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Gina Deer leaning on experience in race for Kahnawake Grand Chief 

By Marc Lalonde  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The race for Grand Chief of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake is coming down to its last few weeks, and one of the candidates is leaning on her considerable experience and commitment to public service over the last few years, as well as the fact that she was tabbed to temporarily replace the late Joe Norton when he was unable to work in the time before his death last summer. “When Joseph Tokwiro…

COVID-19 News

Six Nations COVID-19 on-reserve vaccinations may be at 60 per cent

Health Services skewed numbers by including children in first low count By Victoria Gray Writer Director of Six Nations Health Services Lori Davis-Hill believes vaccination numbers for the territory only appear low because every band member is included in the count. Six Nations has reported a 35 per cent vaccination rate of those living on Six Nations and 31 per cent of those band members living off-reserve. Davis-Hill told the Six Nations Elected Council’s Human Services Committee on June 2…


It’s all about governance

Change never comes easy for anyone. In Indigenous communities it can be challenging. In particular in…

Ontario is leading the way

Yes this is Canada

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Special Reports

Black Walnuts Foraged Food Security

By Terrylynn Brant Mohawk Seedkeeper Gardens Black Walnuts have been a traditional foraged food source among the Haudenosaunee for centuries. Today, with food security on everyone’s mind we are seeing a renewed interest in these majestic nut trees across our territories. Store bought walnuts are English or California Walnuts. They are grown in managed orchards and have a milder taste. They originated in Persia, growing in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and later developed by the Greeks. Franciscan Monks brought them to California in the 18th century. The bolder, earthier…

Sustainable Communities Save Seeds!

Special Section: A Community in Transition

Press Releases

City launches Digital Service Squad to help small businesses adopt online technologies

Brantford, ON – In partnership with the Downtown Brantford BIA, the Brantford-Brant Business Resource Enterprise Centre…

New First Nations Report Details Groundbreaking Dialogue around Native Stewardship of Lands, Natural Resources and Sacred Sites

Statement by Minister Wilson-Raybould on the accomplishments of 2016

World News

Biden: ‘We can’t wait any longer’ to address climate crisis 

By Matthew Daly And Ellen Knickmeyer THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON- In the most ambitious U.S. effort…

Turtle Island News Audio Files

The Hydro One Annual Shareholder Meeting was held on May 15, 2018.

The entire audio file can be downloaded or listened to at https://www.hydroone.com/about/corporate-information/governance/annual-shareholder-meeting-materials.

This is an excerpt from the meeting during the question and answer period where Elected Chief Ava Hill, Ron Jamieson and Matt Jamieson make comments and/or ask questions.

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Turtle Club Kids - Earth Day Edition

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TCK – Anti-Bully

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