Not-so-bright thieves rob Erlind’s

For the second time this year, Erlind’s restaurant in the Iroquois Plaza was the target of a smash and grab by thieves. The incident happened…

Ganigohiyo

For every day that passes by, from about mid-July to the end of August, my twelve year old daughter gives me detailed lists about what…

Ancient rock etchings found in Nevada could be oldest in North America

There are some limestone boulders near Pyramid Lake in north Nevada desert that are causing quite a stir amongst the scientific community. Radiocarbon tests suggest…

Music is our Medicine: Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards 2013

The MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba was the setting for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA 2013) main event, televised by APTN. Thousands of Aboriginal…

Concert for a Cure entertains and educates

The 6th Annual Concert for a Cure featuring headliner Alberta Cree Canadian country star Shane Yellowbird, kept the music going all weekend to bring awareness…

Police Neglecting Investigations Into the “Mysterious” Deaths of Native Women?

TORONTO – Over the past four months the city of Toronto has seen the ‘mysterious’ deaths of three young native women- mysterious mainly because the…

North American Native Sisters return from Italy with great memories

The North American Native Sisters master’s softball team wrote history recently when they competed in the World Masters Games played in Torino, Italy as the…

Tire recycling must be better monitored

Brantford citizens and neighbouring environmentalists have come together to organize the East Ward & Echo Place Neighbourhood Association www.eastwardechoplace.com to highlight their concerns over the…

Chiefs recite the Great Law near London at Oneida of the Thames

LAMBETH, ON – Over 300 delegates from Quebec, Ontario, New York State, and Wisconsin attended the recital of the Rotinohsionni master narrative called the Kayanerensherakowa or the…

The Sting and the Overreach: From Kansas City to Tonawanda, Ohsweken, Yakama and More

Last week, a 43-count federal indictment was filed in the Western District of Missouri. It named 18 defendants and while only a handful of were Native,…

Three Fires Pow Wow lights up Saturday morning

This coming weekend, Saturday, August 24 th and Sunday Aug. 25th, the Mississaugas of the New Credit proudly host the 27th Annual Three Fires Homecoming…

Dance Responsibly

The year Gramma Rovina got sick, we went to longhouse. We were sitting on the bench together, my Onondaga Beaver grandmother keeping me right under…

Arnold Jacobs … more than an artist, more than a Chief

Onondaga Chief Arnold Jacobs, of Two Turtles Fine Art Studio located in the Middleport Plaza on Highway #54, Six Nations, is an internationally recognized artist…

Week in Review an Introduction

Onkwehon:we / ORIGINAL PEOPLES – WEEK IN REVIEW (August 5-11, 2013) Flood Evacuees of Siksika Nation Living in Prison Camp-Like Conditions No smoking, no pets,…