Shawnee Warrior and leader honoured in Moraviantown

Thousands gathered in Moraviantown and Tecumseh’s monument to celebrate the life and sacrifice of the great Shawnee warrior and leader Tecumseh this past weekend. Tecumseh…

Full Rainbow Frames Idle No More-Toronto’s Unity in Action Gathering

TORONTO – On the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, on October 7, the Idle No More movement took to the streets in…

Counties agree to fight contraband cigarette trafficking

Four New York county district attorneys announced an agreement to fight cigarette trafficking. The agreement was negotiated with Ohio-based R + L Carriers trucking company.…

Into the Pipeline, Down the rabbit hole

BRANTFORD - On September 25th-26th, 2013 Enbridge Pipelines conducted a full-scale exercise simulating a pipeline rupture, an oil breach scenario that would see around 4,400…

Playing in the sand draws large crowds

A choir from Six Nations directed by Robin Maracle and known as Dwae Na Ga Das performed recently in Niagara Falls at the dedications of…

113th Annual Tyendinaga Agricultural Fair a success

TYENDINAGA – The 113th Annual Tyendinaga Agricultural Fair took place this past weekend. Although heavy rains on Saturday brought early closures and reduced numbers, the…

Waterloo based coalition rallies against Enbridge tar sands pipeline

KITCHENER – As Waterloo regional councillors arrived for their monthly general meeting this past Wednesday, they were greeted by a rally of approximately 75 residents…

Wendat Nation buries grave-robbed remains of 1,760 ancestors

Any people would be horrified to think of the remains of their ancestors totaling a large part of their nation to have been stolen from…

Members of Mi’kmaq Warrior Society Swarmed by RCMP in Moncton in Ongoing Struggle Against Fracking

On September 11, 2013, members of the Mi’kmaq Warrior Society, “the Homeland Security of the Mi’kmaq Nation,” were tailed throughout Moncton, New Brunswick just before…

Recent international law enforcement operation near Akwesasne raises longstanding Onkwehon:we concerns

On Thursday September 5, 2013, United States Attorney Richard Hartunian (Northern District of New York), surrounded by the police chiefs of the Oneida Indian Nation…

Canadian Border Security Agency human rights tribunal meets again for Onkwehon:we harassment investigation.

The human rights tribunal involving the CBSA Cornwall port of entry treatment of then-pregnant Akwesasne resident Teiohontathe Fallan Davis in 2005 resumed after a break…

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…

Police Neglecting Investigations Into the “Mysterious” Deaths of Native Women?

TORONTO – Over the past four months the city of Toronto has seen the ‘mysterious’ deaths of three young native women- mysterious mainly because the…

London Friendship Centre reopens after renovations

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…