NLL 2022 Expansion Draft update

By TRT Staff with notes from NLL.com The NLL has released the list of protected rosters ahead of the Las Vegas Desert Dogs expansion draft…

Presenting sponsor for the 2022 Ontario Summer Indigenous Games announced

By TRT Staff with notes from osig.iswo.ca International Experience Canada steps up to the plate, for the first major sport event hosted by Indigenous Sport…

Baby stars, dancing galaxies: NASA shows new cosmic views

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A sparkling landscape of baby stars. A foamy blue and orange view of a dying star. Five galaxies in a cosmic…

FNHMA to launch “RISE Against Racism” campaign

Accessing quality health services can be a stressful experience. Anti-Indigenous racism in Canada’s health systems, such as discriminatory language in interactions with patients and negative stereotyping that…

Attempted arson

SIX NATIONS — Police say they are investigating after a business on Sixth Line reported an attempted arson at their automotive business. In a statement,…

Brantford calls on governments to settle land claim, share tax revenues with Six Nations

BRANTFORD — At the July 5 City of Brantford’s Committee of the Whole meeting, Mayor Kevin Davis put forward a motion calling for the federal…

Six Nations mourns passing of former councillor Lillian Montour

Six Nations is remembering former councillor Lillian Montour, who was heavily involved in the community throughout her life. She served on Six Nations Fair Board,…

Indigenous artists will be highlighted at this year’s Festival of Friends

The Festival of Friends, an annual celebration of music, food and fun at Hamilton’s Gage Park, is celebrating Indigenous talent for one day during its…

Pow Wow Committee addresses misinformation; “we did not get kicked out of Chiefswood Park”

OHSWEKEN — No, they were not kicked out of Chiefswood Park. This from Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow Committee member Charlene Bomberry Tuesday…

Fraud calls trouble Six Nations residents

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police are alerting the public about a fraud scam by someone claiming to be a Six Nations Police officer. In a…

Chief condemns “divide and conquer” tactics by provincial bureaucrats, says they are confusing municipalities, harming Six Nations

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Chief Mark Hill sent a letter to municipalities along the Haldimand Tract, saying the elected council…

PRESS RELEASE: GRAND BACK PROJECT IS PRESERVING HISTORY FOR POSTERITY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (July 11, 2022) ⟶ Grand Back is a website that provides online resources for Grand River Mohawk legal posterity. Here, you can…

Demonstrators recognize Canada Day with march to former residential school

BRANTFORD — For the second year in a row, there was a sea of orange in Brantford on Canada Day to remind the world that…

Indigenous led supportive housing can be transformative

By Lauren Brown, Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi and Julia O’Quinn Look to any urban centre in Canada and you will find First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI)…

Brantford Minor Lacrosse receives complaint for anti-Indigenous comment

BRANTFORD — Last weekend, the Brantford Warriors Minor Lacrosse Association received a complaint from an Indigenous St. Catharines U17 player. The complaint included a report…