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Supreme Court rebukes energy regulator for Clyde River consultation

But finds NEB did properly consult the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation on Enbridge pipeline OTTAWA-The country’s highest court has ruled that the federal government can rely on the National Energy Board to fulfil its duty to consult Indigenous communities about development projects in their traditional territories,  but only if the process is robust. In unanimous decisions in two separate appeal cases which were heard together because of their similar issues, the court found the NEB did indeed fulfil…

Editorial

Welcoming the world while oppressing our own

When it came to welcoming the world to Six Nations this week, organizers of one of…

National Chief opens AFN with plea to end racism

The irony isn’t lost on us

Editorial Cartoons

Weekly Cartoon

Weekly Cartoon

Weekly Cartoon

Special Reports

Special Section: A Community in Transition

Is Six Nations ready for the re-building of a traditional government: -1924: The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs’ Council were forcibly ousted as the recognized governing body on Six Nations by the RCMP at gunpoint. It came after a group of community members, often referred to as “de-horners” complained about the hereditary nature of the HCCC. Those de-horners went on to become the first elected band council at Six Nations under the authority of the Indian Act. -March 5, 1959: Council House Coup D’etat: Confederacy chiefs and clanmothers, backed by community supporters,…

Other Publications

Aboriginal Business News

Aboriginal Business Magazine

Choices Education Magazine

Choices Education Magazine

Discover Six Nations Magazine

Discover Six Nations Magazine

Aboriginal Tourism Magazine

Aboriginal Tourism Magazine

Fore Golf Magazine

Fore Golf Magazine

Turtle Club Kids - Earth Day Edition

TCK – Earthday Edition

Turtle Club Kids - Anti-Bully

TCK – Anti-Bully

Christmas Carol Book

Christmas Carol Book