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  • Justice was Denied; again

    Justice was Denied; again0

    By: Doug Whitlow, BA On Wednesday, June, 27, 2018; a Jury of his Peers found Peter Khill Not Guilty of 2nd Degree Murder in the death of Jonny Styres of the Six Nations Indian Reserve in the Mohawk Territory of Southern, Ontario, Canada. Although the people of the Six Nations Reserve were hoping Khill would

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  • I have never celebrated Canada Day.

    I have never celebrated Canada Day.0

    In the early hours of a cold March day in 1983, long before cellphones and GPS systems, my good friend Karl Staats was driving back to Six Nations from seeing a movie in Hamilton when his car ran out of gas near Flamborough. He was with our friend Lorne, who he asked to stay in

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Six Nations Elected Council – Deeply Disappointed by the Canadian Justice System, Again

    PRESS RELEASE: Six Nations Elected Council – Deeply Disappointed by the Canadian Justice System, Again0

    Six Nations Elected Council – Deeply Disappointed by the Canadian Justice System, Again. OHSWEKEN – Six Nations Elected Council joins other Indigenous voices expressing shock and disappointment at the “not guilty” verdict by the jury in the trial of Peter Khill charged with second degree murder of Six Nations father of two, Jonathan Styres. “How

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  • Ghost Forest

    Ghost Forest0

    My parents backyard backs onto an acre of a sparse and symmetrical little walnut forest. Private and serene, the backyard has always been a place to escape and sit in peace with Mother Nature. For nearly half my life, I’ve been going into that backyard in practically every type of emotion you could imagine, speaking

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  • New Premiere of Ontario: Same old problems for Canadian Natives in Ontario0

    By: Doug Whitlow (BA, First Nations Studies) On June 08, 2018 Conservative Party Leader (Doug Ford) took over the reins of Political Power in the province of Ontario. While this passing of power from the now defunct Liberal Party of Ontario to the new Conservative Party of Ontario may signal much in the way of

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  • OPINION: What its like to be indigneous during a provincial election.

    OPINION: What its like to be indigneous during a provincial election.0

    This week I had a chance to sit down and interview all six of the provincial candidates running for a seat in Brantford-Brant. As a voting indigenous person living in the riding I was very excited to hear what they were going to say. To start I asked them three questions about my community of

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