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  • Renewing the Anishinabek/Haudenosaunee Friendship Belt0

    The Oshkimaadziig Unity Camp was established when the Coldwater Narrows Specific Land Claim Settlement was pending approval in 2012 by Beausoliel, Rama, Cape Crocker and Georgina Island First Nations communities. With the finalization of this land claim settlement, the nation state of Canada breached the original agreements of the Two Row Wampum, the 1764 Silver

  • Murray Porter, giving back to the elders1

    SIX NATIONS – Juno Award winning singer/songwriter/piano man, Murray Porter brought his internationally acclaimed talent back home to Six Nations over the Thanksgiving weekend with an impromptu visit to the Iroquois Lodge to play a few songs in honour of the elders. “I get it from my dad. My dad (Vic Porter) comes here almost

  • Strange behaviour after fiery crash0

    BRANTFORD – Erie Ave in Brantford was shut down for several blocks Sunday afternoon after a bizarre fiery car crash that sent one woman to hospital with serious facial injuries and another man to jail. The couple’s Trail Blazer was reported to police earlier for driving erratically. Police went to investigate the complaint and came upon

  • Tyendinaga Resident Charged with Attempted Murder1

    A Tyendinaga resident, Jayson Scott, 39, has been charged with attempted murder after his preliminary hearing on September 26th. Scott was initially charged with 2 counts aggravated assault, 1 count breaking and entering to commit an indictable offence, mischief under $5000.00, and carrying a weapon. When Scott returned to court on September 26th for a

  • UN Special Rapporteur welcomed to Winnipeg with Jingle Dress Dance0

    WINNIPEG – Portage and Main, the busiest intersection in downtown Winnipeg was closed to traffic and instead rang out with jingles, drumming, whoops, and singing on Saturday morning. UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People James Anaya was being welcomed by more than 600 Aboriginal people and allies. Portage and Main is not

  • Six Nations organizes to resist taxation1

    OHSWEKEN – A group of citizens and business people gathered at the GREAT Theatre last Thursday to take steps towards forming a people’s committee to address the question of taxation on Six Nations Territory. They will be meeting each and every Thursday beginning at 7 pm as they discuss strategies and get updates on how to resist the Ontario and Federal government’s efforts to impose taxation on Haudenosaunee people both on and off reserve.