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    Elected Chief Hill says Ontario Fair Hydro Plan a step towards reconcilliation

    TORONTO — First Nation leaders say the announcement from Premier Kathleen Wynne committing to eliminate hydro delivery charges for on-reserve citizens, among other benefits, will provide significant financial relief to First Nation communities while strengthening the Political Accord between the Province and First Nations. “Each one of our community...
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    Marilyn Q & A:

      TRT: When did you first open the store? Marilyn: October 1995. My mom, Grace VanEvery, and me opened the store. I’ve been in the business 21 years.   TRT: How many employees have you had over the years? Marilyn: I took in a lot of co-op students to...
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    Missing youth from Youth Lodge

    OHSWEKEN — On Wednesday March 1st, 2017, at 9:42 P.M., the Six Nations Police received a report of a missing youth from 35 Sunrise Court in Ohsweken. Police spoke with an employee at the Youth Lodge who identified the male youth as Xavier Lewis, 14 years old. Lewis had...
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    EDT to invest $1.5 million in 2017

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Trust (EDT) announced the 2017 call for applications near the end of February. In 2017, the EDT will invest $1.5 million into the Six Nations Community. Applications will be available starting March 6 with a deadline of April...
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    Benefits of shopping locally

    SIX NATIONS – Buying products from an independent, locally owned business instead of a large national company means more of your money remains within the community and strengthens its economic base. When a consumer supports local business owners, they enjoy benefits that aren’t found when shopping at large chains....
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    Dead raccoon found on SN with rabies

    SIX NATIONS – On February 23, 2017 The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) notified Six Nations Wildlife Program and Animal Control Services that a deceased raccoon originating from the Grand River Territory tested positive for rabies. The specimen was collected as road kill by Six Nations Animal...
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    On Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, at 4:00 P.M., a 27 year old male was admitted to West Haldimand General Hospital believed to be a victim of an assault. O.P.P. officers attended the hospital and learned that the residents of a house on Tuscarora Road had found the male victim...
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    Preliminary trials scheduled for man charged with Feb. 2016 shooting death

    HAMILTON – Preliminary trial dates have been scheduled for Peter Khill, the man charged with the second-degree murder of Jon Styres. Khill was 26 years old on the day of the incident and Styres was 29 years old. Styres was found dead on Feb. 4, 2016. Police say the...
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    New album proceeds given to Save the Evidence

    The Woodland Cultural Centre would like to give a big thank you to Gail Obediah, Singer and Songwriter, for donating a portion of the proceeds from her CD Release to the Save the Evidence campaign. The campaign is raising funds to renovate and repair the historical Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School building....
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    Hamilton Legal Clinic to Share Reconciliation Report

    “Reconciliation is not an aboriginal problem, it is a Canadian problem. It involves all of us,” said Justice Murray Sinclair. The Hamilton Community Legal Clinic (HCLC) is releasing a report that responds to the view expressed above by Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. It...
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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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