High PCBs linked to lower testosterone in Mohawk boys

A new study has linked PCBs exposure to the production of lower amounts of testosterone in Onkwehon:we boys along the St. Lawrence River.

Stopping the Flow: Line 9 organizing in context

HAUDENOSAUNEE TERRITORY (KITCHENER) – A disquieting black hue to the water, animals struggling to breathe amid toxic fumes, a boom dragged across the river's width…

Mother Nature still has her touch!

Mother Nature reminded us last weekend that she’s still the boss. Freezing rain set in last Saturday and continued throughout the night leaving hundreds of…

Mall of America at odds with Idle No More over upcoming Round Dance

Duluth, MN - The Idle No More group is demanding an answer from the Mall of America after the group received a letter concerning their…

What new court ruling on prostitution laws mean for First Nations women

For years, women’s advocacy groups, sex trade workers and their supporters have been lobbying and fighting the government to change the laws surrounding prostitution.

Huge ice storm affects millions

A major ice storm wrapped its cold fingers around most of the northeast coast of North America Sunday, causing closures traffic snarls and disrupting electric…

Garbage disintegrator inventor fields councilors’ questions

OHSWEKEN - John Kearns, the Scottish inventor of the Kearns garbage disintegrator now located at the Six Nations landfill, was at Council last Tuesday to…

Local grassroots youth group question Enbridge pipeline

NEW CREDIT - Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc (Enbridge) sent representatives to the New Credit Community Centre, Wednesday, to answer questions regarding the proposed Line 11…

Justice for Levi

On June 24, 2009, Levi Schaeffer, 30 years old, was fatally shot by an Ontario Provincial Police officer. Since then, Levi’s mother, Ruth has been…

Pay It Forward 2014

Do you know someone who is in great need of help right now? During the month of January the Two Row Times and the Everlasting…

Justice Denied to Children Tortured at St. Anne’s Residential School

Between 1936 and 1984, the St. Anne’s Residential School near James Bay, Ontario was run under the authority of the Catholic Church. For decades, victims…

GREAT’s gift to community

Each year the staff of Grand River Employment And Training (GREAT) and the Ongwehoweh Skills and Trades Training Centre (OSTTC) participate in a voluntary Dress…

Brant may tell Brantford “no” to Johnson Tract transfer

OHSWEKEN – The Municipality of the County of Brant is tired of being treated like Brantford’s quaint country cousin, and has stood up to the…

Grand River sweeter than ever

A recent study released by Environment Canada and the University of Waterloo has found various levels of artificial sweeteners in the Grand River. In some…