Excessive social media use during the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated adolescent mental health challenges

Excessive social media use during the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated adolescent mental health challenges   By Emma G Duerden, Canada Research Chair, Neuroscience & Learning Disorders,…

New Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations worked alongside Six Nations residents to install water treatment systems

  New Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Gary Anandasangaree has a massive job ahead of him, steering the Canadian ship into a new era of reconciliation…

Two Row Times files a motion to stay libel claim by HDI, hearing set for 2024

In 1991, the HCCC publicly declared they were asserting eight points of sovereign jurisdiction over Haudenosaunee affairs: among them the jurisdiction over The Great Law…

“And so, the people are afraid”: A discussion with the Men’s Fire about standing up to the HCCC and HDI

Rotiskerekete is a disputed term. Some say it means, ‘they carry the soil’. Some say it means ‘they carry the red/ochre’ or ‘they carry the…

Wildfire preparedness and response must include planning for unhoused people and other vulnerable populations

By Holly Mathias, PhD student, School of Public Health, University of Alberta and Ashleigh Rushton, Postdoctoral Fellow, Health Sciences, University of The Fraser Valley The…

Focusing on consent ignores better ways of preventing sexual violence

By Nicole K. Jeffrey, Adjunct Assistant Professor & Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology, University of Windsor In early May, a New York jury found Donald Trump…

Assertions by the Women and the Warriors have always spurned growth for Haudenosaunee internal relations

Rights assertions, keeping chiefs in check and working to uphold consensus decisions are a part of the documented history of Six Nations SIX NATIONS —…

Meddling with the Great Law was and still is standard practice for Indian Affairs agents, developers

One of the first colonizers that wanted the Great Law to be written down and the Confederacy system to be “modernized” was Indian Affairs Superintendent…

The Great Law story of condolence as told by Seth Newhouse

HDIs land claim challenge includes an affidavit by historian Rick Hill that says the Seth Newhouse version of the Great Law is rejected. Early documents…

Non-Haudenosaunee lawyers at front lines of Haudenosaunee treaty rights while real Haudenosaunee people being exiled

Two Row Times received a joint statement from the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council and the Haudenosaunee Development Institute on Thursday. The statement was emailed to…

HCCC Chief draws a blank on-air, former HDI member says money goes to HCCC Secretary

Last week, the CBC Radio’s Metro Morning made space on their platform to bring forward the story of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council opposing the…

HDI damaging the political and legal outcomes for all indigenous people

This week TRT obtained video of HDI lawyer and director Aaron Detlor, ramming his vehicle into a construction fence at a Metrolinx property. Anyone else…

Ontario is enabling Haudenosaunee Development Institute to discriminate against Six Nations people

This week, the Haudenosaunee Development Institute hopped on another bandwagon — taking a Toronto transit company to court, losing, and then filing a second kick…

5 expert tips to protect yourself from online misinformation

By Jaigris Hodson, The spread of misinformation is a major problem impacting many areas of society from public health, to science and even democracy itself.…

White people throughout history given “indian names”, adopted into Confederacy

A photo of a Six Nations man bestowing an ‘Indian Name’ on Johnny Cash got some conversations going on indigenous media sources online last week.…

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