Inspire announces in-person 2022 Indspire Awards ceremony

Head: Byline: Jace Koblun Images: N/A Text: With COVID-19 restrictions lifting and more in-person events taking place around the territory, Indspire announced the much-anticipated return…

Pope apologizes to delegation for residential schools

*content warning: mentions religious abuse Two centuries after church and government-run residential schools opened with the aim of forcefully converting Indigenous children into Christians through…

Suit filed over threat to ban Native Americans from hotel

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside a federal courthouse in a South Dakota city Wednesday to cheer the filing of a…

Lee Maracle, a leading voice in Indigenous literature, dies at 71

Writer Lee Maracle, who championed the stories of Indigenous women to change the face of Canadian literature, has died. Family friend Michaela Washburn said the…

Brandon Montour sustains fine and undisclosed injury

NEW YORK — Florida Panthers defenseman Brandon Montour has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for spearing Tampa Bay Lightning forward Pat Maroon during…

‘Succeed in life:’ Twins want to pave way for aspiring Indigenous hockey players

Jordyn and Kyla Bear have something to say to the next Indigenous generation who want to follow in their footsteps in hockey — they’re only…

Council warns quarantine violators could face fines as COVID-19 case counts rise across region

SIX NATIONS — Six Nations issued a stern caution to residents that anyone violating quarantine instructions and hosting large gatherings over the Halloween holiday could…

Stop telling students to study STEM instead of humanities for the post coronavirus world

By Alan Sears, University of New Brunswick and Penney Clark, University of British Columbia Finally, someone has figured out how to put an end to…

5 ways to support online homeschooling through the coronavirus pandemic

By Jennifer Sparks, PhD Candidate, Department of Leadership, Higher & Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto This…

Baby Snapping Turtles Beginning to Hatch

When Sky Woman fell helplessly from the sky, she looked down at what lied beneath her, what could have been her fate: death. There was…

Pride flag-raising events goes virtual for 2020

BRANTFORD — Annual Pride Flag raising events in the region were celebrated online this year in the city of Brantford and Brant County. Members of…

Indigenous music artist contest open for submissions

The Darren Ross Agency and Jukasa Studios have collaborated to bring forth a new competition style song and management deal contest under the name of…

Hawks complete first round playoff sweep against Sailors

PORT DOVER— Right now, this is a highly confident Hagersville Hawks team who have visions of a championship. After finishing the regular by going an…

Simcoe Lights are on again

SIMCOE — The first light-up of the season in Wellington Park, downtown Simcoe opened at the end of last month. The lights have been a…

‘Art that’s coming home:’ Totem pole carved by inmates returning to First Nation

PRINCE ALBERT, SK — Darlene Stonechild is preparing to bring a piece of her family’s history home to her southeastern Saskatchewan First Nation. Her brother,…