GoodMinds staff spent an exciting November weekend at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, where they were pleased to be the official vendor for the First Nations, Metis and Inuit Literary Circle Stage during the Toronto International Book Fair.
This past Saturday was the Shawls of Safety (SOS) gala fundraiser and silent auction on Rama first nation territory. The central focus of the event was for the SOS grassroots group to give voice to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and the Tears of Justice campaigns supporting Marlene Bird.
OHSWEKEN – It was smiles and back-slaps all around as the Six Nations-based rock band The Ollivanders took the award for Best Rock Recording at the 15th Annual Native American Music Awards on Friday, Nov. 14 at the Allegany Events Center in upstate New York.
For over 60 years the people of Hagersville have relied on the quality service of the Sayer family for their hardware needs. In 1953 the business came into the Sayer family and this coming January, Sayer Home Hardware is celebrating 20 years of being a part of the Home Hardware association of stores.
A chapter has been brought to a close in the ongoing saga involving McMaster Children’s Hospital’s attempts to force two Six Nations children to undertake chemotherapy against their will.
Blindness is a common complication of diabetes that is too often overlooked, despite being the leading cause of vision loss in Canadians under the age of 50.
“Among the many complications associated with diabetes is a group of eye problems collectively known as diabetic eye disease,” said Dr.
OHSWEKEN – The alcohol ban on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory may seem draconian and even racist by some, but at Six Nations, it was a policy the people of Six Nations imposed upon themselves years ago, using the Code of Handsome Lake as their guideline, and not Canadian law.
The coroner’s inquest into the March 4, 2011 accidental overdose death at the Brantford Jail of Robert Howard Clause resulted in 17 recommendations being made on November 9th, 2014.
On November 14th, 2014 in the Brantford Ontario Court of Justice, to an overflowing courtroom, Justice Gethin Edward read aloud his reasons for judgment in the case that felt like it should have been named Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation versus “Everything that we know to be good and right in this world.
OHSWEKEN – It was number crunching time for Six Nations as the annual financial statement for the March, 2014 year end was made public for the community to see and hear at the Six Nations Community Hall.