VANCOUVER, COAST SALISH TERRITORY – It may appear to be a Hail Mary pass to some, but others see it as a potentially ground breaking legal face-off between Canadian Law Societies and the sovereignty of Onkwenonwe people.
LANCASTER, NY – In the summer of 2014, as conversation around the Washington DC football team’s mascot heated up, Lancaster School Board president Kenneth Graber reached out to Alvin Parker, Heron Clan, Seneca, to help address their own mascot, the Lancaster Redskins.
The Six Nations District Science Fair was held at Emily C. General School last week. Elementary students from across the territory in Grades 6-8 who earned top marks at the school level gathered together to show off their discoveries in science.
A young woman from Six Nations is running for Miss Indian World at this year’s Gathering of Nations Powwow in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Summer John is a member of the Wolf Clan of the Cayuga Nation from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.
A Federal Court challenge by the Inuit of Clyde River to offshore seismic surveys will be held in Toronto, April 20, 2015.
In 2011, a consortium of geophysical companies submitted a proposal to the National Energy Board (NEB) to conduct seismic surveys off the coast of Baffin Island, Nunavut.
THUNDER BAY – Travelling down Memorial Avenue in Thunder Bay, it’s about nine kilometres from the Dew Drop Inn soup kitchen in Port Arthur to the Social Services Administration building in Fort Williams. Most days, you’d find what you’d expect along the way: shops, restaurants, banks, cars and pedestrians.