BRANTFORD – Prolific Metis author David Bouchard launched his newest creation – The Great Law at the Good Minds book distribution centre and store in the Eagles Nest Plaza in Brantford, Friday afternoon.
Many reserve communities have a serious problem when it comes to bullying. It’s an issue that involves both youth and adults.
On Monday in council, Elected Chief Ava Hill gave a few thoughts on the passing of Bill C-10. Even though it has passed, there are still a few months before the groundwork is laid for the Bill to become law, and for the federal government to figure out how to enforce it.
Six Nations Public Works is carrying out a watermain cleaning program this week in Ohsweken.
Please be advised that a boil water advisory is in place during the duration of this cleaning process. For updates on the watermain cleaning program please check the Public
Works Website at www.sixnations.ca or listen to CKRZ 100.
Sharon Martin, the Coordinator of Six Nations’ Christmas Baskets program is pleading with the community to increase donations for the toys and food baskets that will be distributed to families in need again this year.
On Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 the Six Nations Elected Council recognized the athletic achievements of the Six Nations youth that participated in the North American Indigenous Games held in Regina, Saskatchewan from July 20-27th, 2014.
A “physical literacy day” aimed at improving student’s fundamental movements was recently held at OMSK, Six Nations. Six Nations Parks and Recreation sponsored the event along with the OMSK Home and School Committee.
SIX NATIONS – Last Friday the elected council Apple Pumpkin Cooking Contest began with tasting and judging at 10:00am in the council chambers. Employee participants were given two ingredients that had to be mixed into their culinary creations, : apple and pumpkin.
OHSWEKEN – More than 300 area service club members and current military personnel, plus several area political leaders, gathered at Veterans’ Park in downtown Ohsweken last Sunday to remember both past and present First Nations warriors who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve the historic treaty relationship with the Bri
RUDDOCK CREEK – On August 14, Secwepemc Ts’ka7 Warriors handed Imperial Metals an eviction notice and told them to abandon their Ruddock Creek mining operation in Secwepemc territory, stating they have no right to be there.