Six Nations News

“A GIRL LIKE HER”

“A GIRL LIKE HER” Hosted by Councillor Helen Miller May 5, 2016 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Social Service Gym Social Service Building Sunrise Court A “Girl Like Her” is a movie about a young girl who was bullied at school and the effect it had on her, her friend and her family. The movie also shows the effect it had on the young girl who had to face the painful truth and results of her bullying. WARNING This movie…

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  • A great big Nia:weh/thank you to emergency services

    A great big Nia:weh/thank you to emergency services

    By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations Band council held its second annual Thank you breakfast for local emergency services’ responders Sunday. The breakfast at the community hall is held, councillor Wray Maracle said to show “our emergency responders, the police, firefighters, ambulance, that we appreciate the work they do.” Maracle who …Read More »
  • Ganohkwasra gets donation

    Ganohkwasra gets donation

    Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Service received a donation from the Soroptimist International Grand Erie organization last Wednesday that is expected to help in the healing process of victims of trauma. Angie Witten, Chair of Program of Soroptimist International Grand Erie, presented Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services with a donation for …Read More »
  • Six Nations Band Council reaches tentative agreement on McClung road

    Six Nations Elected Band Council has drawn up a draft agreement with McClung Properties Ltd. to build a 3,500-home subdivision in the north end of Caledonia on unceded Six Nations’ lands. Band Council and McClung Properties Ltd. have arrived at a benefit agreement regarding the Avalon (McClung) Development in Caledonia, …Read More »
  • Six Nations Band Council denounces violence in community

    Six Nations Elected Council is denouncing violence in the community in light of the recent unrest at Grand River Employment and Training, where the Six Nations Men’s Fire forcibly removed and assaulted Mohawk lawyer Aaron Detlor April 26. Although the statement does not refer specifically to the Men’s Fire or …Read More »
  • Funders questioning GREAT ability to meet mandate after Men’s Fire disruption

    Grand River Employment and Training Inc. has issued a press release in response to the Men’s Fire’s actions that resulted in a shutdown of their building on April 27.   The Men’s Fire assaulted a tenant in the building, Mohawk lawyer Aaron Detlor, the previous day, on April 26. The building …Read More »

Editorial

May peace prevail

The events of last week have cast a shadow over Six Nations and its internal processes…

Letters and Facebook message on the GREAT incident

COMMENTARY- Who’s next…?

Editorial Cartoons

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Weekly Cartoon

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Special Reports

International Women’s Week: Saluting Indigenous women making a difference

A star Liberal candidate in the Vancouver Granville Riding, former B.C.  Association of First Nations Regional…

First phase of inquiry into Missing, Murdered Indigenous women launched

Man charged with murder of missing woman told Saskatoon police where to find body

Press Releases

Six Nations Band Council denounces violence in community

Six Nations Elected Council is denouncing violence in the community in light of the recent unrest…

Funders questioning GREAT ability to meet mandate after Men’s Fire disruption

HCCC Media Release: Actions of the Six Nations Men’s Fire