OHSWEKEN – Stefanie Williams, executive lead of Community Living Six Nations is ecstatic over receiving their new wheelchair accessible van thanks to the financial support of the Six Nations Community Trust Fund, the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation, and the Ministry of Community and Social Services.
The way NDP candidate Marc Laferriere is looking at it, a Nation to Nation relationship with First Nations in Canada is one election away, but it is going to take new voters to see that happen.
HALDIMAND — Samsung, Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure and Six Nations of the Grand River today announced the completion of construction of the 100 megawatt Grand Renewable Solar Project, the largest operating solar energy project of its kind in Canada and one of the largest in North America.
Located just outside of Caledonia, the Plank Road One Stop hosted the Lyle Anderson Memorial Smoke Dance Competition this Sunday, July 26.
With several wampum belt flags erected on wooden poles marking the dancing circle, dancers arrived and began preparing for the competition.
OVERDUE MALE BEING SOUGHT BY FAMILY
On Saturday July 18th, 2015, Six Nations Police received information of an overdue man from New Credit, Timothy Sault – 28 years old.
The man was residing on Six Nations at the time of the report to Police.
AKWESASNE — Following the traditional practice of naming using the Mohawk language for herself and her children, Sheree Bonaparte of the Akwesasne community is prompting recognition to traditional names within the Ontario and Quebec governments and the unwillingness to allow the application to receive a registered birth certif