Rhymes for Young Ghouls to premiere this week

Mik’maq director Jeff Barnaby’s debut feature film ‘Rhymes for Young Ghouls’ makes its’ theatrical debut this Friday at Cineplex Young & Dundas in Toronto.

Toronto show rocks the tar sands

Veronica Johnny of The Johnnys band,originally from Fort Chipewyan, held a benefit concert for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Legal Defense Fund at the Rivoli…

Indigenous Youth from across Ontario gather at Polytech

This weekend the Six Nations community hosted the Chiefs of Ontario’s Indigenous Youth Engagement Forum, a leadership conference for Ongwehon:we youth.

Sixties Scoop documentary to be released later this year

Each adoptees story is unique yet has horrific similarities: being taken away from their parents as young children and placed into non-Native foster homes where…

Bruce Cockburn a Canadian legend and Native Rights activist

BRANTFORD – Legendary troubadour Bruce Cockburn brings 40 years and 31 albums of insightful lyrics and masterful guitar work to the Brantford Sanderson Centre for…

Ongwehowe talent nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Six Nations very own Cheri Maracle got some great news this week; the talented actress is nominated by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television…

Commemorative moccasin vamps on display in Parry Sound

The national exhibit, Walking With Our Sisters, which honours Canada's missing and murdered indigenous women in a stunning array of over 1700 donated moccasin vamps,…

Artifacts of Residential Schools to be used in national memorial

A national monument commemorating the dark legacy of the Indian Residential School System and its devastating effects on indigenous identity is in the works.

Florida High School gives racist pow-wow lesson to pre-schoolers

A racist video depicting caucasian youth impersonating a pow-wow is circulating around the internet this week and landed in the hands of indigenous media.

A good old fashioned Indian Donut recipe

'Nu-Yah' is fast approaching and is synonymous with Indian Donuts here on Six. This is one I am settled on although I have been known…

Artist Profile: Skawennati – Kahnawake Mohawk

In our generation, Mohawk artist Skawennati has arguably been the most instrumental Haudenosaunee person bringing an Indigenous perspective to the forefront of multimedia and popular…

Local Hip Hop artists take to the stage at Club NV for Feather and Rosary Tour

Three Six Nations hip hop recording artists Colt 45, Deya and Scrivenz Tha Don took to the stage last week as part of Joey Stylez’…

A Tribe Called Red holds open auditions tomorrow for first ever music video

OPEN CASTING CALL - We are looking for female, Aboriginal dancers to feature in A Tribe Called Red's first ever music video.

Indigenous theatre celebrates Weesageechak festival

Toronto - Native Earth Performing Arts (NEPA) celebrates local Indigenous theatre with the 26th annual Weesageechak Begins to Dance festival.

Youth Conference stirs emotions and makes an impact

The Sanderson Centre was packed with over 400 Six Nations youth from Grades 7-12 last week for the P.A.R.T.Y. Program - Preventing Alcohol and Risk-Related…