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  • SN Fire Station 3 closed indefinitely

    SN Fire Station 3 closed indefinitely0

    Six Nations Fire Chief Matt Miller says Fire Station #3 will be closed indefinitely after an elaborate break-in occurred at the station. Miller made the announcement on Facebook, saying thieves cut through the security fence, broke through a double cinder block concrete wall at the back of the station and stole equipment from two fire

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  • Woman arrested, charged with Accessory after the fact in triple homicide

    Woman arrested, charged with Accessory after the fact in triple homicide0

    SIX NATIONS- OPP confirmed they have made one arrest in connection to the ongoing triple homicide investigation at Six Nations. On Friday, November 23, 2018 members of the Ontario Provincial Police under the direction of Detective Inspector Pete Liptrott of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch with the assistance of the Six Nations Police Service, arrested

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  • Merry Christmas layoffs for GM workers

    Merry Christmas layoffs for GM workers0

    OSHAWA — Monday, the rumours became fact at the official announcement that General Motors is closing five plants in 2019 as part of plans to cut $4.5 billion in costs and lower capital expenditures by $1.5 billion by 2020, the automaker said Monday. The closures will affect assembly-line workers at its Oshawa plant, along with those

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  • Woman arrested in triple homicide, charged as accessory

    Woman arrested in triple homicide, charged as accessory0

    SIX NATIONS- OPP day they have made one arrest in connection to the ongoing triple homicide investigation at Six Nations. On Friday, November 23, 2018, members of the Ontario Provincial Police under the direction of Detective Inspector Pete Liptrott of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch with the assistance of the Six Nations Police Service, arrested

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  • Woodland Cultural Centre hosts Cornsoup Cookoff

    Woodland Cultural Centre hosts Cornsoup Cookoff0

    BRANTFORD — The Annual corn soup Cook-off hosted by the Woodland Cultural Centre in partnership with the Aboriginal Health Centre kicked off in the evening of Saturday, November 17. Bev’ Bomberry took first place, Wanda Jamieson took second place and Georgette Bomberry took third place this year. With prize money as high as $250.00, the

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  • Logan Staats headlining toy drive fundraiser at Sanderson Centre

    Logan Staats headlining toy drive fundraiser at Sanderson Centre0

    BRANTFORD — In the evening of Friday, November 30, Six Nations own musical talent Logan Staats will be performing at the Sanderson Centre to collect toys for a toy drive that he has opened to help families of Six Nations and Brantford that are in need this holiday season. Along with the opportunity to enjoy

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