Murder accessory charges dropped in triple homicide

The mother of one of the slain victims in a brutal triple homicide near Oneida Nation of the Thames is angry that accessory charges against…

Cannabis Commission says illegal products abound on reserve

The Six Nations Cannabis Commission said there are thousands of unregulated products being sold on the reserve. “I could give you a thousand pictures of…

Third trial begins in Jonathan Styres case

A third trial has begun against a Binbrook man accused of murdering Six Nations man Jonathan Styres during an attempted truck theft in 2016. Peter…

Kahnawake suing Ontario for gaming

KAHNAWAKE — The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke launched a constitutional challenge against iGaming Ontario and the Attorney General of Ontario over the provincial government’s unilateral…

Holiday shopping at Toronto Indigenous Artisan Marketplace

If you are looking for an authentic experience and unique Indigenous designs for friends or family this holiday season you are in luck. The annual…

Chiefs of Ontario statement on 16 days of activism against gender-based violence

Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare issued the following statement marking the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and calling for…

Dev Corp donates to local schools

SIX NATIONS — The Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation announced that in lieu of toy bingo fundraisers being held for the reserve…

Six Nations Food Bank in desperate need of emergency help this holiday

Six Nations Food Bank usage has exploded during the past three years, with numbers increasing from about 50 people a week to about 300 visitors…

Six Nations gets pandemic recovery funding for tourism

Six Nations is getting $500,000 in funding to help the sector with its pandemic recover efforts. The announcement was made at The Gathering Place on…

Students in the P-TECH program begin their college studies

Six Nations Polytechnic  and Mohawk College celebrated the first graduate of the P-TECH program during this Fall’s Convocation ceremonies. Jarrod Wardell is the first graduate…

Six Nations operating in deficit halfway through the year

Six Nations of the Grand River is operating at a roughly $1 million deficit by the second quarter of the fiscal year, the finance committee…

Santa is back on tour this year

After missing the jolly old man for the past two years due to Covid, Six Nations celebrated the return of Santa this year, after he…

Residents protest Bill 23 at MPP Will Bouma’s office

Despite challenging weather conditions, concerned residents and community group members protested Bill 23 at MPP Will Bouma’s constituency office on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Protestors came…

Six Nations Housing receives $1.5 million in funding

Six Nations Housing is go9ing to build a five-unit townhome complex thanks to a recent $1.5 million funding windfall. The money came from both the…

Docuseries looks at the war story of Tom Longboat

SIX NATIONS —  A new docuseries on the History Channel takes a deep look at the military service of Six Nations veteran Tom Longboat —…