Organization continues search to identify Indigenous veterans in unmarked graves

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte have a long history of military service ranging from the First and Second World War to Afghanistan, but…

How community engaged archaeology can be a pathway to reconciliation

By Dana Lepofsky, Christine Roberts, and Sean Markey We are standing in a circle on an expansive beach in front of an ancient rock-walled fish-trap…

RE: Six Nations of the GRAND RIVER BAND OF INDIANS vs. AG CANADA et al., Court File No. CV-18-594281

Further to the case conference endorsement date September 21, 2022, and in Particular paragraph 2 (b), the Men’s Fire of the Six Nations Grand River…

How community engaged archaeology can be a pathway to reconciliation

By Dana Lepofsky, Christine Roberts, and Sean Markey We are standing in a circle on an expansive beach in front of an ancient rock-walled fish-trap…

Jeff Ross receives 2022 National Indigenous Coaching Award

CANADA — On November 11, the CAC was honoured to support the Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) in their presentation of the National Indigenous Coaching Awards,…

NLL Transactions for this week

By TRT Staff with notes from NLL.com On November 8: The Calgary Roughnecks released Cordell Hastings from the Hold Out List. The Calgary Roughnecks released…

Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation drum perform at Raptors game

TORONTO — On Wednesday, November 9, the Toronto Raptors held an Indigenous Heritage Night that featured Indigenous Fusion Cuisine provided by Dashmaawaan Bemadzinjin, a half-time…

79 year-old Oneida Indian Nation man wins Powerlifting World Championship

NEW YORK — Oneida Indian Nation member, Ray Fougnier, who is 79 years old, was announced as the 2022 Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Powerlifting World…

NLL provides insight into Zed Williams hope to make more Indigenous athletes fall in love with lacrosse

By TRT Staff with notes from NLL.com Indigenous lacrosse player Zed Williams of the Seneca Nation, a National Lacrosse League (NLL) champion with the Colorado…

Accessibility to diabetes care on SN

World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about…

Remembrance Day, did you know?

Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in the United States are celebrated annually in November to honour the many individuals who have served in…

Carolyn King receives Order of Canada in special ceremony

She was awarded Canada’s highest honour during the pandemic and last week, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation elder and esteemed community member, volunteer and…

Private school operations chronically underfunded

Kawennio/Gaweniyo language immersion school is chronically underfunded in operations and maintenance. The school has to run a deficit just to cover its rent, Six Nations…

MCFN latest to intervene in Six Nations land rights case

The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation are the latest party to apply as an intervenor in Six Nations’ long-standing land-rights case against the Crown.…

“Grand River teachings come home”: video series examines the Haudenosaunee Great Law of Peace

SIX NATIONS — A video series produced by Two Row Times, ‘Learning the KAIANEREKOWA — the Great Law of Peace’, has released seven new videos…