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Icky’s Variety gives back with “Future for our Children” customer appreciation party

Kelly MacNaughton and Enrique Espinoza are the owners of Icky's Variety. By Tom Keefer SIX NATIONS – Despite a steady rain, customers and community members still turned out in droves to Icky's Variety customer appreciation day on Sunday. Kelly MacNaughton and Enrique Espinoza, the owner of Icky's, put on the…
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Water protector Todd Williams faces court battle with Enbridge over Onkwehon:we rights

By Tom Keefer HAMILTON – Todd Williams, a Cayuga man of the Snipe Clan, was in Superior Court on Wednesday April 26th, facing a legal action initiated by the Enbridge corporation. Williams and another Six Nations man, Wayne Hill are in court because they have exercised their Onkwehon:we rights to hunt…
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Boundless energy and unlimited powers: an interview with Jagwadeth

Advertisement: This programming is brought to you by Smoke Signals in Tyendinaga.   This is an interview with Jagwadeth Sandy, a member of the Onondaga Wolf Clan who was born and raised in Oswego (Six Nations of the Grand River Territory). Jahwadeth speaks about his family's history and involvement in…
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Tehahenteh on Mid-Winter Ceremonies and Their Connection to Standing Rock (in Kanien’keha)

Video by Paulette Moore Tehahenteh is a Six Nations of the Grand River territory language teacher and protector of land, water and culture. He explores how Haudenosaunee/Rotinonshon:ni Mid-Winter ceremonies are connected to water protection and acts of sovereignty at Standing Rock.
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“We are not the criminals”: Six Nations Land Defenders Dick Hill and Gene Johns Statement to the Court

Dick Hill and Gene Johns, Rotiskenekete of Six Nations of the Grand River, were charged with mischief in relation to housing developments protected by an injunction granted to the City of Brantford.  They were both arrested and released by the Brantford Police on conditions preventing them from going within kilometers…
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An Enbridge pipeline, some rabbit traps, and a 300-year-old treaty

  Jesse Winter/ Toronto Star Todd Williams checks his rabbit trap at the site of an Enbridge dig along the Line 10 pipeline near Hamilton. Williams and fellow Haudenosaunee man Wayne Hill are facing a court injunction from the company preventing them from accessing the sites. Two Haudenosaunee men are…
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Kanenhariyo provides an update about his April 4th trial

Kanenhariyo is heading to court on April 4th, 2017 for his trial. He is charged with possession of tobacco in contravention of Canadian laws. In this brief phone interview Kanenhariyo provides an update of where things are at, and what his strategy is for dealing with the prosecution's refusal to…
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Diyo’s Closet provides formal wear for Native youth

On April 30 from 10-2 PM Diyo's Closet will be set up to distribute free formal dresses at Dajoh, Six Nations by Gaylord Powless Arena. So please mark your calendars. Nyá:węh to all who continue to donate.  Diyo's Closet is currently accepting donations of grad/prom dresses. Contact Adrienna Antone at…
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