian Residential Schools since the 1970s. A total of 479…

Ontario U18 Mens Team wins gold at NAHC 2022

MEMBERTOU, NOVA SCOTIA — Hockey teams from across Canada eagerly joined in the returning National Aboriginal Hockey Tournament from May 7 – 14. The tournament…

NLL update, transactions and end of season awards announcement

By TRT Staff with notes from NLL.com As playoffs continue for the National Lacrosse League, the standings place both East and West in tight contention:…

Rebels continue growing pains

SIX NATIONS — With many new faces across the league, the contention for standings within the Junior B division is high. And the Six Nations…