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  • Chiefs recite the Great Law near London at Oneida of the Thames0

    LAMBETH, ON – Over 300 delegates from Quebec, Ontario, New York State, and Wisconsin attended the recital of the Rotinohsionni master narrative called the Kayanerensherakowa or the Great Law of Peace at Oneida of the Thames from August 14 to 18 near London, Ontario. The Great Law describes the foundations of the Wisk Nihohnohnwhentsyake or what has been called

  • Three Fires Pow Wow lights up Saturday morning

    Three Fires Pow Wow lights up Saturday morning0

    This coming weekend, Saturday, August 24 th and Sunday Aug. 25th, the Mississaugas of the New Credit proudly host the 27th Annual Three Fires Homecoming Pow Wow and traditional gathering at the New Credit Council Grounds located on 2789 Mississauga Road, Hagersville, Ontario, N0A 1H0. The very popular Three Fires Pow Wow is a bit different than

  • Week in Review an Introduction0

    Onkwehon:we / ORIGINAL PEOPLES – WEEK IN REVIEW (August 5-11, 2013) Flood Evacuees of Siksika Nation Living in Prison Camp-Like Conditions No smoking, no pets, no ‘vulgar language’, an imposed curfew and no ‘inappropriate clothing’ – such as women wearing shorts or tank tops. These are just a few of the ‘rules’ that flood evacuees

  • London Friendship Centre reopens after renovations

    London Friendship Centre reopens after renovations0

    The N’Amerind (London) Friendship Centre has undergone extensive renovations over the past several months. The “new” centre reopened to the public with a community gathering and tours on July 11th, 2013. Executive Director Al Day was as proud as a brand new daddy as he officially helped cut the ribbon at a ceremony that was

  • The Two Row Times is a Family Affair1

    The Two Row Times news publication is the product of years and even generations of hard work and entrepreneurial Native spirit. Owner and publisher, Jonathan Garlow, inherited this spirit from his father, Andrew Garlow of Garlow Printing and Copy located on Mohawk Road at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. “I’ve been in the