Look out, C-10 passes through Senate

OTTAWA – The controversial Bill C-10, which has potential to negatively impact the economy of many First Nations communities, passed third reading Thursday morning. The…

Haudenosaune Confederacy Council issue Official Statement on Bill C-10

SIX NATIONS – The Haudenosaune Confederacy Council, the authentic governing body of the Six Nations people, released an official statement yesterday on Bill C-10, saying…

Chiefs of Ontario reject Bill C-10; criminalization of indigenous tobacco trade

Toronto, ON (June 10, 2014) — The Chiefs of Ontario are calling the latest Conservative bill a direct attack on the livelihood of First Nations…

So what’s the fuss with Tobacco?

Just about everyone has heard about the recent “largest tobacco bust” in North American history. There is nary a media source that is reporting all…

Coalition to Stop Bill C-10 marches forward

On Sunday April 27, 2014 the Coalition to Stop Bill C-10 held a successful meeting with some 40 people from about a dozen different organizations…

Coalition created to fight Bill C-10

TORONTO – A coalition has been formed against the Harper Government’s Bill C-10 (an act to criminalize Native tobacco). The coalition is currently comprised of…

Bill C-10 from the perspective of two lawyers

Last Saturday, concerned members of the community packed the hall at Six Nations Polytech to listen to various speakers discuss Bill C-10 and what will…

Jock Hill on Bill C-10

SIX NATIONS - Two Tow Times met with Haudenosaunee Confederacy Secretary “Jock” Hill to talk about the pending bill C-10 and it’s implications on all…

Brant promises direct action if no inquiry

SIX NATIONS – Tyendinaga Mohawk activist Shawn Brant was at Six Nations Polytechnic Saturday afternoon as part of a Two Tow Times sponsored talk on…

Local smoke shop owner discusses Bill C-10

The Two Row Times spoke with a storeowner for a smoke shop on Six Nations who identifies as Mohawk and wished to remain anonymous.