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  • Stop globalization, decolonize!0

    Dear Editor, Never in our wildest dreams did we think that we would be fighting to keep our country and this Earth intact due to the creation of silent wars by something hidden in duplicity and innocently called “Sustainable development and Globalization” being implemented throughout all of our communities. So here we are. The agenda

  • #Walk4Change6NAY0

    MEDIA RELEASE 3rd Annual Community Walk – Walk4Change6NAY Six Nations – September 8, 2014 – Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services will host our 3rd Annual Community Walk – Walk4Change6NAY on Saturday September 27, 2014. At Ganohkwasra we strive to raise awareness about the effects of violence and promote ways for community to make healthy choices.

  • Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation Launches Rewards Program0

    Starting August 1st, The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation will be accepting nominations for the “Dare to Dream Big Rewards Program”. This is a shared project between the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation and the Two Row Times running from August to November 2014 to reward First Nations people for positive community engagement and inspiring others to do the same.

  • SN Confederacy Chiefs respond to Haldimand’s decision0

    Haudenosaune Confederacy Council put out a statement this week signed by Cayuga Royanni Blake Bomberry after Haldimand County Council moved to have blockades to the entrance of Kanohnstaton (formerly Douglas Creek Estates) removed by contractors.

  • Elected Council says blockade removal will only “deepen the divide”2

    Six Nations Elected Band Council put out an official statement responding to Haldimand County’s decision to remove blockades at Kanohnstaton. Here is the statement in it’s entirety: “Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) has been made aware of Haldimand County Council’s decision to remove what they term “illegal blockades” from the former Douglas Creek Estates lands.

  • Unist’ot’en Camp – Showdown with Chevron!0

    Since 2010 Unist’ot’en clan members have been maintaining a permanent presence on their traditional territory in so-called Northern British Columbia. The reason for doing so is to assert sovereignty over lands which were never ceded to the Canadian government and to begin a process of decolonization and return to the land. The Camp also stands as the enforcement of a clan decision to ban all of the proposed Fracked Gas and Tar Sands pipelines intending to cross over their territory.