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  • Native Horizons loses half of facility to fire

    Native Horizons loses half of facility to fire0

    MISSISSAUGA’S OF THE NEW CREDIT FIRST NATION — On December 14, the administrative section of the Native Horizons Treatment Centre reportedly caught fire in the early morning. The fire was doused and controlled by Haldimand County Fire and Six Nations Fire and Emergency Services, who remained on scene to provide mutual aid assistance. As pieces

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  • One on One with Mayor Davis

    One on One with Mayor Davis0

    BRANTFORD — Two Row Times met with new Brantford mayor, Kevin Davis, last week to get a read on what, if any, changes Six Nations can expect from the City under his leadership. Mayor Davis is a lawyer by trade working with one of Brantford’s biggest law firms. He has a pleasant demeanour, and hopes

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  • Final stages of Cannabis Law for Kahnawake

    Final stages of Cannabis Law for Kahnawake0

    KAHNAWA:KE — Officials with the Kahnbawa:ke Legislative Coordinating Commission say they are in the final stages of enacting the community’s custom Cannabis Law. The new legislation was read aloud to the community in it’s entirety on December 4. A certification signing of the law followed by Mohawk officials with the community’s legislative committee. The event

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  • Jump-starts 2020 with Big Joe and Crystal Lynn

    Jump-starts 2020 with Big Joe and Crystal Lynn0

    SIX NATIONS — The Big Joe Rockin’ Blues Band will be hosting a pre-2019, dry-party at the Six Nations’ Community Hall, Saturday, December 29th which is being billed, “Jump-Start 2019 with the Big Joe Rockin’ Blues Band” beginning at 6 pm. “Just because you quit drinking’ and doing drugs doesn’t mean you have to quit

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  • Brantford’s new Mayor inherits old issues

    Brantford’s new Mayor inherits old issues0

    BRANTFORD — After his decisive victory over long sitting mayor, Chris Friel, Brantford has a new mayor. But as far as Six Nations is concerned, will it be just, “here comes the new boss — same as the old boss.” That is a question that only time will tell. However, newly sworn in Mayor Kevin

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  • Abusive off duty Thunder Bay cop caught on iPhone

    Abusive off duty Thunder Bay cop caught on iPhone0

    Thunder Bay — At 7:25 pm, eastern time, Saturday Dec. 1st, Thunder Bay OPP received a call to a disturbance involving a 17-year-old intoxicated female at a party on the city’s north side because someone was bleeding and needed medical attention.. A video of the incident shows a person strapped in a gurney being hollered

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