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    Classic Customs takes the rust off and more

    SIX NATIONS – Darcy Powless has been repairing and restoring cars on Six Nations since 2010 and wants to continue serving the community and surrounding areas for years to come. Darcy is the owner of Classics to Customs Autobody on Six Nations and first got hooked into auto repairs and...
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    TNT’s food is still dynamite

    SIX NATIONS – The owners of TNT restaurant in Ohsweken are proud of their history, their loyal customers, and the awesome food they continue to serve up for the community. “We’ve been in business since 1989,” said Bonnie Hill, who is currently overseeing and running the fast-food restaurant in...
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    Pottery makers potting seeds of culture

    By Victor Martisius Culture, family and passion are the driving forces behind Cindy Henhawk and her partner in pottery Judi Henhawk Sault’s business, Anthony Pottery. “I don’t just love it, it’s a part of me. It’s me.” said Cindy, the owner and founder of Santhony Pottery. Santhony Pottery of...
  • Todd Monture, owner of C & S Water Systems (left) stands with members of the team. C & S Water has been in business since 1994. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    C & S Water: to Serve and Refresh

    SIX NATIONS – Todd Monture keeps his business as simple as he can simply because it works. “We keep it simple here. Simple works,” said Todd, owner of C & S Water Systems in Six Nations. Todd and his team have been distributing water to Six Nations and other...
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    MJ’s Diner: three and a half years and still going strong

    NEW CREDIT – If you’re craving a homemade, tasty, and better than the average diner meal, served in a friendly, clean environment, MJ’s Diner is the place to go. Rhonda Johnson first wet her feet in the food industry when she started up a small catering side-business several years...
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    Entrepreneurial spirit alive and cooking at Gillies Pizza

    BRANTFORD – “There seemed to be a vacancy in fast food and pizza parlours servicing Eagle Place,” says Six Nations Onondaga Turtle Clan member, Vince “Vinnie” Gilchrist of his families owned and operated business venture, Gillies Pizza and Wings, located at 207 Erie Ave. in Eagle Place/Brantford. Vinnie and...
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    Sewing up inspiration

    OHSWEKEN – Judy Taylor remembers learning how to sew by making doll clothes out of newspaper cuttings from her grandmother and has since turned her passion into a thriving business. “I love the sense of accomplishment,” said Judy. “I taught myself how to read a pattern, create my own...
  • Marilyn Frank, one of the original owners of G & M Sportswear, hangs this sweater in her workspace. It’s the last article of clothing her mother Grace made before she passed away four months after the business opened 21 years ago. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    It’s worth a drive out to G & M

    SIX NATIONS – Having just celebrated 21 years of business on Six Nations, owner of G & M Sports and Workwear Marilyn Frank is keeping her mother’s dream of operating a business on Six Nations alive and strong. “My mom Grace and I opened up the business back in...
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    Hand-made moccasins from New Mexico

    By Tiffany Thomas ALBUQUERQUE – LL Designs is a U.S Company based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Lloree is an Arikara, Hidatsa & White Earth Chippewa artist and has been making hand crafted beaded moccasins for the last 15 years! LLoree is originally from Ft. Berthold Indian Reservation located...
  • Leenie Hill, looking busy at her shop in the Ohsweken Village Plaza. Hill owns Flowers by Leenie and is looking to expand some of her services in the near future. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Where flowers bloom, so does hope

    OHSWEKEN – Leenie Hill puts a lot of hard work in her flower business and you can tell she puts a lot of heart in too. Owner of Flowers By Leenie, Hill has been around the pretty, multi-colour blossoms for as long as she can remember and has always...
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    Dream big: Local business continues to grow

    SIX NATIONS – Monica Tammy Staats is the face behind MTS Native Services (MTS) and is a great example of what it means to use the resources around you to make a life for yourself. MTS is a design, printing and finishing company that provides more than just the...
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    Sweet Spot hits the spot

    OHSWEKEN – The Sweet Spot is more than just a smoothie or juice bar, it was created to help empower people to change their lifestyles. “I started this business because I wanted to help people change the way they think about their health and lifestyle,” said Denise McQueen, part-owner...
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