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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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  • A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION: Part 5

    A CANADIAN CONSTITUTION: Part 50

    A six-part interview with R. Rogers Smith examining the formation of Canada The following is an excerpt from an interview by George Barr, KING’S Council, with R. Rogers Smith sometime in the mid 1940’s and on “Ligue pour l’Union Federale”, 822 Sherbrooke Est, Mtl. (Acquired from the Ka-Nee-Ka-Neet collection) Question s by G. H. Barr,

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  • Enbridge, a Company With Problems With Natives,  Seeks Deal With Akwesasne Mohawks

    Enbridge, a Company With Problems With Natives, Seeks Deal With Akwesasne Mohawks0

    Credit goes to the Mohawk leadership for trying to find a way to relieve the extraordinarily high utility rates paid by homes throughout Akwesasne. Those costs take a major bite out of the budgets for the families, a situation which is galling whenever one drives across the International Bridges, looks to the west and sees

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  • Nature Connections

    Nature Connections0

    For those of you who have read my articles before, you already know by now that I write about Nature and my interactions with Her. For those of you who have stumbled across my writing for the first time, my series of work explores the connections between Humans and Nature. As my series approaches its

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  • Why the 1841 “surrender” is bogus.

    Why the 1841 “surrender” is bogus.0

    SIX NATIONS — On Christmas Day, 1794, Superintendent General and Inspector General of Indian Affairs directed that there be specific regulations to be followed for the legal alienation of Indian Lands stating, “No lands are therefore to be purchased of the Indians, but by the Superintendent General and Inspector General of Indian Affairs, or in

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Two Row Times

Two Row Times