The following is a statment shared by the parents of Makayla Sault during a forum at McMaster University. It is published here in its entirety.

The books of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism of Emily Pauline Johnson continue to inspire and enlighten readers today. Emily Pauline Johnson (1861-1913) was born at Chiefswood on the Six...

For nearly 40 years, Sagoyesatha has been planting white corn on his family’s plot of land on Sour Springs Road. He returned to Six Nations in 1976, making the move from Buffalo to be closer to family...

The trial of a Six Nations man facing two counts of murder in the deaths of Richard Powless and Elaine Laforme continues Wednesday at the Cayuga Court House. In January of 2012, Six Nations and Haldim...

OTTAWA – A high-level and closed door Gathering on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls was held in Ottawa on February 27th. The gathering, organized by the Assembly of First Nations, was t...

Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913

The books of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism of Emily Pauline Johnson continue to inspire and enlighten readers today.
Emily Pauline Johnson (1861-1913) was born at Chiefswood on the Six Nations Reserve to a Mohawk father and an English mother.

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Onkwehonwe Week in Review: March 4 1015

Indigenous MP comes out against Liberal support of Bill C-51

OTTAWA – Cree NDP MP Romeo Saganash is blasting the Liberals and their leader, Justin Trudeau, for supporting Stephen Harper’s anti-terror bill C-51, arguing the bill directly threatens indigenous rights covered by section 35 of the Constitution.

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Cleaning out the pantry

It is very easy to lose track of what ingredients you have hiding in your cupboard, basement, cooler, fridge or wherever else you store your food. It is a good habit to regularly clean and organize your pantry. This is an important practice because using up what you have will inevitably lead to less food waste.

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