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  • Court of Appeals rules in favour of hearing constitutional question on indigenous rights

    Court of Appeals rules in favour of hearing constitutional question on indigenous rights0

    TORONTO — Six Nations businessman Ken Hill has won his case at the court of appeals to raise a constitutional question defending his indigenous right to have a family law matter dealt with by indigenous traditional practices in favour of being forced through provincial court. The ruling was issued by the province’s highest court Saturday

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  • New clinic in Brantford for children with complex medical needs

    New clinic in Brantford for children with complex medical needs0

    BRANTFORD — Hamilton Health Sciences’ McMaster Children’s Hospital (MCH) and the Lansdowne Children’s Centre (LCC) in Brantford have partnered to bring health care closer to home for children with complex medical needs and their families. The McMaster Children with Medical Complexity Clinic at Lansdown Children’s Centre officially launched this week with a celebratory event for

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  • Murray Porter to release new album

    Murray Porter to release new album0

    At long last, Murray Porter’s new album STAND UP! will be released on iTunes later this week. The Mohawk pianist explained that the album has been four years in the making and the purpose behind it has been in the making for even longer. “The reason why I called this album STAND UP! Is because

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  • Ottawa says recreational cannabis will qualify for tax exemption

    Ottawa says recreational cannabis will qualify for tax exemption0

    OTTAWA — According to the government website on the implementation of legal marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes, it has been announced that on-reserve sales of marijuana to customers with a valid Status Card, will not be taxed. How that will work with non-status sales on reserve may be an issue the same as

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  • SNPD publishes statement on new marijuana laws

    SNPD publishes statement on new marijuana laws0

    OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police Services says it will uphold provincial and federal standards on the territory when recreational weed becomes legalized on October 17. Six Nations Elected Council has been hosting a number of public information and input meetings and creating other tools to inform the people of pending changes and safety surrounding cannabis.

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  • Six Nations Cannabis regulations reach second draft

    Six Nations Cannabis regulations reach second draft0

    SIX NATIONS — The long anticipated draft of Six Nations cannabis regulatory laws has been shared with the community. Under the new plan, a person of Six Nations 21 years and over is permitted to possess cannabis for medical or non-medical reasons. The bylaw and the total amount possessed at any given time does not

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