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  • "Land Rights - A Global Solution for the Six Nations of the Grand River"
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  • "Mohawks Clear Oka Land for Cemetery"
    NewspaperPublication       "All the elements that led to the 1990 Oka crisis were back in the mix Thursday as Mohawks atop bulldozers took possession of disputed land in a bid to expand a cemetery."
    NewspaperPublication     "All the elements that led to the 1990 Oka crisis were back in the mix Thursday as Mohawks atop bulldozers took possession of disputed land in a bid to expand ...
  • "Kanonhstaton "The Protected Place": 10 Years After"
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), Winter 2016     "It was one decade ago, but for many who were involved in the 2006 Caledonia land reclamation on both sides of the barricades, it still feels like yesterday."
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), Winter 2016   "It was one decade ago, but for many who were involved in the 2006 Caledonia land reclamation on both sides of the barricades, it still feels like yesterday."
  • "Minister to Settle Land Claim"
    Newspaper       "The provincial transportation minister will be in Ohsweken on Wednesday to resolve a dispute over two strips of land running on either side of the Grand River from Brantford to Dunnville."
    Newspaper     "The provincial transportation minister will be in Ohsweken on Wednesday to resolve a dispute over two strips of land running on either side of the Grand River from Brantford to ...
  • Control of Military Land Returned to First Nations"
    NewspaperPublication       "A Confrontation between military police and aboriginals has ended with a local band regaining control of lands expropriated by the federal government more than 50 years ago."
    NewspaperPublication     "A Confrontation between military police and aboriginals has ended with a local band regaining control of lands expropriated by the federal government more than 50 years ago."
  • "Native 'Warriors' Or Thugs With Guns?"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "Native issues are at a turning point in Canada. A royal commission will soon report on the whole range of aboriginal matters, from land claims to urban native government. And Ottawa is again discussing self-government with native groups. In the best of worlds, these studies and talks will produce their ...
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "Native issues are at a turning point in Canada. A royal commission will soon report on the whole range of aboriginal matters, from land claims to urban native government. And ...
  • "Deal Reached At Ipperwatch"
    NewspaperPublication       "Aboriginal leaders have reached an agreement with the federal government that Indian Affairs Minister Ron Irwin says may help end a deadly standoff at Ipperwash Provincial Park."
    NewspaperPublication     "Aboriginal leaders have reached an agreement with the federal government that Indian Affairs Minister Ron Irwin says may help end a deadly standoff at Ipperwash Provincial Park."
  • "Six Nations Host National Land Claims Workshop"
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), Fall 2015     "Six Nations hosted a two-day workshop on land claims at Six Nations Polytechnic on Tuesday and Wednesday, which brought together about 100 researchers, lawyers, Chiefs, and negotiators from across Canada to share information from their experiences in dealing with the federal government over outstanding land claims. Also present on day ...
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), Fall 2015   "Six Nations hosted a two-day workshop on land claims at Six Nations Polytechnic on Tuesday and Wednesday, which brought together about 100 researchers, lawyers, Chiefs, and negotiators from across Canada ...
  • "Feds commit to continued discussion to resolve Six Nations land claims"
    TextPublicationNewspaper  Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 19 Dec 2012     Feds commit to continued discussion to resolve Six Nations land claims By Stephanie Dearing, OTTAWA

    A lobby party consisting of political representatives from Six Nations, Brant County and the City of Brantford returned home from Ottawa last week, feeling as ...

    TextPublicationNewspaper  Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 19 Dec 2012   Feds commit to continued discussion to resolve Six Nations land claims By Stephanie Dearing, OTTAWA

    A lobby party consisting of political representatives from Six Nations, Brant County and ...

  • "Land May be Sacred to Natives"
    NewspaperPublication  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1992     "The southern access road will not be allowed to desecrate native burial lands, a sign on the project`s route warns."
    NewspaperPublication  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1992   "The southern access road will not be allowed to desecrate native burial lands, a sign on the project`s route warns."
  • "Six Nations Man, GRCA Fighting for Land Along River"
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1993     "A Six Nations resident and the GRCA have clashed over property along the Grand River near Caledonia."
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1993   "A Six Nations resident and the GRCA have clashed over property along the Grand River near Caledonia."
  • "Six Nations Men's Fire latest to hold lands in trust for community"
    NewspaperPublication       The Six Nations Men's Fire is now the second group of community members to obtain property outside the reserve boundary in an attempt to reclaim Six Nations title to lands within the Haldimand Tract, but outside of the jurisdiction of the Crown."
    NewspaperPublication     The Six Nations Men's Fire is now the second group of community members to obtain property outside the reserve boundary in an attempt to reclaim Six Nations title to lands ...
  • "Many Things Have Happened Since Last Summer's Armed Standoff"
    NewspaperPublication       "Today, more native grievances are being tackled than at virtually any other time in Canadian history."
    NewspaperPublication     "Today, more native grievances are being tackled than at virtually any other time in Canadian history."
  • "Mohawk Group Release Demands"
    Newspaper       "A sovereign nation- in effect a country within Canada - is the bottom line for a hard-line Mohawk faction in negotiations to end armed standoffs in Quebec."
    Newspaper     "A sovereign nation- in effect a country within Canada - is the bottom line for a hard-line Mohawk faction in negotiations to end armed standoffs in Quebec."
  • "Mass Departure Surprises Army"
    Newspaper       "After 11 weeks of standoff, the Mohawk crisis ended as it began-violently and in mass confusion."
    Newspaper     "After 11 weeks of standoff, the Mohawk crisis ended as it began-violently and in mass confusion."
  • "Supreme Court Hears Land Claim Ruling Based on 'Isolated' History"
    Newspaper       "A 1984 court ruling against the Temagami Indian land claim in Northern Ontario was based on a "remote and isolated" view of history, a lawyer for the Union of Ontario Indians told the Supreme Court of Canada on Tuesday."
    Newspaper     "A 1984 court ruling against the Temagami Indian land claim in Northern Ontario was based on a "remote and isolated" view of history, a lawyer for the Union of Ontario ...
  • "Siddon Cheated Denes: Erasmus"
    NewspaperPublication       "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has cheated Dene Indians by granting Inuit people a greater share of disputed land in the Northwest Territories, says a Dene Leader."
    NewspaperPublication     "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has cheated Dene Indians by granting Inuit people a greater share of disputed land in the Northwest Territories, says a Dene Leader."
  • "Committee Appointed to Settle Native Land Claim at Oka"
    Newspapermystery       "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has appointed a committee of Mohawks and federal, provincial and municipal government representatives to settle the native land claim at Oka, Que."
    Newspapermystery     "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has appointed a committee of Mohawks and federal, provincial and municipal government representatives to settle the native land claim at Oka, Que."
  • "Negotiation Key To End Conflict"
    Newspapermystery       "Just six months ago Manitoba MLA Elijah Harper sprang to centre stage of Canadian politics when he single handedly squashed the Meech Lake Accord."
    Newspapermystery     "Just six months ago Manitoba MLA Elijah Harper sprang to centre stage of Canadian politics when he single handedly squashed the Meech Lake Accord."
  • "What Happened to Six Nations Land?"
    Newspapermystery       "In the Six Nations Iroquois Plaza, next to the supermarket and the Laundromat, sits a small, modest office which may hold the key to this community's future."
    Newspapermystery     "In the Six Nations Iroquois Plaza, next to the supermarket and the Laundromat, sits a small, modest office which may hold the key to this community's future."
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