BRANTFORD – When hostilities broke out in August of 1014, one hundred years ago, they called it “The Great War” and believed it was to be “The War that ended all Wars.” There have always been wars and skirmishes, but until that point there was never a time when every major developed country on theREAD MORE
SIX NATIONS – The Six Nations Jr. A Arrows Express were one win away from sweeping the Whitby Warriors four straight going into Tuesday night’s Game #4 in Whitby after taking Game #1, 10-2, Game #2, 8-6, and Game #3, 13-3, Sunday night at the ILA. Unfortunately, the results of that game were unavailable by press time.READ MORE
SIX NATIONS – Monday night in Burlington the Six Nations Arrows Express defeated the Burlington Chiefs by a score of 9-8. It took a goal by Haodais Maracle with 40 seconds remaining in the game to do it, but the Arrows third period collapse very nearly resulted in the Arrows’ first loss of the season.READ MORE
Sub zero temperatures didn’t deter a crowd of people from marching on the Peace Bridge on Saturday afternoon to stand up for the environment.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
My Dudah’s English (language) name was Frances Butler and she married Joseph Garlow back before there was hydro on Six Nations Reserve No. 40.READ MORE