Twenty-two years ago, a publishing company called Wizards of the Coast invented something completely new. It was a trading card game called Magic: The Gathering. Magic started quietly and with little fanfare.
Two area teachers have been selected to receive the Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair Champion Teacher Recognition Award for 2015.
Sonja Greene and Lenora Maracle from J.C. Hill Elementary will be inducted into the BASEF Champion Teacher Hall of Fame at the BASEF Awards Ceremony next week.
SIX NATIONS – A woman from Simcoe was the lucky winner of a $50,000 jackpot bingo at the Six Nations Bingo Hall.
Karry Barth was the single winner of the total jackpot at Six Nations Grand Bingo event last weekend.
For just $100, players ‘bought into’ the Grand Bingo event games for the coveted jackpot prize.
OHSWEKEN – On Thursday night, more than 120 Six Nations community members attended a public meeting organized by Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) to discuss the results of tests made on the Kearns incinerator.
Kearns had long promised that his machine “disintegrated” waste with minimal emissions and was perfectly safe.
OHSWEKEN – Last Thursday, Brant Liberal candidate Danielle Takacs had a day of engagement with Six Nations and New Credit, aiming to help draw wider attention to our concerns. Takacs believes that, “Any policies to help First Nations people must be informed by their perspectives and adopted in collaboration with them.
BRANTFORD – Brantford Laurier’s Aboriginal student support co-ordinator Bonnie Whitlow and 5 students from the Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa program at G.R.E.A.T., hosted a March Break camp for Onkwehonkwe youth. Roughly 15 participants, aged 9-14, attended the week long activities.