Conference discusses the aboriginal cancer journey

SARNIA, ON – Around 19 Aboriginal communities gathered in at the Maawn Doosh Guming Community Centre in Sarnia last Friday for the Aboriginal Cancer Journey,…

Rekindling our fires

Volunteers pose after working hard building a lodge which will house a sacred fire. The group, called Rekindling our Fires, hopes that the sacred fire…

Correction: Archaeology and history of Tutela Heights

Misquoted in November 4 story I am writing about an article that you published in the Nov. 4, 2015 issue of Two Row Times. It…

Mohawk Council of Kahnawake “outraged and concerned” over Montreal’s sewage dump

At 12:01 Wednesday, November 11, Montreal will begin to dump up to eight billion litres of untreated, raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River. Denis…

Adidas to help high schools drop Native American mascots

One of the biggest athletic shoe and apparel makers, Adidas, recently announced it will provide free design resources to any US schools looking to shelve…

Engage: Play as a form of decolonization

Uarhukua is an ancient game that resembles modern day street hockey but was played by indigenous people in South Western Mexico 3,000 years ago. Ancient…

Natural ways to alleviate anxiety

No one is immune to anxiety, which can be triggered by a number of factors. Many people who deal with anxiety can trace their episodes…

Brantford teacher faces sexual abuse charges

BRANTFORD, ON – A male teacher at Brantford Collegiate Institute is facing charges regarding several sexual offences after a student came forward with a report…

Discussing reconciliation at Champions for Change conference

SIX NATIONS ‑ Truth and Reconciliation Commission Chair, Justice Murray Sinclair was keynote speaker at the Champions for Change Indigenous Education Conference hosted at Six…

Arson Activity Decreased Halloween & Devils Night but increase in Motor Vehicle Collisions

Media Bulletin from Six Nations Firefighters SIX NATIONS, ON – Halloween and the night before Halloween which has commonly become known as “Devils Night “is…

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation opens its doors

WINNIPEG/SIX NATIONS – An archive created to preserve the memory of Canada’s residential school system will launch its official opening on Wednesday afternoon, housing millions…

U-19 Iroquois Nationals open tryouts coming

The Iroquois National Lacrosse Program will begin open tryouts for the U-19 Iroquois Nationals on November 14th and 15th at the Nichols School in Buffalo,…

Youth Empowerment Summit for Six Nations Youth Returns with Earl Lambert

It might have been wet and cold last Saturday, but Thru The RedDoor studios was full of bright, enthusiastic Six Nations youth learning about creative…

Playing With Nature

My steel rocket playground was of poor quality when I was a kid, but it didn’t matter anyway because all of my friends were out…

2nd Annual Six Nations Zombie Run raises thousands for local family

Community members gathered within Chiefswood Park to enjoy the Second Annual Zombie Run on Saturday, October 24. This year, the fundraiser helped baby Aysia Patterson,…