Good News or a Set-up for Failure?

Recently, the West Hill United Church got an answer from the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development to its Petition (see Two Row Times,…

It’s International Women’s Day 2014

It's International Women's Day 2014, and Conservatives have rejected a call for an inquiry into murdered and missing Aboriginal women in Canada. And why should…

In 1951 the Indian act was revised so that Aboriginals were now allowed to possess and drink alcohol

In 1951 the Indian act was revised so that Aboriginals were now allowed to possess and drink alcohol for the first time, but only on…

Bill C-10 is the latest in a long, long list of bullying attempts

Bill C-10 is the latest in a long, long list of bullying attempts to make “First Nations” give up identity, rights and even existence. Every…

Real truth vs. the mainstream media

The issue of fair and objective news coverage of Onkwehonwe issues in the mainstream media has always been a subject of controversy throughout Turtle Island.…

Clarification from John Kearns

Subsequent to recently stating the facts in response to unfounded criticism of the Kearns Disintegration System presently set up at the community landfill, I have…

Canada’s Indian Problem

I offer this information to assist people in formulating their perspective on an issue that has been lost in recent acts by persons and agents…

My near-death experience

After reading Rhonda Maracle’s article “Survival” in last week’s paper I felt compelled to share my near-death experience.

Christmas Message from Leonard Peltier

In this season of giving, receiving and acknowledgement of blessings, I want to acknowledge all of the people who have helped me all of these…

Honoring Idle No More

Last year on January 5th nations all over Turtle Island held events in support of the “Idle No More” movement. We proved to the world…

On the RBG deer hunt

A recent Facebook page set up by animal rights activists opposed to the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) deer hunt, referred to the hunt as an…

The Canandaigua Treaty was signed by the President and not by the Senate.

The Canandaigua Treaty was signed by the President and not by the Senate. That picture of November 13, 2013, in the Two Row Times, must…

Land ownership and the Brantford injunction

I am one of the litigants named in the Injunction at Brantford, Ontario. I have just learned that the appeal launched by the Haudenosaunee Development…

The Two Row Wampum and the Rules of Law

An agreement between the Mohawk Workers and Guswenta Holdings Incorporated (a Canadian Holdings Company) has the Kanienke:haka and the Haudenosaunee community-at-large conflicted with the recent…

Thinking about Remembrance day

I am not sure what to think of Remembrance day. I mean, when you really think about it, back in the day during World War…