Six Nations News

Brant County Health Unit issues cold weather alert, affects Six Nations-New Credit areas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 18, 2016 The Medical Officer of Health for the Brant County Health Unit has called a Cold Weather Alert effective February 10, 2016 to ensure all homeless people are provided with essential services during the current cold weather. Temperatures are expected to drop to/below -15°C, without wind chill. During the Alert, homeless people are advised to seek shelter. This alert will remain in effect on a daily basis until a cancellation notice is issued. The Brant County Health Unit…

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Polytech deserves our thanks

Six Nations Polytechnic has reason to be smiling today. After three long years of work they finally have accomplished what the original vision of the educational institute was. They will be gifting university degrees. The degrees are for the Mohawk and Cayuga language studies, but it is not only a beginning but recognition of the importance of Haudenosaunee languages. The institution has three years to turn the three year language programs into four year university courses and with Rebecca Jamieson at the helm we have no doubt that it will…

La Loche is impetus for change

Tragedy and hope in one week