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DOCUMENT: History of land theft in Tyendinaga

Deborah Jean Doxtator’s 1982 Master’s Thesis entitled “Tyendinaga Land Surrenders: 1820-1840” is a nearly complete account of how Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory went from 92,700 acres to ~17,000 acres. PDF embedded below.

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VIDEO: It takes a village to stop a genocide – Mohawks set up giant tent

The people are building infrastructure and capacity for those willing to stand up against RCMP and OPP bullying on unceded indigenous lands.


BREAKING: CN Attempting to Restart Trains

Real Peoples Media has learned that a train has just left Belleville heading East. They will attempt to send one freight train through, and if successful they will check the tracks, then attempt to...


Tyendinaga Railway Shutdown Roundup February 24, 2020

Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory — February 24th, 2020 was the 18th day of the Railway Stoppage at Tyendinaga and probably the busiest day since it began on February 6th. The stoppage was set up in...

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Open letter: Amnesty International visits Tyendinaga, urges Trudeau to act on reconciliation

February 24, 2020 Dear Prime Minister, The past several weeks have brought the deeply disappointing state of reconciliation and regard for the rights of Indigenous peoples in Canada to the fore with a degree...


Mohawk – Wet’suwet’en Alliance Strengthened with Hereditary Leaders’ Visit to Tyendinaga

The alliance between Mohawk and Wet’suwet’en people has been strengthened with a two day visit by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – On February 20th and 21st, a delegation...


FOR SALE: 1997 Freightliner FL80

Canadians now have the opportunity to purchase the snow plow parked on Wyman Rd Following much negative feedback regarding his parking spot the owner of the Freightliner FL80 parked on Wyman Rd has decided...