Former Champ still fighting for Native youth

Tacoma WA The year was 1999 and the heavyweight boxing world was filled with rising stars, many of whom are well known and revered today.

St. Andrew’s wants Thorold Blackhawks logo changed

In a statement issued to Thorold Blackhawks owners, Ralph Sacco and Tony Gigliotti, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Thorold expressed their concerns regarding the refusal…

Federal regulation of Six Nations drinking water now in effect

SIX NATIONS – A fundamental legislative change in the regulation of Six Nations drinking water treatment and supply may have far reaching First Nations sovereignty…

Artifacts of Residential Schools to be used in national memorial

A national monument commemorating the dark legacy of the Indian Residential School System and its devastating effects on indigenous identity is in the works.

Florida High School gives racist pow-wow lesson to pre-schoolers

A racist video depicting caucasian youth impersonating a pow-wow is circulating around the internet this week and landed in the hands of indigenous media.

What You Don’t Know Could Kill You: BC to Make Methadone Ten Times Stronger

In BC, methadone will get ten times stronger in just a few weeks – but most patients don’t know about it – raising the spectre…

Interview with Gary Horsnell

Friday the 13th of December, Gary Horsnell, a former Ontario Ministry of the Environment worker, held a candid interview with the Tow Row Times in…

John Kane is Recipient of Community Leader Media Award from the National Federation of Just Communities of Western New York

(WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 2, 2014) - John Kane, Mohawk activist and national expert commentator on Native issues, will receive a Community Leader Media Award from…

Corvairs down Canucks 4-3

CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs had their hands full Saturday night with the sixth place Niagara Falls Canucks at the Haldimand Centre Arena in…

Idle No More: the indigenous news event of 2013

From an Onkwehon:we perspective, there are few more important stories in 2013 than the rise to prominence of the Idle No More movement.

Yellow Box Cheerios says NO to GMO

One year ago, the group used social media efforts to rally consumers to pressure General Mills to make Cheerios without GMOs.

From the desk of Jonathan Garlow

When people in the community see me in the village or at a restaurant, I am often asked “so how’s the paper going?” In the…

Native American actor Charlie Hill, 62, has lost battle with lymphoma

Two Row Times has confirmed that Haudenosaune/Cree actor Charlie Hill passed away early Monday morning following a lengthy illness. He was 62 years old.

America’s Greatest Public Execution

The story of the executions in Mankato, Minnesota that would be the final chapter of the Dakota War of 1862 seems to always miss the…

The happiest kids on Sour Springs Road

Every year down on Six at New Years you will hear folks greeting each other with a festive “Nu-yah! Nu-yah!”. For some it is just…