A day to enjoy each other’s company

The age-old Bread and Cheese tradition is a day for community members from near and far to enjoy each other’s company. The annual event, which…

Six Nations to partner with Ontario on battery storage projects

Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation is set to become the largest Indigenous holder of energy projects in North America. SNGRDC announced last…

Breaking Bread with Police Chief Robert A. Davis

In the midst of the Bread and Cheese Day festivities, a brief yet consequential rendezvous unfolded beneath the iconic Two Row Times sign. Benjamin Doolittle,…

Sun shoots out biggest solar flare in nearly a decade, but Earth should be safe this time

By: Marcia Dunn CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The sun produced its biggest flare in nearly a decade Tuesday, just days after severe solar storms…

Tourmaline pledges $300k to Indspire

Indspire announced that Tourmaline, Canada’s largest natural gas producer, has renewed its commitment to supporting Indigenous education in Canada with a contribution of $300,000 spread…

40-year-old dies in car crash over weekend

  The identity of a person who died in a fatal collision over the weekend is not being released. Six Nations Police responded to a…

OPP assisting Six Nations in death investigation on Fourth Line Road

The OPP are assisting the Six Nations Police in a death investigation after a person with life-threatening injuries was discovered on Fourth Line Road last…

Six Nations Police investigating discovery of body on Second Line

Six Nations Police are investigating after the discovery of a body on Second Line Road April 12. Police and fire were called to an area…

5 inspirational gifts for Mother’s Day (440 words, US, UK, CAN)

Mother’s Day is celebrated on Sunday, May 12, 2024. Mother’s Day is devoted to expressing love and showering praise on mothers, step-mothers and any other…

The global scope of violence against women

Dating back to social media usage that began in 2006, the social movement often referred to as “#MeToo” has done much to draw attention to…

Coyote attacks reported near Oneida, Munsee-Delaware and Chippewa of the Thames

Friends and family are reporting that packs of coyotes are attacking people near the three First Nations by London, Ont., – Oneida Nation of the…

Arrows host first ever charity Alumni game

Saturday night the Six Nations Junior A Arrows brought back some of their alumni players for a fun night of lacrosse at the Iroquois Lacrosse…

Helping build more homes, faster in Northern Ontario

With federal funding and federal leadership, the Government of Canada and several First Nations are changing how housing gets built in communities. With a greater…

First Light St. John’s Friendship Centre receives funding to support revitalization of Indigenous languages

The Government of Canada provides $567,875 for Indigenous language programming and $195,000 for audiovisual equipment and accessibility improvements ST. JOHN’S, NL, March 26, 2024 /CNW/ – For 30 years, the First Light St.…

Corvairs prepare for second round against Hamilton Kilty B’s

CALEDONIA — To recap, the Caledonia Pro-fit Corvairs made positive waves after hitting the ice on Saturday, March 2, to face the Welland Jr. Canadians.…