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  • Traffic stops leads to contraband tobacco possession charge

    Traffic stops leads to contraband tobacco possession charge0

    HALDIMAND COUNTY – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Haldimand County Detachment has charged a 60-year-old male under the Tobacco Tax Act following a traffic stop on Highway 6 in Caledonia, Haldimand County, Ontario. On Friday July 28, 2017 at approximately 11:28 a.m., OPP were conducting routine patrols in the area of Highway 6 in Caledonia and

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  • The path forward includes all life not just human life

    The path forward includes all life not just human life0

    In all the colonial talk, we keep hearing the same rhetoric for solutions to the “Indian problem”. Recently released Federal principles are so principled that they did not involve the indigenous voices – I should think this would be the first principle to follow. The processes of the mainstream thinkers apply one size fits all

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  • U19 Girls Box Lacrosse team gains provincial notoriety

    U19 Girls Box Lacrosse team gains provincial notoriety0

    SIX NATIONS – As girls box lacrosse continues to grow, so do the opportunities for players. This year the very first U19 Girls Box Lacrosse Team will enter the Native American Indigenous Games (NAIG), and the players that are a part of the team have been knitted into news stories that will reach across the

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  • Why the Burtch Tract is so important

    Why the Burtch Tract is so important0

    By Jim Windle with notes BURTCH – The tract of land known as the Burtch Tract was part of the Haldimand Tract made manifest by Joseph Brant on behalf of the Mohawks and such others of the Six Nations who accepted the land grant directly from the Crown in recompense for lands lost after the

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  • Report for June and July 2016

    Report for June and July 20160

    By Helen Miller, District 4 Councillor First Nations (FNs) chiefs, councils and educators all across the country are excited with the announcement of the $8.4 billion in funding by the new Liberal government. Bit of concern that the FN leaders are putting so much hope and faith in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and our newly-appointed

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  • Rebels break eve

    Rebels break eve0

    SIX NATIONS – If anyone knows the Rebels this season; the games to see are the ones played against teams with older and hardened players. Much like the one played on Friday, June 17, which ended in a tie 12-12 versus the Niagara Thunderhawks. Coming back from a previous loss to the Thunderhawks, the Rebels

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