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  • Corvairs enter Sutherland Cup without Captain Quilty

    Corvairs enter Sutherland Cup without Captain Quilty

    CALEDONIA – The last leg of the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs quest for the Jr. B Holy Grail, the Sutherland Cup, begins Wednesday night, April 23rd, at the Haldimand Centre Arena in Caledonia against the St. Catharines Falcons,...

  • Study reveals shocking premature death rates

    Study reveals shocking premature death rates

    A recent study Walking in their shoes published by Anishnawbe Health Toronto finds that the average age of death for users of four “Aboriginal” health and social service centers in Toronto are shockingly below the average...

  • Museum of Inuit Art Showcases Inuit Ceramics in Toronto

    Museum of Inuit Art Showcases Inuit Ceramics in Toronto

    TORONTO – Toronto’s Museum of Inuit Art’s (MIA) latest exhibition, The Matchbox Gallery: A Retrospective, looks at the gallery’s history and production of fine ceramic art in Kangirqliniq or Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

  • Onondaga Nation files human rights violation in Washington DC

    Onondaga Nation files human rights violation in Washington DC

    In the Great Law as told by Jake Thomas, there would be a time that a strong wind would come in and threaten to blow down our great tree of peace. It was said that the tree would fall, but that it would not touch the ground because...

  • Glebe lands and the BSAR

    Glebe lands and the BSAR

    The City of Brantford is sniffing around the Glebe Farm lands again for the completion of the decades old Brantford Southern Access Route (BSAR), which Six Nations protesters and local citizens jointly succeeded in stopping in...

  • McCoys win Allan Cup

    DUNDAS – The Brantford Blast’s hopes for another Allan Cup were dashed by last year’s Cup winners, the Bentley Generals, in the quarterfinals Thursday night at the Grightmire Arena in Dundas.

  • What’s in a name?

    What’s in a name?

    It’s a really taboo subject to discuss out loud. If babies are born to Haudenosaune mothers with white men, they are sometimes granted a nation, a clan, and a name through ceremony. Less likely if the child is born from a white...

  • Carrots they’re Appeeling

    Carrots they’re Appeeling

    Carrots are another example of an awesome vegetable that is often over looked and underappreciated. They certainly are not trending like kale or brussels sprouts. It is important to prepare them with the same love and respect...

  • Coalition created to fight Bill C-10

    Coalition created to fight Bill C-10

    TORONTO – A coalition has been formed against the Harper Government’s Bill C-10 (an act to criminalize Native tobacco). The coalition is currently comprised of a variety of groups which have long taken positions in support...

  • Knighthawks and Bandits close NLL season play

    Knighthawks and Bandits close NLL season play

    BUFFALO – The Rochester Knighthawks and the Buffalo Bandits end the regular season this coming Saturday night at the First Niagara Centre in Buffalo. Heading into the last week of the regular National Lacrosse League season...

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  • Phantom Ship

    “Phantom Ship” is a 2013 novel by Canadian author...

  • Uprising

    Uprising

    I have just completed the new paperback edition of Uprising,...

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