• Kanata Mohawks deny any part in reported extortion attempt1

    A story which ran in a local newspaper and a letter issued by the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy implying that alleged members of the Mohawk Workers may have attempted to extort money from a family living on Birkett Lane has attracted the ire of many, including the Mohawk Workers themselves. According to the story and

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  • Brantford fire victims reach out to Six Nations for help6

    BRANTFORD, A Brantford resident is calls out to Six Nations for help on behalf of her neighbours after a fire on Helen Ave. displaced 16 families, many with young children, last week, just before school is about to start.

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  • Not-so-bright thieves rob Erlind’s0

    For the second time this year, Erlind’s restaurant in the Iroquois Plaza was the target of a smash and grab by thieves. The incident happened in the early hours of Wednesday, Aug. 14. At around 2 a.m. two male individuals pulled up in front of the restaurant in a pick-up truck. They smashed the front

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  • OMB hearings over the development of Davisville conclude2

    A delegation from the Six Nations’ Men’s Fire offered its final submission before the Ontario Municipal Board Chairman Mr. Chris Conti, on Wednesday Aug, 7th. The proceedings were undertaken to find a solution to the deadlock between developers, the city of Brantford, and people of Six Nations over plans to build a residential development on a

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  • North American Native Sisters return from Italy with great memories0

    The North American Native Sisters master’s softball team wrote history recently when they competed in the World Masters Games played in Torino, Italy as the first All-Native team to compete at these World Games. The 45 and over team was pulled together from both Six Nations/New Credit and women players from British Columbia. After winning

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  • Concert for a Cure entertains and educates0

    The 6th Annual Concert for a Cure featuring headliner Alberta Cree Canadian country star Shane Yellowbird, kept the music going all weekend to bring awareness to the urgent need for a cure of what has become one of western societies biggest killers.

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