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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

  • SN Minor Hockey Novice

    SN Minor Hockey Novice0

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Novice did a nice last minute steal against the Burford Coyotes on Sunday Feb. 21. After a lot of puck possession and shots in the first period, the first goal was landed by Averee Sault who was assisted by Ryden Bomberry. By the end of the second period, the second

  • Healthy Roots Q&A

    Healthy Roots Q&A0

    You can read up on the Healthy Roots challenge that these 9 participants are committed to at www.tworowtimes.com. Q: On a scale of 1-10 how do you feel this week? Doug: I would say an 8.5 Kenzie: I feel about a 6. I’ve been tired and sick for a couple days. Michele: I feel about

  • Protecting the Sacred: Activists manually shut down Line 9

    Protecting the Sacred: Activists manually shut down Line 90

    Sometimes, it is the early mornings that stimulate creative and courageous actions grounded in love.  It was 7:30 am on Monday December 21 that three activists, including Anishnaabe kwe Vanessa Gray, went out in the rain near Sarnia, Ontario, entered a fenced-in area containing a manual valve and literally shut down Line 9.  Enbridge’s Line

  • Penalties mount as Midgets lose

    Penalties mount as Midgets lose0

    OHSWEKEN — The Cayuga Stars showed great discipline in defeating their hosts 5–2. On the other hand, Six Nations undisciplined play and resulting string of penalties prevented them from mounting any sustained pressure on the Stars while giving Cayuga ample opportunity to capitalize on man advantage opportunities. Cayuga kept their nose clean throughout the game

  • Farmland must be protected

    Farmland must be protected0

    Farmland must be protected. That is the message being put forth by the Ontario Federation of Agriculture after Don McCabe was acclaimed president of the federation for another one-year term. “Farmland in Ontario should be recognized as a permanent feature with economic and ecosystem benefits,” McCabe says. He and the federation are tired of seeing