Three Six Nations hip hop recording artists Colt 45, Deya and Scrivenz Tha Don took to the stage last week as part of Joey Stylez’ Feather and Rosary Tour at Club NV in Brantford.READ MORE
BRANTFORD – The Canadian Military Heritage Museum in Brantford has a great display section dedicated to the Onkwehon:we allied warriors from the American Revolution to today’s warriors in uniform around the world.
Rick Shaver, chair of the museum, says his display has been heavily viewed by non-Native visitors and school children.READ MORE
BRANTFORD – Twenty-four-year-old Six Nations boxer Cher Obediah-Blasdell, of the Seneca Nation, Turtle Clan, couldn’t believe her luck after being informed that she had made Team Ontario as a walk-on and will fight for the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association Title in Regina, Saskatchewan, later this month. Obediah-Blasdell is a member of the Black Eye BoxingREAD MORE
BRANTFORD – On September 25th-26th, 2013 Enbridge Pipelines conducted a full-scale exercise simulating a pipeline rupture, an oil breach scenario that would see around 4,400 barrels of sour crude oil leach into the Grand River.READ MORE
BRANTFORD – About 65 women and men took part in the Take Back the Night walk last week in Brantford. Take Back The Night is a walk to and stand up and bring attention to crimes against women and to help end sexual violence in all of its forms including sexual assault, sexual abuse, datingREAD MORE
Brantford and the Municipality of the County of Brant have been in talks for decades over a possible border adjustment and land swap that would see a large piece of what is now under the jurisdiction of the County come into the city in exchange of other lands now within the city’s holdings. The proposedREAD MORE