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  • "A feast fit for a chef"
    TextNewspaper       A feast fit for a chef Dinner pays tribute Bertha Skye for golden 'Olympic' showing

    OHSWEKEN - Many people had lots to say about Bertha Skye.

    But at a tribute to her Sunday, Mrs. Skye said a lot more about herself without saying ...

    TextNewspaper     A feast fit for a chef Dinner pays tribute Bertha Skye for golden 'Olympic' showing

    OHSWEKEN - Many people had lots to say about Bertha Skye.

    ...
  • "Six Nations Pregame"
    TextNewspaper      

    Manager Cito Gaston is presented with eagle feathers by Amos Keye of Six Nations during a pre-game ceremony Monday.

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    TextNewspaper    

    Manager Cito Gaston is presented with eagle feathers by Amos Keye of Six Nations during a pre-game ceremony Monday.

    ...
  • "Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt"
    TextNewspaper       Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt

    OHSWEKEN - It was 17 months ago that fire destroyed the 88-year-old frame building that was home to the Grand River United Church.

    The church was where 65-­year-old Leonard Lickers was baptized and where his mother ...

    TextNewspaper     Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt

    OHSWEKEN - It was 17 months ago that fire destroyed the 88-year-old frame building that was home to the Grand River United ...

  • "Walpole natives 'under attack'"
    TextNewspaper       "The azure waters of the St. Clair River - which residents of the Walpole Island First Nations rely upon - carry a "constant chemical attack," according to a federal report."
    TextNewspaper     "The azure waters of the St. Clair River - which residents of the Walpole Island First Nations rely upon - carry a "constant chemical attack," according to a federal report."
  • "Barry Snyder"
    TextNewspaper       Barry Snyder

    He was so determined to present his view to reporters that he agreed to a breakfast meeting on a Friday morning, and drove all night from a conference in Toronto to be there.

    Some children may go to school in limousines, but Mr. Mitchell says ...

    TextNewspaper     Barry Snyder

    He was so determined to present his view to reporters that he agreed to a breakfast meeting on a Friday morning, and drove all night from ...

  • "Six Nations teens start new program"
    TextNewspaper       Six Nations teens start new program

    OHSWEKEN - Ryan Doolittle and nine other teenagers want to help young kids navigate through the rough years of school.

    Starting with School No. 8, the young people want to act as role models - a teenaged version of big ...

    TextNewspaper     Six Nations teens start new program

    OHSWEKEN - Ryan Doolittle and nine other teenagers want to help young kids navigate through the rough years of school.

    Starting with ...

  • "Native offering to set up shop Six Nations"
    TextNewspaper       Native offering to set up shop Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Shawn Brant wants to bring economic development to Six Nations - and he wants nothing in return.

    Mr. Brant of the Tyendinaga reserve in the Belleville area wants to expand Bench Tech Design, his six-year-old ...
    TextNewspaper     Native offering to set up shop Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Shawn Brant wants to bring economic development to Six Nations - and he wants nothing in return.

    Mr. ...
  • "Local artist"
    TextNewspaper       Local Artist By Claudelle Duguay

    For as long as he can remember, Tuck Johnson has had dreams of becoming a professional artist.

    Now, at 23 years of age, the quiet, unassuming man is starting to realize his dream.

    "I've been drawing for as long ...

    TextNewspaper     Local Artist By Claudelle Duguay

    For as long as he can remember, Tuck Johnson has had dreams of becoming a professional artist.

    Now, at 23 years of age, ...

  • A.T. Anderson Dies; Rites Due Wednesday
    ImageNewspapermystery       This is a newspaper clipping of Arnold T. Anderson. It includes his funeral dates and his accomplishments along with family mentions.
    ImageNewspapermystery     This is a newspaper clipping of Arnold T. Anderson. It includes his funeral dates and his accomplishments along with family mentions.
  • New of C.H.S Graduates- Dr. Arnold Anderson
    Publicationmystery       This is a news article on Dr. Arnold Anderson, a boy who went to grade school on the Six Nations and went to high school in Caledonia also became a key member of the team of scientists that produced the atom bomb.
    Publicationmystery     This is a news article on Dr. Arnold Anderson, a boy who went to grade school on the Six Nations and went to high school in Caledonia also became a ...
  • "Six Nations wins first round in land claim"
    TextNewspaper       Six Nations wins first round in land claim By A.J. Jamieson, Court Reporter

    A Superior Court Judge has ordered the Canadian government to answer questions Six Nations has posed as part of the community's move to try to find out what happen to the money and ...

    TextNewspaper     Six Nations wins first round in land claim By A.J. Jamieson, Court Reporter

    A Superior Court Judge has ordered the Canadian government to answer questions Six Nations has ...

  • "Warrior Society to back convoy defying law in New Brunswick"
    TextNewspaper       "A paramilitary native group will stage a defiant convoy of logging trucks out of the woods and make a 'citizen's arrest' of anyone who tries to stop them says a leader of the 'secretive' Warrior Society."
    TextNewspaper     "A paramilitary native group will stage a defiant convoy of logging trucks out of the woods and make a 'citizen's arrest' of anyone who tries to stop them says a ...
  • "A special Christmas breakfast at Kanata Village"
    TextNewspaper       A special Christmas breakfast at Kanata Village

    Kanata Village in Brantford hosted a special Christmas breakfast fund raiser Saturday morning.

    Approximately 40 breakfasts were served and co-manager of the popular site, Aaron Bell, considered the day a ...

    TextNewspaper     A special Christmas breakfast at Kanata Village

    Kanata Village in Brantford hosted a special Christmas breakfast fund raiser Saturday morning.

    Approximately 40 breakfasts were served and co-manager of ...

  • "Tragedy Hits Six Nations, Two Teens Killed in Three Vehicle Crash"
    TextNewspaper       "Charges are pending against a Six Nations man after two people were killed and a third sent to hospital when a truck hit an ATV and dirt bike Monday night and snapped a hydro pole in two."
    TextNewspaper     "Charges are pending against a Six Nations man after two people were killed and a third sent to hospital when a truck hit an ATV and dirt bike Monday night ...
  • "Protester charged in Ipperwash confrontation cleared"
    TextNewspaper       Protester charged in lpperwash confrontation cleared

    SARNIA, Ont. - One of two aboriginal men on trial for battling police during a 1995 confrontation at Ipperwash Provincial Park was freed Tuesday.

    Judge Greg Pockele ruled that Crown prosecutors had failed ...

    TextNewspaper     Protester charged in lpperwash confrontation cleared

    SARNIA, Ont. - One of two aboriginal men on trial for battling police during a 1995 confrontation at Ipperwash Provincial Park was ...

  • "My Little Jean"
    Text       Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
    Text     Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
  • "The Fourth Act"
    Text       Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
    Text     Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
  • "Former native councillor dead at 52"
    TextNewspaper       Former native councillor dead at 52

    OHSWEKEN - Ray Hill who served on the Six Nations band council for several years, died after suffering an aneurysm on the weekend.

    Mr. Hill, who was 52 years old, died at Hamilton General Hospital on Sunday.

    The ...

    TextNewspaper     Former native councillor dead at 52

    OHSWEKEN - Ray Hill who served on the Six Nations band council for several years, died after suffering an aneurysm on the ...

  • "Room for culture and language in education"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 May 1994     "SIX NATIONS - Language and culture is essential if the Haudenosaunee are to survive as a people, said I.L. Thomas parent steering committee chairperson Reva Bomberry."
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 May 1994   "SIX NATIONS - Language and culture is essential if the Haudenosaunee are to survive as a people, said I.L. Thomas parent steering committee chairperson Reva Bomberry."
  • "Six Nations artist Shelley Niro opens exhibit in London"
    TextNewspaper  Colvin, Richard, London Free Press, 21 Jan 1994     Six Nations artist Shelley Niro opens exhibit in London By Richard Colvin, The London Free Press

    LONDON, Ont. - In the background, six oil-painted panels of stylized rural scene in greens and blues, water and trees and sky hang on the wall at London Regional ...

    TextNewspaper  Colvin, Richard, London Free Press, 21 Jan 1994   Six Nations artist Shelley Niro opens exhibit in London By Richard Colvin, The London Free Press

    LONDON, Ont. - In the background, six oil-painted panels of stylized rural ...

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