Long Awaited Water Treatment Plant Opens

SIX NATIONS — After years of empty promises from various levels of government, unforeseen delays, protests, controversy over a protected species of fish, and damage…

Sounds good, but will Kearns’ disintegrator work?

SIX NATIONS – When inventor John Kearns accepted the challenge of cleaning up Six Nations’ overflowing landfill site, he also accepted an even bigger challenge…

Remembering an Ongwehowe Soldier – Lloyd Clifford Curley

When Tesha Emarthale’s aunt handed her a bundle of her great-grandfathers belongings, she only had a small picture of who he was. “For me prior…

Mohawks face-off on Erie Ave over land conveyance

BRANTFORD – There was another clash of ideals on Erie Ave Monday when members of the Mens Fire, HDI director Hazel Hill, the Mohawk Workers…

Brantford museum honours Onkwehon:we warrior allies

BRANTFORD – The Canadian Military Heritage Museum in Brantford has a great display section dedicated to the Onkwehon:we allied warriors from the American Revolution to…

Shop Local, Shop Native at the Christmas Bazaar

Craft shows were held simultaneously at the Woodland Cultural Centre, Six Nations Community Hall, J.C.Hill School, Two Row Architect and the Social Services Gym. Haudenosaune…

White corn shortage explained

Times to his farm this weekend to discuss the corn shortage and what some have been calling the ‘Corn Crisis of 2013’. “I’ve head people…

Food Drive always a win for the community

Students from all Six Nation public schools went trick-or-treating this Halloween for the hungry and with the help of Six Nations Police Services, delivered the…

Candidates for elected chief call for unity

Education and the threat of taxation topped the list of concerns of audience members at Monday’s debate between candidates for the position of Chief of…

A trailer fire at Fourth Line

A trailer fire at 1500 Fourth Line Road sent a column of black smoke into the sky over Six Nations Monday. The trailer was located…

Gina Thomas conducted a one-woman protest at Oneida Business Park

Gina Thomas conducted a one-woman protest at Oneida Business Park on Fourth Line Rd, against her former employer, NPAABM Niagara Peninsula, Area Aboriginal Management Board.…

SN students participate in Halloween for Hunger

SIX NATIONS – Students at all Six Nations schools will be participating in “Halloween for Hunger” this year. Halloween for Hunger is a program begun…

Elsipogtog Mi’kmaq Nation brings thanks to Six Nations

SIX NATIONS – John Simon and Paul Milliea, members of the Elsipogtog Mi’kmaq Nation of New Brunswick, were in Six Nations last Saturday to thank…

Are GMO’s infecting Six Nations crops?

While Sagoyehsahta was tending his cornfields this year he noticed something grotesque. His white corn crops were coming in deformed. The gnarly cobs have been…

Make a difference, Recycle

SIX NATIONS — Last Monday, A.W. First Nations Recycling began pick ups of household trash for recycling from Six Nations resident in what owners Mark…