CAS ousted by Band Council – Confederacy objects

SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Elected Band Council has ordered CAS off reserve by October 1st. There have been many protests and personal stories…

Brantford – and all that Jazz

[tweetable]The 6th annual Brantford International Jazz Festival attracted thousands to Harmony Square in Brantford[/tweetable] with a long list of world-renowned jazz artists and a few to…

Friday 13th brings brisk business to New Credit

The weather was not ideal, but an estimated 30,000 bikers from throughout Ontario and upstate New York braved the cool and wet weather to make…

New Tonto biography remembers Jay Silverheals

The same week the new Lone Ranger film, featuring Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp was released in the theatres, a new biography on Jay Silverheels…

New Credit creating its own Matrimonial Real Property law

The Mississauga’s of the New Credit are seeking input from their members to design and codify a binding Matrimonial Real Property bylaw for that community. In a…

Two Row Renewal event coming to the Grand River

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Two Row Wampum Treaty struck between the Haudenosaunee and Dutch visitors in 1613. To commemorate that agreement…

Burger stand closure could open more than expected

Toronto lawyer , Katherine Hensel and co-council, Six Nations own Bev Jacobs, were in Cayuga Court last week defending Derek Sandy and Nolan Hill who…

Behind the scenes of the Mohawk land deal

There has been much talk, fear mongering, unrealistic anticipation and misunderstanding about an agreement proposed between King and Benton Development Corp under the name of…

Keely Walk, Run or Bike event raises thousands

OHSWEKEN – The sky above Six Nations was red and pink Saturday morning at 11 o’clock as the 2nd Annual 10K for Keely Run, Walk, or…

Toad has her day in court.

The sun was shining as Theresa “Toad” Jamieson emerged from the Cayuga courthouse Wednesday afternoon smiling and looking to the sky saying Nya:wah. That morning…

BMO delivers cheque for Chiefswood Museum

The Bank of Montreal’s Jason Cameron, Director of Aboriginal Banking, and Kristina Austin, commercial Account Manager, were at Chiefswood Historical Museum last week to bring a $500…

Labour faces new challenges in 2013

Labour day isn’t what it used to be in Brantford during the Massey, White Farm Equipment days, but members of several trade unions put on…

Ji’dawis continues to seek attention

SIX NATIONS. Ji’dawis, a well known attention seeker who has made his name by regularly bothering both Caledonia residents and members of the Six Nations…

Defending Herself: Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces Final Trial Date

Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces the latest instalment of her continuing trial on Wednesday, August 28th at 10am, at the Cayuga courthouse. The charges against Jamieson stem…

Learning from the Youth: Two Row Youth Summer Camp a success

SIX NATIONS, From August 19th to 23rd the Two Row Society hosted a Two Row youth summer camp on a farm on Six Nations of…