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  • Shawnee Warrior and leader honoured in Moraviantown1

    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 ( March 1768 – October 5, 1813) was a Native American leader of the Shawnee and a large tribal confederacy (known as Tecumseh’s Confederacy) which opposed the United States during

  • Full Rainbow Frames Idle No More-Toronto’s Unity in Action Gathering0

    TORONTO – On the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, on October 7, the Idle No More movement took to the streets in over 50 places across Turtle Island and beyond to show the world that the movement for Indigenous rights has not faded. “We haven’t gathered here to celebrate that document which

  • Counties agree to fight contraband cigarette trafficking0

    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. St. Lawrence County, Franklin County, Chautauqua County and Suffolk County were the represented county governments.

  • Into the Pipeline, Down the rabbit hole0

    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 barrels of sour crude oil leach into the Grand River.

  • Playing in the sand draws large crowds1

    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 the new Niagara Falls Sand and Sculpture Exhibition. Sculptors turned their talent to a little used medium, sand, to create some amazingly intricate structures. The exhibition is not only a

  • 113th Annual Tyendinaga Agricultural Fair a success0

    TYENDINAGA – The 113th Annual Tyendinaga Agricultural Fair took place this past weekend. Although heavy rains on Saturday brought early closures and reduced numbers, the Kanhiote Fundraising Bingo, a pancake breakfast, the Car Show and Shine, the poultry judging, a turkey dinner, and the Mohawk singers weathered the rain without a hitch. On Friday night