Enbridge gets a piece of Elected Council’s mind

Oil giant Enbridge sent a delegation of representatives to Six Nations Elected Council on Monday to discuss the Pipeline 9B Reversal and Line 9 Expansion…

Brantford accepts $125,000 injunction deal

BRANTFORD – According to documents obtained by the Two Row Times, on March 3rd, 2014, a group of Six Nations land defenders charged in the…

Six Nations Skating Club Carnival 2014

The Six Nations Skating Clubs annual Carnival took place at the Gaylord Powless Arena Saturday afternoon to a large and appreciative crowd. Instructors Maryl Dejong,…

Director of Health Services resigns

Six Nations Elected Council presented Ruby Miller, former Director of Health Services with a plaque of appreciation last week as Miller announced her resignation. Miller…

School play carries anti-bullying theme

SIX NATIONS - Students at I.L.Thomas School at Six Nations wrote and will be performing a powerful anti-bullying play they call, “I Wanna See You…

Language Commission to receive Trillium funds

Six Nations – The Six Nations Language Commission has requested that Six Nations Elected Council accept a one-time payment of fifteen thousand dollars on behalf…

Six Nations organizing to fight C-10

SIX NATIONS – Wednesday night, Elected Chief Ava Hill represented her council at an input session organized by Band Council designed to offer opportunity to…

Community raises concerns at CAP meeting

Six Nations - Six Nations Economic Development (SNED) held a community information session last week at the community hall to explain what their Consultation and…

Hodinohso:ni Heirloom Seed & Foods Workshop

SIX NATIONS – Six Nations Polytech was packed full of eager and enthusiastic gardeners and seed-savers last weekend. Deyohaha:ge, with the help of the Six…

Cornwall Island Plebiscite Planned Following Meeting

AKWESASNE – Tensions on Cornwall Island (Kawehnoke) remain high after a hearing in the city of Cornwall resulted in a judge ruling on the fate…

BC government hands over death records to TRC

In October 1956, Charles Ombash, aged 12, and his brother, Tom, aged 14, left the Pelican Falls Residential School near Sioux Lookout, Ontario. Having planned…

Youth connect with tradition through storytelling

The Indigenous Education Coalition (IEC) held their 7th annual storytelling event at the Antler River Elementary school on the Chippewa of the Thames territory this…

Mush Hole will be preserved; getting commemorative monument

The Woodland Cultural Centre announced Sunday evening that the former Mohawk Institute, the first residential school in Canada, will remain standing. The site will also…

Elders Gala draws crowd

SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Health Foundation held their annual Elders Gala & Silent Auction over the weekend which seen a crowd of around…

2nd Annual G’Chitwa Niibii: Honouring Respecting Water Gathering

Mississaugas of the New Credit – This past weekend, Anishinabe Kwe, Val King, held her second annual Honouring and Respecting Water Gathering at Lloyd S.…