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  • "New Band Council takes oath of office"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 9 Dec 1998     New Band Council takes oath of office By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Six Nations 51st Band Council and second "custom" council has taken office after the new band council members were swam in last Tuesday.

    Six Nations Justice of the Peace Norma ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 9 Dec 1998   New Band Council takes oath of office By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Six Nations 51st Band Council and second "custom" council has taken office after the new band council ...

  • "NDP Candidate Gets Fast Lesson On Native Issues"
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1990     "Chris Stanek, NDP candidate in Brant-Haldmiand riding for the Sept. 6 provincial election, received a quick lesson from Six Nations councillors Tuesday night when he outlined his position on native rights."
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1990   "Chris Stanek, NDP candidate in Brant-Haldmiand riding for the Sept. 6 provincial election, received a quick lesson from Six Nations councillors Tuesday night when he outlined his position on native ...
  • "Baptist Church Hits 150 Years"
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1990     Sunday will mark the 150th anniversary of the Ohsweken Baptist Church. It should be quite a celebration."
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1990   Sunday will mark the 150th anniversary of the Ohsweken Baptist Church. It should be quite a celebration."
  • "Six Nations expels two non-natives"
    TextNewspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 22 Jul 1992     Six Nations expels two non-natives By Vicki White, Expositor Staff

    OHSWEKEN - Six Nations band council has ordered two non-native men who were living in the community to leave the reserve.

    On Tuesday, councillors gave Randy Mansell Sr. and Dwight ...

    TextNewspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 22 Jul 1992   Six Nations expels two non-natives By Vicki White, Expositor Staff

    OHSWEKEN - Six Nations band council has ordered two non-native men who were living in the community to ...

  • "Band tells two more to leave Six Nations"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 7 Oct 1992     Band tells two more to leave Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Two more non-natives have been asked to leave the Six Nations.

    Six Nations band council asked Pamela Henderson and her son, Jason Potter, to leave the community before the end of October.

    Under the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 7 Oct 1992   Band tells two more to leave Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Two more non-natives have been asked to leave the Six Nations.

    Six Nations band council asked Pamela Henderson ...

  • "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 ...

  • "S/N Council members receive bullets in mail"
    TextNewspaper  Eason, Mandy, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Aug 1998     S/N Council members receive bullets in mail

    "There's someone sick out there," says one Councillor after receiving bullet in unmarked envelope Monday

    By Mandy Eason

    OHSWEKEN - Four members of Six Nations Band Council received a single .303 calibre ...

    TextNewspaper  Eason, Mandy, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Aug 1998   S/N Council members receive bullets in mail

    "There's someone sick out there," says one Councillor after receiving bullet in unmarked envelope Monday

    By Mandy Eason

    OHSWEKEN - Four ...

  • "Agriculture becoming contentious issue"
    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 31 Dec 1997, pp.1-2     Agriculture becoming contentious issue by Andrea Buma

    SIX NATIONS - S/N band council has appointed an agricultural subcommittee to examine the tendering process used in renting council-owned land to farmers. In a recent meeting Councillor Les Sowden spoke ...

    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 31 Dec 1997, pp.1-2   Agriculture becoming contentious issue by Andrea Buma

    SIX NATIONS - S/N band council has appointed an agricultural subcommittee to examine the tendering process used in renting council-owned land ...

  • "Attorney-General meets with police, council"
    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 18 Feb 1998, pp.1-2     Attorney-General meets with police, council by Andrea Buma

    SIX NATIONS - Charles Harnick, Attorney-General for Ontario, spent Tuesday, February 17 in Six Nations.

    He was positive about his experience, saying "it's interesting for me to see the ...

    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 18 Feb 1998, pp.1-2   Attorney-General meets with police, council by Andrea Buma

    SIX NATIONS - Charles Harnick, Attorney-General for Ontario, spent Tuesday, February 17 in Six Nations.

    He was positive about his ...

  • "Natives Look Back on a Decade"
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990     "Some day Six Nations Indian Reserve residents may look back on the 1980s as the "good old days." If nothing else, it will be recognized as a period of unprecedented growth. For example, if someone had gone to sleep for 10 years, something like Rip Van Winkle or (RIP Van ...
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990   "Some day Six Nations Indian Reserve residents may look back on the 1980s as the "good old days." If nothing else, it will be recognized as a period of unprecedented ...
  • "How Six Nations United to End Bingo Trouble"
    Newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990     "Even the reserve recognized as perhaps the most stable and progressive in Canada was affected by bingo promotion and seemingly unlimited money. The Six Nations Reserve has a record second to non in Canada in terms of education, employment, progressive implementation of community development and generally level-headed thinking but these ...
    Newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990   "Even the reserve recognized as perhaps the most stable and progressive in Canada was affected by bingo promotion and seemingly unlimited money. The Six Nations Reserve has a record second ...
  • "Staats wins in "scarey" roller coast election night"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998, pp.1-2     Staats wins in "scarey" roller coast election night By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Wellington Staats was re-elected Band Council Chief Saturday in one of the closest band council election races to hit the community and one of the narrowest victories in Staats ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998, pp.1-2   Staats wins in "scarey" roller coast election night By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Wellington Staats was re-elected Band Council Chief Saturday in one of the closest band council election ...

  • "Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2     Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners By Lynda Powless, Editor

    A $40,000 a year raise for Assembly of First Nations (AFN) leader Phil Fontaine is "ridiculous" says a Six Nations Councillor who says "there's no way only 30 chiefs should be ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2   Fontaine gets whopping raise while AFN cuts corners By Lynda Powless, Editor

    A $40,000 a year raise for Assembly of First Nations (AFN) leader Phil Fontaine is "ridiculous" ...

  • "Solution To Standoff May be"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 25 Sep 1995     "Six Nations elected band council and occupiers of the Eagle's Nest Business Complex took a "major step" toward resolution over the weekend, said Chief Coun. Steve Williams."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 25 Sep 1995   "Six Nations elected band council and occupiers of the Eagle's Nest Business Complex took a "major step" toward resolution over the weekend, said Chief Coun. Steve Williams."
  • "Election guidelines ignore Indian Act"
    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Aug 1995     Election guidelines ignore Indian Act By Paul Barnsley

    SIX NATIONS - Band Council, by imposing their own guidelines for electoral procedures, has moved out from within the legal powers of the Indian Act.

    Councillor John Peters was all for council ...

    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Aug 1995   Election guidelines ignore Indian Act By Paul Barnsley

    SIX NATIONS - Band Council, by imposing their own guidelines for electoral procedures, has moved out from within the legal ...

  • "Mohawk Rd stand-off over"
    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Aug 1995     Mohawk Rd stand-off over by Paul Barnsley

    SIX NATIONS - The "Native crisis" at 180 Mohawk Rd is over, although the fall-out from the short-lived confrontation may not be.

    Last week Six Nations Housing officials changed the locks on the council-owned ...

    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Aug 1995   Mohawk Rd stand-off over by Paul Barnsley

    SIX NATIONS - The "Native crisis" at 180 Mohawk Rd is over, although the fall-out from the short-lived confrontation may not ...

  • "Natural resources issues discussed at council"
    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 11 Feb 1998, pp.1-2     Natural resource issues discussed at council by Andrea Buma

    OHSWEKEN - After scheduling an hour and a half for a special presentation at their February 3rd meeting, S/N Council was left with a very short agenda when the group did not show up.

    ...
    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 11 Feb 1998, pp.1-2   Natural resource issues discussed at council by Andrea Buma

    OHSWEKEN - After scheduling an hour and a half for a special presentation at their February 3rd meeting, S/N ...

  • "Aboriginal health access centre set to open"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998     Aboriginal health access centre set to open By Lynda Powless, Editor

    BRANTFORD - The first health facility designed to specifically meet the needs of aboriginal people open its doors here Thursday.

    "De dwa da dehs nye s Aboriginal Health Centre" ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998   Aboriginal health access centre set to open By Lynda Powless, Editor

    BRANTFORD - The first health facility designed to specifically meet the needs of aboriginal people open its ...

  • "Draft says Council needs more transparency"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 24 Dec 1997     Draft says Council needs more transparency by Lynda Powless - Editor

    A move by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada to make band councils more accountable had a rough ride at last Tuesday's band council meeting.

    After preparing a draft report of the ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 24 Dec 1997   Draft says Council needs more transparency by Lynda Powless - Editor

    A move by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada to make band councils more accountable had a rough ...

  • "Corrections Canada to visit Six Nations to discuss inmate's transfer plan"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 31 Dec 1997, pp.1-2     Corrections Canada to visit Six Nations to discuss inmate's transfer plan
    by Lynda Powless - Editor

    A team of Corrections Canada officials will be visiting Six Nations in early January to try to get an agreement in place that could see a Six Nations man ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 31 Dec 1997, pp.1-2   Corrections Canada to visit Six Nations to discuss inmate's transfer plan
    by Lynda Powless - Editor

    A team of Corrections Canada officials will be visiting Six Nations in ...

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