Six Nations Development Corporation donates iPads to Iroquois Lodge

Iroquois Lodge got 14 iPads thanks to a donation from the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation last week. Elders at the lodge…

Three arrested in drug search

SIX NATIONS — Three men are under arrest and facing a slew of drug trafficking and weapons charges after a search warrant by Six Nations…

Ride for Residential School Justice

SIX NATIONS — Over 100 people rode motorcycles in a demonstration to demand justice and awareness for recovered unmarked graves at Residential Schools across Canada.…

Community fundraises for SN Deputy Fire Chief

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations has come together to fundraise to help Deputy Fire Chief Vince Martin, who is recovering in hospital from a significant illness.…

Indigenous conservation Canada’s way of the future, Guilbeault says

Tanya Ball began her career as a social worker for the Kaska Dene First Nation. Now she runs a land guardian program, working to monitor…

Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald says suspension unlawful

OTTAWA — Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald and her lawyers say the organization’s move to suspend her and prevent her from attending…

Learn from reconciliation efforts in Canada, Prince Charles urges Commonwealth

KIGALI, Rwanda — The Commonwealth can learn from Canada’s efforts at reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, Prince Charles told the heads of governments at the opening…

‘About the survivors’: Pope’s visit important to understand residential schools

MASKWACIS — Leaders from four First Nations in central Alberta say the Pope’s upcoming visit could help the world understand the trauma the residential school…

Six Nations Council wants redress for boundary expansion snub; land rights need to be recognized

Six Nations Lands and Resources Director Lonny Bomberry has suggested elected council consider legal action against the City of Brantford after a discussion at Monday’s…

Six Nations and surrounding area on cougar watch

A rather large cat could be on the prowl on Six Nations and the surrounding areas, after several reported sightings of a large black animal…

Councillor Wendy Johnson resigns

In a surprise move, Wendy Johnson has resigned from Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council. The community learned of the sudden resignation at…

Run Woman Run brings Indigenous filmmakers into limelight

Indigenous people are becoming more and more represented in the film industry and with the recent success of the mainstream feature film Run Woman Run,…

Farmers and consumers hit by high prices

Food import bills will reach a record high this year and food markets are likely to tighten around the world, according to a glum new…

Summer events to foster a sense of community

Events that bring residents of a community together in one place had been on the back burner as the world was and is continuing to…

Food giants reap enormous profits during times of crisis

By Phoebe Stephens A recent report by Oxfam International has found that 62 new “food billionaires” were created during the pandemic. The report, released ahead…