Santee Smith inspires on her journey - Two Row Times

At the front of the Woodland Cultural Centre auditorium, 3-year-old Vivien Menoz-Johnson, a ballet student herself, twirled, bounced and danced. She was beaming in anticipation of Santee Smith’s perfo...

The Office of the Chief Coroner (OCC), the Death Under Five Committee (DU5C) and the Pediatric Death Review Committee (PDRC) collectively strive to appropriately assign the Manner of Death to an avera...

OHSWEKEN – To commemorate their 25th anniversary, CKRZ kicked off a year of celebratory events and new programming this past Wednesday. “We actually started in 1987,” admits CKRZ board member Sabrina...

TORONTO - On Sunday, January 15th, 2015, Six Nations resident Aleria McKay was one of 15 finalists chosen out of 40 contestants for the Miss Teenage Ontario Pageant. The Two Row Times caught up with A...

Fundraising has begun for a proposed memorial monument to those who died while under the "care" of the Anglican Church and Federal Government at the Mohawk Institute residential school built on Mohawk...

Santee Smith inspires on her journey

At the front of the Woodland Cultural Centre auditorium, 3-year-old Vivien Menoz-Johnson, a ballet student herself, twirled, bounced and danced. She was beaming in anticipation of Santee Smith’s performance of Re-Quickening last Saturday night.
“Oh, she was just like me at her age,” laughs Santee after her program.

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SIX NATIONS – Clear March 21st from your calendar, get your dabbers ready and pack up your honey. Six Nations Bingo is gearing up for the “Grand” Bingo night at Six Nations.
“There will be more than $100,000 in the 15-up books.

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CKRZ 100.3 celebrates its 25th anniversary

OHSWEKEN – To commemorate their 25th anniversary, CKRZ kicked off a year of celebratory events and new programming this past Wednesday.
“We actually started in 1987,” admits CKRZ board member Sabrina Saunders, “but those first few years were pirate radio.

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Six Nations resident a finalist in Miss Teen Ontario

TORONTO – On Sunday, January 15th, 2015, Six Nations resident Aleria McKay was one of 15 finalists chosen out of 40 contestants for the Miss Teenage Ontario Pageant. The Two Row Times caught up with Aleria to find out more about her experience with the pageant.

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Trappers seek to stop mineral exploration
SASKATCHEWAN – A group of First Nation trappers calling themselves the Northern Trappers Alliance has been camping alongside Highway 955 in Saskatchewan since November to protest oil and mineral exploration in the area.
The group began their blockade of the highway in November.

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Dear editors,
I am seething after reading the article by Rosie Di Manno in the Toronto Star titled “Law, faith, and tradition – none of them saved Makayla.”
It is so sad that this happened to such a beautiful, loving family.

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