Two Row Times talks with Bruce Cockburn

The Two Row Times was fortunate enough to have an exclusive telephone interview with Bruce Cockburn from his home in San Francisco.

Council approves disintegrator addendum

OHSWEKEN - Inventor John Kearns and his corporate affairs and compliance manager Trudy Nguyen, were at Council chambers Monday and received the go ahead to…

Water plant opens but costs continue to rise

SIX NATIONS – The new $41 million water treatment plant was declared up and ready back in November just in time to give then Chief…

Indigenous Research Conference held at Laurier Brantford

BRANTFORD – The first annual Graduate Student’s Conference in Indigenous Research was held at Wilfrid Laurier University – Brantford campus, this past weekend.

Violent Sexual Assault “did not occur” say Brantford Police

Brantford Police issued a statement Monday morning stating the violent sexual assault of a woman reported on Jan 31st, did not occur.

Woman Violently Sexually Assaulted in Brantford

Brantford City Police are looking for tips after a 20 year old woman was violently sexually assaulted in Brantford last night.

Community Living Gift Shop gets revamped

Ronatahskats, the Community Living Gift Shop on Chiefswood Road has been renovated, and is moving forward in a new adventure, building a social enterprise where…

Ganohkwasra supports One Billion Rising

The statistics are shocking. There are 7 billion people on this planet. Half of them are women. One third of these women will be raped…

New 30 Day Demonstration Period for Kearns Disintegrator

SIX NATIONS – Sometimes when there is a changing of the guard at the leadership level, there are issues half done that either fall through…

Mohawk/Guswenta land deal gaining traction

BRANTFORD – In the beginning some people thought the Mohawk Workers’ plan to return stolen Mohawk Village land under the Haldimand Proclamation, rather than through…

Community play looking to fill roles

The Six Nations Forest Theatre Pageant is starting to gear up for another community play which is going into its 66th year and is held…

Land title is all usufruct up

It has been argued that the British Crown only gave Joseph Brant’s Mohawks and such others, “usufruct rights” to land named under the Haldimand Deed…

Native Land Cleansed from City Documents

Brantford’s voters, who may be browsing the City’s Ward maps, are served a map cleansed of Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and Glebe Farm…

Dick Hill, a strong voice echoes forever

The man I will always think of as the last true Mohawk Warrior, has finally found peace. Dick Hill died early Tuesday morning.

Methadone treatment information session

Six Nations Health Services held a Methadone treatment information session Thursday evening at Six Nations Polytech. The information session was done through the community education…