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  • Updates for Day 2 in Six Nations state of emergency

    Updates for Day 2 in Six Nations state of emergency

    OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Emergency Control Group says while the community of Six Nations remains in a state of emergency, the water levels have been reported to be receding. Six Nations Public Works has begun inspection and repairs of roads where flood waters have receded. Fourth Line West from Seneca Road to Bateman Line and

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  • “This is a dangerous situation”, Brantford mayor says. “Stay away from the river.”

    “This is a dangerous situation”, Brantford mayor says. “Stay away from the river.”

    BRANTFORD — Brantford Mayor Chris Friel has a stern warning for city residents to stay away from the flood waters overflowing the Grand River. “Stay away from the river. Stay away from the evacuated areas if a road is closed do not move the pylon to go down and take pictures. This is not a

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  • Six Nations and Brantford declare state of emergency due to flood

    Six Nations and Brantford declare state of emergency due to flood

    BRANTFORD – Both Six Nations of the Grand River and The City of Brantford declared a state of emergency Wednesday after several areas had to be evacuated due to rising water levels of the Grand River. The Elected Council says residents from 744 Fourth Line West to Bateman Line are most at risk to experience

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  • Ohero:kon “Under the Husk” to begin fourth year on Six Nations

    Ohero:kon “Under the Husk” to begin fourth year on Six Nations

    SIX NATIONS – Returning and new participants in the youth rites of passage program Ohero:kon “Under the Husk,” were able to register to begin or to resume their journeys into adulthood on Sunday, February 18, at the Dajoh Youth and Elders Building. The program showed great success with youth in Akwesasne Territory where it began

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  • Two Row Times launches indigenous education magazine

    Two Row Times launches indigenous education magazine

    SIX NATIONS – The first edition of the Aspire Magazine hit printers in early February and is now available for young indigenous post-secondary students to read and view topics ranging from culture shock to tips on surviving freshman year. Understanding the struggles met by young indigenous people in post-secondary was the initial step of the

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  • Elections for District 5 Councillor this weekend

    Elections for District 5 Councillor this weekend

    SIX NATIONS — Two candidates are preparing for a one district by-election this weekend to take the place of the late District 5 Councillor Robert (Bob) E. Johnson. Johnson, who served as the director of Gane Yohs community health centre for more than 30 years before his term with Six Nations Elected Council, passed in

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  • Flood Warning updated for entire Grand River watershed

    Flood Warning updated for entire Grand River watershed

    A warm front accompanied by heavy rainfall moved into the Grand River watershed on Monday evening, and will persist through Wednesday. Temperatures associated with this weather system are forecast to reach 13 degrees late Tuesday afternoon and remain elevated overnight before declining rapidly through the day Wednesday. Rainfall totals of 20 to 30 mm have

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  • Landscape of Nations 360 degrees launches

    Landscape of Nations 360 degrees launches

    SIX NATIONS – The Woodland Cultural Centre is pleased to announce the launch of Landscape of Nations 360°: A National Education Initiative. The Initiative will design and implement educational programs intended to convey and enhance the meaning and messages of Landscape of Nations: The Six Nations & Native Allies Commemorative Memorial that was dedicated on

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  • Adding Indigenous name to controversial PEI site an ‘insult’: Mi’kmaq leader

    Adding Indigenous name to controversial PEI site an ‘insult’: Mi’kmaq leader

    By Adina Bresge with files from Michael MacDonald (CP) CHARLOTTETOWN — A member of the Mi’kmaq Nation traditional government says adding an Indigenous name to a Prince Edward Island historic site that bears the name of a controversial British general is a “grave insult” to his people. John Joe Sark said he is unsatisfied with

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  • ’60s Scoop group educates survivors, pushes rejection of federal settlement

    ’60s Scoop group educates survivors, pushes rejection of federal settlement

    The Canadian Press  OTTAWA — Dozens of people gathered in an Ottawa community centre Monday to learn more about the federal government’s proposed multimillion-dollar settlement for survivors of the ’60s Scoop _ and why they should reject it. The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network arranged the information session to scrutinize the $800-million deal,

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