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  • Ancient ship wreckage discovered

    Ancient ship wreckage discovered

    BARRIE — An international team of divers has discovered the wreckage of a ship in Georgian Bay that disappeared more than 100 years ago. Officials say the ship vanished during a storm in 1906 with 30 people onboard. Only one persons body was found after that storm. Researchers have been looking for the wreckage for

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  • Man self-inflicts stab wound after argument with roommate

    Man self-inflicts stab wound after argument with roommate

    SIX NATIONS – Six Nations Police attended a First Line Road address Monday afternoon in response to a report of a man who had been stabbed in the chest. There they found a 48 year old male with an 18 inch machete sticking out of his torso, approximately 8-10 inches inside the male’s stomach. Police

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  • Police seeking suspect who fled crash scene

    Police seeking suspect who fled crash scene

    SIX NATIONS: Six Nations Police say they are looking for information after a woman was sideswiped on Sixth Line Monday evening. The woman was travelling on Sixth Line, west of Onondaga Road when she said she was hit by another vehicle that crossed the centre lane. The woman, who was travelling with her infant child,

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  • Who benefits when the AFN speaks on behalf of us all?

    Who benefits when the AFN speaks on behalf of us all?

    Mainstream media, Indian and Northern Affairs and the Assembly of First Nations are complicit in their attempt to take the last strongholds of the original people of this land. In the recent AFN forum, Ontario chiefs called for a “halt” to the Recognition of Rights and Implementation Framework legislation currently being proposed by Trudeau’s Liberal

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  • Canada says B.C. Indigenous basket making an event of historic significance

    Canada says B.C. Indigenous basket making an event of historic significance

    VICTORIA — Matilda Borden liked to pour a cup of tea to display her basket making expertise, proving her cups made from material gathered in British Columbia’s forests were watertight, says her granddaughter Brenda Crabtree. Not one drop would leak, recalls Crabtree, who is also a basket-making artist and Aboriginal programs director at Emily Carr

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  • Historicity reaches the Woodland Cultural Centre

    Historicity reaches the Woodland Cultural Centre

    BRANTFORD — The Woodland Cultural Centre [WCC] opened its newest glimpse into history with the Historicity Exhibit by New York based Artist Alan Michelson in the evening of Saturday, September 15. Michelson, an internationally recognized artist, lecturer, curator, writer and Six Nations member, presented the collection of works as part of new and recent new-media

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  • Jeremy Dutcher wins Polaris prize for ‘Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa’

    Jeremy Dutcher wins Polaris prize for ‘Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa’

    TORONTO — Jeremy Dutcher has won the 2018 Polaris Music Prize for his album “Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa.” The project, which is performed in the Wolastoq language, was selected by an 11-member jury as the Canadian album of the year based on its artistic merit. The winner receives a $50,000 cash prize and heightened awareness for their

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  • The new wave of colonization

    The new wave of colonization

    Colonization may have started with blankets and guns but it is still an on-going effort by modern day colonizers such as Ford to strip Indigenous peoples of our identity and thereby strip us of our traditional territories. Modern day colonialism has become a psychological attack against our people and the war is waging everyday inside

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  • The Frederick Haldimand discussion

    The Frederick Haldimand discussion

    SIX NATIONS — Last week we published an article asking the question if Sir Frederick Haldimand we in fact a friend of Six Nations or a foe. We received responses and opened lively discussion amongst our readers, which was quite educational indeed. For those that missed it, the entire article is on our website at tworowtimes.com.

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  • Montour eager to start new season

    Montour eager to start new season

    ANAHEIM — In his second season with the Ducks, Brandon Montour went from exciting prospect to bonafide top-six defenceman. His rookie season set a high bar. After making his debut, the Brantford, Ontario native collected six points and an impressive plus-11 as the team made its run to the Western Conference Final. His blend of

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