Brazeau and Harb formally charged with fraud

Suspended Senator Patrick Brazeau along with retired Senator Mac Harb, have been formally charged by the RCMP today for their alleged roles in the ‘Senate…

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.

Change The Name this Superbowl Sunday – Native People are Not Your Mascot

Indigenous people, their friends and heck, anyone who thinks racism is a bad thing will take to social media during today’s Superbowl game urging the…

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…

Florida high school apologizes for video

The Florida High School who performed a racially prejudiced impression of a Pow-Wow has issued a public apology this month.

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…

UN Rapporteur James Anaya visits Leonard Peltier

SAN FRANCISCO - UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples James Anaya, along with board member for the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC)…

Ernie Louttit and the investigation into “Starlight tours”

This month and year marks the 14th anniversary of the freezing deaths of three Indigenous men, two of whose lifeless bodies were found on the…

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…

Elderly couple bullied into signing away their land

QUINTE WEST – It all started back in August 2012 when Canada’s Department of National Defence (DND) went out in search of new land to…

Kahnawake youth say no to FNEA

KAHNAWAKE – Over 500 people joined Kahnawake’s youth and their supporters for a rally on Kahnawake Territory on Tuesday, to show their opposition to the…

John Kane Named Interim Host of “First Voices Indigenous Radio” at WBAI-FM in New York City

(WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 23, 2014) – John Kane, Mohawk activist and national commentator on Native issues, has been named Interim Host of the long-running weekly…