Up Ghost River: A Chief’s Journey through the Turbulent Waters of Native History was a 2014 shortlist nominee for the Governor General’s Literary Awards. This non-fiction book is the powerful and moving memoir from Cree residential school survivor, activist, educator, and writer Edmund Metatawabin.
Dwayne Laforme will be joining the Joel Johnson Band in their efforts to win the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee in late January 2015, but he also has his own established band named the Boogie Blues, an album and 15 years of experience onstage playing rhythm, lead guitar and singing lead vocals.
Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe comedian, writer and media-maker from Couchiching First Nation, Treaty 3 territory. He’s known for his character Clarence Two Toes, his podcast Red Man Laughing and his punishing tour schedule. Ryan will be playing a stand-up gig in Six Nations on November 28 at the 6 Arrows Media Studios.
In all of Southern Ontario there is arguably no other car dealership that carries as rich a history as Heaslip Ford in Hagersville.
“If we go back in history, a Ford franchise was first granted in Hagersville in 1910,” said Vice President and General Manager Rob Phillips.
Diabetes is no stranger to modern, Indigenous communities. However, despite its prevalence, this diagnosis is still shrouded in myths. At De dwa da dehs nye>s, it is our approach to marry knowledge and experience as the best way to educate our community.
Matt Jamieson and Nicole Kohoko from the Economic Development office made a presentation to the Six Nations Elected Council advising that information sessions will commence the week of November 11, 2014 to educate the community on the opportunity that exists for Six Nations to become majority owner of a brewery with IPA Enterpri
At the November 18th, 2014 General Council meeting, Six Nations Elected Council was presented with a petition of over 500 signatures of community members upset with the announced departure of Dr. Amy Montour. The presenter, Brian Hill questioned why Dr. Montour is leaving.
After reading the story “Referendum on alcohol coming to Six Nations Nov. 19, 2014,” I am compelled to share my research.
THUNDER BAY – The Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) wrapped up the 43rd Annual General Assembly on Sunday (November 23/14), which brought together over 100 delegates from all across Ontario.
PARIS – Water quality in Paris is once again the topic of concern for some County of Brant citizens who have determined to double their efforts to protect their source water.