A new study on birds and bats on the Six Nations Territory is underway by the Six Nations Wildlife Office.

“Aerial Insectivores are flying animals that exclusively eat flying insects, while in flight,” said Lauren Jones, Wildlife and Stewardship Manager with the Six Nations Wildlife,…

Truck stolen

BRANT COUNTY — OPP say a truck was stolen early Sunday morning from a Cockshutt Road address. At approximately 3:40 a.m. unknowns attended the address…

Educators Urged to Come on Board With Six Nations Anti-Bullying Task Force

Six Nations administrative staff and educators are being urged to join forces with the Six Nations Anti-Bullying Task Force to help combat bullying in schools…

Trucks must have electronic logging devices to track driving hours

Trucks and buses that travel between Canada’s provinces and territories have been required since Jan. 1 to be equipped with electronic devices that log the number…

Six Nations Police Briefs

OHSWEKEN — Drug charges have been laid after a search of a Mohawk Road home. On January 27, 2023, Six Nations Police executed Section 11…

New build in Ohsweken puts small dent in housing crisis

There are over 400 people waiting for housing on Six Nations but a new build sponsored by Habitat for Humanity Hamilton is helping to put…

Jonathan Styres’s killer will be sentenced in April

The man who shot Jonathan Styres in the cold early morning hours of Feb. 4, 2016 will learn his fate on April 12. Peter Khill,…

Massive drug bust in Brantford results in seizure of 1.5 tonnes of cocaine

Three men are facing numerous charges after various police agencies worked together to shut down a local drug trafficking operation that resulted in the seizure…

Impaired driving charges

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police say one person has been charged after a crash on Second Line. Officers responded to a report of a flipped…

Task force looking to improve community engagement on wide-reaching issues

A community working group has been created to improve community engagement standards and Councillor Sherri-lyn Hill-Pierce has been appointed to work with the group. The…

Grassroots group supports Mohawk language learners mental health

Feelings of guilt and shame for not being fluent in your language take a toll on the mental health and well-being of language learners across…

Hamilton explores declaring state of emergency over opioid overdoses and deaths

The City of Hamilton is exploring whether to declare a state of emergency as it grapples with an opioid crisis, with the municipality’s top doctor…

Indigenous Tourism Ontario partners with Toronto Maple Leaf Sports Entertainment

ANDECK OMNI KANING FIRST NATION — On January 17, Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) provided an all-inclusive trip with 50 First Nations youth and their parents…

Hamilton uncovers another decades old leak dumping sewage into Lake Ontario

HAMILTON — The City of Hamilton says it has uncovered another sewage leak that has been dumping waste into Lake Ontario for more than two…

Judge to decide sentencing for two Haudenosaunee men at Land Back Lane

Skyler Williams and Darryl Porter will be in court next week to hear a judge’s decision on sentencing for mischief and other charges related to…