Group bullying in the workplace cause of significant long-term health impacts

SIX NATIONS — The problem of bullying in the workplace can vary greatly, but in it’s worst forms group bullying — also known as “mobbing”…

Workplace bullying 101

Examples of workplace bullying Spreading malicious rumours, gossip, or innuendo. Excluding or isolating someone socially. Intimidating a person. Undermining or deliberately impeding a person’s work.…

What is illegal when it comes to bullying?

Some bullying acts are illegal and offences under the Criminal Code. These include: Criminal harassment (e.g., texts, phone calls, and/or emails that cause the other…

Six Nations not included in First Nations drinking water settlement

Despite evidence of years of poor water quality, Six Nations is not included a country-wide First Nations class action settlement. E-coli contamination, undrinkable well water,…

Men’s Fire files motion in Six Nations land claim to challenge HDI

TORONTO — The Six Nations Men’s Fire is the latest to step into the Six Nations land claim — filing a motion earlier this month…

Children’s acetaminophen shortage hits Six Nations

OHSWEKEN — The nation-wide shortage of children’s acetaminophen and cough and cold products has also hit the people of Six Nations and Mississaugas of the…

Councillors asked to start providing written reports

Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Councillors have not been providing written reports despite the requirements of the Election Code. As elected council tests…

OSTTC Longhouse rebuilding project gets $50,000 from RBC

The Ogwehohweh Skills and Trades Training Centre Longhouse received a $50,000 donation from RBC yesterday to go towards re-building its replica Haudenosaunee longhouse that was…

Former Housing Director passes

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Elected Council issued a statement on November 9, recognizing the contributions of former Housing Director Karen Bomberry. Bomberry died on November…

Indigenous Services Canada failing First Nations in response to wildfires, floods: AG

OTTAWA — The federal government still hasn’t provided First Nations with the support they need to respond to emergencies such as wildfires and floods despite…

Organization continues search to identify Indigenous veterans in unmarked graves

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte have a long history of military service ranging from the First and Second World War to Afghanistan, but…

Organization continues search to identify Indigenous veterans in unmarked graves

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte have a long history of military service ranging from the First and Second World War to Afghanistan, but…

Accessibility to diabetes care on SN

World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about…

Remembrance Day, did you know?

Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in the United States are celebrated annually in November to honour the many individuals who have served in…

Carolyn King receives Order of Canada in special ceremony

She was awarded Canada’s highest honour during the pandemic and last week, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation elder and esteemed community member, volunteer and…