Pulling together against the Northern Gateway oil pipeline

OHSWEKEN – On Sunday, Carla’s Tea and Bannock held a fundraiser for the Pull Together group at Six Nations tourism. The Pull Together group is…

“Reality store” simulates future life`

OHSWEKEN – Students from Emily C. General elementary school got a chance to role play their future lives last Wednesday. The Student Reality Store is…

Hagersville Food Bank donation

On Thursday, December11, Elizabeth Hartrick (right), manager of Lone Wolf Pit Stop at 9183 Townline, Hagersville, presents a cheque donation of $2206.00 to Janice Schweder…

Update: Six Nations Child Welfare Designation

The Six Nations Child Welfare Designation, also known as Ogwadeni:deo, is well on its way to becoming a fully operating child welfare organization providing child…

“Reality store” simulates future life

OHSWEKEN – Students from Emily C. General elementary school got a chance to role play their future lives last Wednesday. The Student Reality Store is…

Laurier professor’s book on Aboriginal land claims agreements wins prestigious prize

WATERLOO – Christopher Alcantara, an associate professor of Political Science at Laurier, has been awarded the Canadian Studies Network’s Prize for the Best Book in…

Emily C. General students give back

SIX NATIONS – As the students at Emily C. General have just proven, you’re never too young to make a difference in your community. What…

Christmas giving starts early

SIX NATIONS – It’s still a few weeks before Christmas, but the giving spirit of Six Nations is already being made evident with a free…

Letter send to Brantford Mayor from HRNABrantford

The letter below was sent by Haudenosaunee & Raseron:ni Neighborhood Association of Brantford to the Brantford Mayor. The Association will be developing an independent and voluntary…

Questions and answers about the alcohol referendum

After last week’s article regarding Six Nations Elected Council’s announcement that a January 2015 alcohol referendum will take place at Six Nations, Two Row Times…

The Six Nations Food Bank calls out to the community to “Drive for 5” this month

The Six Nations Food Bank, which offers supplementary food items, cleaning products and personal hygiene items to those in need, has commenced their “Drive for…

Toy Bingo helps raise funds for school trips

You may think these people are playing bingo, but actually, they are Christmas shopping. Tis the season for Six Nations and New Credit schools to…

Through a stream of tears, GREAT celebrates success of Six Nations Women

In a supreme showing of sisterhood and love, Barb Miller and Iris Wright of Grand River Employment and Training celebrated the conclusion of their 2…

Alcohol referendum scheduled at Six Nations for January 17, 2015

Matt Jamieson and Nicole Kohoko from the Economic Development office made a presentation to the Six Nations Elected Council advising that information sessions will commence…

500 community members sign petition to keep Dr. Monture

At the November 18th, 2014 General Council meeting, Six Nations Elected Council was presented with a petition of over 500 signatures of community members upset…