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2OTH Annual Port Dover Perch Derby giving out over $23,000 in prizes

40 Tagged Perch worth over $23,500 In the 20th Annual Port Dover Perch Derby Lots of fish, lots of prizes and lots of fun! Two full weeks of fishing fun in the Port Dover Perch Derby begins on Saturday April 29th with 40 tagged perch — worth a total of $23,500 in prize money — waiting to be caught. Dust off your fishing pole, get a ticket and drop your line in along Port Dover’s pier and riverfront. The Annual…

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  • Lighting up in Veteran’s Park to mark 420

    Lighting up in Veteran’s Park to mark 420

    By Chris Pimentel Writer Six Nations marked 4/20, the annual day of celebration for cannabis culture lovers around the world by lighting up in Veteran’s Park Thursday. About a dozen people turned out to Veteran’s Park to light up despite the rainy weather marking a day pro-marijuana advocates gather in …Read More »
  • Geronimo Henry, Six Nations’ “Elvis” gets volunteer award

    Geronimo Henry, Six Nations’ “Elvis” gets volunteer award

    By Chris Pimentel Writer Mississauga New Credit- Geronimo Henry became the first person from Six Nations to be nominated for the Lifetime Volunteer Achievement award with Brant Community Foundation. He joined Walter Gretzky and Mary Welsh as those who were nominated at the dinner and celebration on Monday, April 24th. …Read More »
  • Six Nations Police investigate shots fired at house

    OHSWEKEN, SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER TERRITORY – Six Nations Police are investigating the report of shots being fired at Seneca Road house here early Sunday morning. Police said on On Sunday, April 23rd, 2017, at 5:54 A.M., Six Nations Police responded to a report of shots fired at …Read More »
  • Look Good, Feel Better is Campaign helping Cancer Patients in Six Nations

    By Chris Pimentel Writer Erinn Monture didn’t just accept her cancer treatment …instead she used it to help other people who were diagnosed with cancer. “When I was going through cancer, I became a mentor for a lot of people and that’s because I just didn’t give a crap. I …Read More »
  • Wanted male captured by Police

    Six Nations Police have taken a wanted man inro custody after an incident in Ohsweken Thursday, April 20th, at about  5:00 p.m.,  when Six Nations Police checked a 2013 Chevrolet Silverado that pulled into the parking lot of the Pharmasave on Chiefswood Road.  An occupant of the vehicle was recognized …Read More »



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