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  • Six Nations Egg-citing Easter Egg scramble fun

    Six Nations Egg-citing Easter Egg scramble fun

    By Chris Pimentel There wasn’t a cloud in the sky for the 48th annual Easter Egg scramble. Children from all over Six Nations gathered at the Community Hall parking lot spread out with candy. Each of the kids were divided into four groups. Children 6 months to 2 years didn’t …Read More »
  • Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould receives Indigenous Women Leadership award

    Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould receives Indigenous Women Leadership award

    By Lynda Powless Editor On her father’s 73rd birthday Justice Minister and Attorney General of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould received the inaugural National Indigenous Women in Leadership award from the Canada Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB) in Toronto. “I am incredibly honoured to be the inaugural recipient of this award,” she told …Read More »
  • GREAT student office opens

    By: Chris Pimentel Summer time is one of the best times for students to start looking and applying for summer jobs, and fortunately for them Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT) is offering programs tailored for students in high school and university. Carly Martin is in charge of the student …Read More »
  • HDI “strategic victory”, Men’s Fire Members Class Action ordered to hearing

    HDI “strategic victory”, Men’s Fire Members Class Action ordered to hearing

    HAMILTON- An Ontario Superior Court Justice has denied another attempt by two members of the Six Nations Men’s Fire to stall a hearing on their own motions seeking to certify a $100 million class action suit. Justice Carpenter-Gunn denied the request Tuesday and set the case to go ahead within …Read More »
  • SN Economic Develop shines light on $7 million solar deal

    SN Economic Develop shines light on $7 million solar deal

    By Chris Pimentel Writer The turnout was small, but a Six Nations investment in Nanticoke Solar is paying off big with the community expected to receive $7 million over 20 years in a partnership that will turn North America’s largest coal-fired power plant into a huge solar farm. The Nanticoke …Read More »

Editorial

Celebrate Mother Earth with us

Earth Day is upon us. For over a decade Turtle Island News has been celebrating Earth…

Letter: Councillor says unity needed now

A class action suit that is wanting

Editorial Cartoons

Weekly Cartoon

Weekly Cartoon

Weekly Cartoon

Special Reports

Final cleanup begins at Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp

BISMARCK, N.D.-The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved into the evacuated Dakota Access pipeline protest…

Special Section: A Community in Transition

Press Releases

National Aboriginal Languages Day:Survey shows Canadians support saving Indigenous languages

AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde Releases Survey on National Aboriginal Languages Day Showing Majority of Canadians…

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde Says Access to Clean Drinking Water a Basic Human Right

B.C.’s Arthur Manuel passes, we “lost a warrior”