Akwesasne International Pow-Wow – September 7th and 8th, 2013

The A’nowara’ko:wa Arena in Kawehnoke (Cornwall Island), located across the St. Lawrence River from Cornwall Ontario, will be the scene of the 2013 Akwesasne International…

Scarborough’s West Hill United Church Calls on Canada to respect the treaty relationships

The First Nations Study Group at West Hill United Church in Scarborough recently launched a Petition to the House of Commons to draw attention to…

Toad has her day in court.

The sun was shining as Theresa “Toad” Jamieson emerged from the Cayuga courthouse Wednesday afternoon smiling and looking to the sky saying Nya:wah. That morning…

BMO delivers cheque for Chiefswood Museum

The Bank of Montreal’s Jason Cameron, Director of Aboriginal Banking, and Kristina Austin, commercial Account Manager, were at Chiefswood Historical Museum last week to bring a $500…

Labour faces new challenges in 2013

Labour day isn’t what it used to be in Brantford during the Massey, White Farm Equipment days, but members of several trade unions put on…

Assembly of First Nations Offers Condolences on the Passing of Carol Sanderson

(Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn Ain-chut Atleo today offered condolences to the family, friends and citizens of Sturgeon Lake…

Ji’dawis continues to seek attention

SIX NATIONS. Ji’dawis, a well known attention seeker who has made his name by regularly bothering both Caledonia residents and members of the Six Nations…

Defending Herself: Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces Final Trial Date

Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces the latest instalment of her continuing trial on Wednesday, August 28th at 10am, at the Cayuga courthouse. The charges against Jamieson stem…

Kanata Mohawks deny any part in reported extortion attempt

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…

Learning from the Youth: Two Row Youth Summer Camp a success

SIX NATIONS, From August 19th to 23rd the Two Row Society hosted a Two Row youth summer camp on a farm on Six Nations of…

Brantford fire victims reach out to Six Nations for help

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…

More understanding of Onkwehon:we rights needed at border

Clair Heath is originally from the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation where she grew up. Later in life she moved to California where…

Not-so-bright thieves rob Erlind’s

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…

OMB hearings over the development of Davisville conclude

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.…

North American Native Sisters return from Italy with great memories

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…