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  • Regional Chief Welcomes Cabinet Shuffle

    Regional Chief Welcomes Cabinet Shuffle0

    Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald welcomes the new Minister responsible for Indigenous Services Canada and those other impacted by the cabinet shuffle that included key changes to the Treasury Board, Justice, Indigenous Services and Veteran’s Affairs portfolios. “On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, I’d like to welcome and offer my congratulations. I look forward

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  • Six Nations Right to Hunt group says protesters barricade violates indigenous rights

    Six Nations Right to Hunt group says protesters barricade violates indigenous rights0

    After successfully surpassing the goal of 1,500 online signatures, the Supporters of Haudenosaunee Right to Hunt delivered their signed petition to the Regional Municipality of Niagara Police Services Board on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, at the police headquarters on 5700 Valley Way, Niagara Falls Ontario. The petition calls on the police to no longer allow

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  • Journalism organizations urge the Muscogee Nation to reinstate its free press act

    Journalism organizations urge the Muscogee Nation to reinstate its free press act0

    The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and other free press advocates condemn the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s decision to repeal it’s press freedom law. The move by the nation’s tribal council is an alarming attack on press freedom in Indian Country. On Nov. 7, the Muscogee (Creek) National Council introduced legislation to repeal the free press

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  • Open letter to Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council

    Open letter to Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council0

    To the members of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council and the Clanmothers of the 49 families: My name is Nahnda Garlow and I am Onondaga of Six Nations. My husband, Jonathan Garlow, is a Six Nations Mohawk. As you are aware, Jonathan is the publisher of the Two Row Times and I am it’s editor.

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  • And what about the water?

    And what about the water?0

    At least on one point the Crown agrees with me. Of course not saying what was really done. This makes it so very important on what I was saying earlier, we do not have a Treaty with the Crown and this fact of ApliedvTrickery then takes us all back to 1612, proving that the Crown

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  • Isadore Day on Indigenous History Month

    Isadore Day on Indigenous History Month0

    June is National Indigenous History Month. The recognition began in 2009 after a unanimous motion was passed in the House of Commons — one year after Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s historic Apology to Residential School Survivors on June 11, 2008, now ten years ago. Much has changed in the past decade in terms of the

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