The benefits of shopping farmers’ markets

Farmers’ markets have grown in popularity in recent years. Nowadays, consumers interested in farmers’ markets can likely find one near their homes whether those homes…

Impaired charges, atv crash

HALDIMAND COUNTY – On June 18, 2022, at 8:14 p.m., OPP responded to a report of a collision involving an ATV that had struck a hydro…

AFN suspends National Chief Archibald, launches investigation

OTTAWA — The Assembly of First Nations Executive Committee and Board of Directors have suspended National Chief RoseAnne Archibald. The AFN’s executive committee and board…

Meet your first Saskatchewan drag race-er: Chelazon Leroux

Twenty-two-year-old Chelazon Leroux is a Two-Spirit, Dene drag performer living in Saskatoon who will be a contestant on the third season of Canada’s Drag Race.…

Reconciliation a long way to go, says elder

Cities across the country celebrated National Indigenous People’s Day yesterday but despite all the pomp and ceremony, at least one Six Nations elder says there…

Wisconsin court denies request for new trial in Myke child rape case

GREEN BAY, WI — In a written decision released on June 13, Justice John P. Zakowski has denied the request of Hayehe:s Matthew Joseph Myke…

Couple arrested, fourth time charged with cocaine trafficking

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police say a man and woman living on Fourth Line are once again facing drug trafficking charges — for the fourth…

Grand River Live Presents: Drag Queen Bingo

For what might be one of the first times on Six Nations, Grand River Live is set to host Drag Queen Bingo next week at…

Toronto Zoo opens its doors for National Indigenous History Month

June marks National Indigenous History Month, and the Toronto Zoo joins in recognizing the rich history, heritage, resilience, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit, and…

Cree of Chisasibi to search for graves at residential school sites in northern Quebec

MONTREAL — The Cree Nation of Chisasibi said Tuesday it will search for unmarked graves at the sites of five residential schools that operated on…

Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards open for nominations

ONTARIO—Nomination registration has opened for the 2022 Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards, which are annually awarded to exemplary coaches across Ontario. The awards seek to celebrate…

Strong turnout for SN Ride4Pride

Even though there were more walkers than bikers at this year’s Ride4Pride, Six Nations Pride Outreach organized a very successful third annual event. Vendors and…

‘National shame:’ Groups decry inaction on violence against Indigenous women, girls

Advocates across the country had a similar message for Ottawa one year after it released a national plan to end violence against Indigenous women and…

Leader who fought to have Metis people recognized in the Constitution placed on stamp

REGINA — An Indigenous leader who fought to have Metis people recognized in the Constitution will appear on a Canada Post stamp. Harry Daniels, who…

Ottawa, First Nations declare new National Wildlife Area in N.W.T.

YELLOWKNIFE — A vast northern wilderness that has for centuries been a cultural sanctuary for northern Indigenous people has become Canada’s latest National Wildlife Area.…