Jacqueline House on the Cayuga Nation standoff

CAYUGA LAKE – Tensions are rising on the shores of Cayuga Lake, NY. A large police presence was visible in the community today after a brawl…

So what’s the fuss with Tobacco?

Just about everyone has heard about the recent “largest tobacco bust” in North American history. There is nary a media source that is reporting all…

Coalition created to fight Bill C-10

TORONTO – A coalition has been formed against the Harper Government’s Bill C-10 (an act to criminalize Native tobacco). The coalition is currently comprised of…

Bill C-10 from the perspective of two lawyers

Last Saturday, concerned members of the community packed the hall at Six Nations Polytech to listen to various speakers discuss Bill C-10 and what will…

Jock Hill on Bill C-10

SIX NATIONS - Two Tow Times met with Haudenosaunee Confederacy Secretary “Jock” Hill to talk about the pending bill C-10 and it’s implications on all…

Brant promises direct action if no inquiry

SIX NATIONS – Tyendinaga Mohawk activist Shawn Brant was at Six Nations Polytechnic Saturday afternoon as part of a Two Tow Times sponsored talk on…

Local smoke shop owner discusses Bill C-10

The Two Row Times spoke with a storeowner for a smoke shop on Six Nations who identifies as Mohawk and wished to remain anonymous.

Two Row Times hosts public information meeting on Bill C-10

Almost exactly twenty years ago, in February 1994, the RCMP threatened to invade the Six Nations territory in a crackdown on cigarette smuggling. And now…

Conservative MP Phil McColeman on C-10

BRANT/BRANTFORD – Bill C-10, which would force Native cigarette businesses to pay a foreign tax on products made on reserve and sold on reserve, is…

United Front needed against C-10

SIX NATIONS - According to Steven Ford, a practicing lawyer and proud Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) from Tyendinaga, a united front is the best defense against Prime…