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  • "Six Nations on the Hook for $350,000 Bill, Court Says"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3     "The City of Brantford has been awarded $350,000 in legal costs, payable by a number of Six Nations people by the end of the month, but there is no word on how the city intends to collect that money."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3   "The City of Brantford has been awarded $350,000 in legal costs, payable by a number of Six Nations people by the end of the month, but there is no word ...
  • "Six Nations Own Child Protection Services Delayed Six Months"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 13 Mar 2013, p.5     "It's been 42 years in the making and now Six Nations take over of its child protection services has been put on hold for another six months."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 13 Mar 2013, p.5   "It's been 42 years in the making and now Six Nations take over of its child protection services has been put on hold for another six months."
  • "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 10 Apr 2013, p.4     "Six Nations' role in the War of 1812 and Battle of Stoney Creek will be highlighted during a special ceremony this spring."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 10 Apr 2013, p.4   "Six Nations' role in the War of 1812 and Battle of Stoney Creek will be highlighted during a special ceremony this spring."
  • "CAS Takeover Closer"
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 8 May 2013, p.4     "Six Nations is one step closer to taking over child protection services on the territory."
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 8 May 2013, p.4   "Six Nations is one step closer to taking over child protection services on the territory."
  • "Six Nations Community Trust Running Deficit"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 29 May 2013, p.2     "Six Nations Community Trust is in a $155,000 operational deficit."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 29 May 2013, p.2   "Six Nations Community Trust is in a $155,000 operational deficit."
  • "Historic War of 1812 Minute Features Six Nations Warriors"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 19 Jun 2013, p.2     "Applause broke out last Wednesday evening after the official launch of a new historical minute debuted by the Historica-Dominion Institute (H-DI) showing a Haudenosaunee win during the War of 1812."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 19 Jun 2013, p.2   "Applause broke out last Wednesday evening after the official launch of a new historical minute debuted by the Historica-Dominion Institute (H-DI) showing a Haudenosaunee win during the War of 1812."
  • "Montour: Six Nations Community Needs to Force Meeting on Gaming"
    NewspaperPublication  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 19 Jun 2013, p.13     "Six Nations Elected Chief Bill Montour says council has a legal firm looking into the constitutional right of First Nations to launch and own its own gaming venues."
    NewspaperPublication  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 19 Jun 2013, p.13   "Six Nations Elected Chief Bill Montour says council has a legal firm looking into the constitutional right of First Nations to launch and own its own gaming venues."
  • "Local Library 'Ghostbusted' with SNIPE Team"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2013, p.10, p.11     "There were four of us sitting in that boardroom. Ohsweken library, second floor, just to the right after you come up the old stairs. Different contraptions, measuring electronic and magnetic fields, were scattered on the large wooden table before us, courtesy of SNIPE."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2013, p.10, p.11   "There were four of us sitting in that boardroom. Ohsweken library, second floor, just to the right after you come up the old stairs. Different contraptions, measuring electronic and magnetic ...
  • "Six Nations Students Improving"
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3     "Six Nations Students are getting better at literacy and high school graduation rates are increasing, according to representatives from the Grand Erie District School Board."
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3   "Six Nations Students are getting better at literacy and high school graduation rates are increasing, according to representatives from the Grand Erie District School Board."
  • "Diabetes Education Debuts New Holistic Approach at White Pines"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 8 May 2013, p.3     "A new preventative approach to diabetes education has launched at White Pines Wellness Centre and will serve up to 2,000 Six Nations people."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 8 May 2013, p.3   "A new preventative approach to diabetes education has launched at White Pines Wellness Centre and will serve up to 2,000 Six Nations people."
  • "The Royal Chapel of the Mohawk"
    Text       This is a 43 page paper written by Barry Hill about the Mohawk Chapel. His paper discusses the Chapel building, the structure, religious furnishings and appointments, renovations over time and the stained glass windows."
    Text     This is a 43 page paper written by Barry Hill about the Mohawk Chapel. His paper discusses the Chapel building, the structure, religious furnishings and appointments, renovations over time and ...
  • "First Nations Youth Art Offers Insight into War of 1812"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.2     "Cecil Montour, Angelina Bomberry, and Chancey Maracle were winners of a Woodland Cultural Centre art contest held during last fall's Whirlwind Conference on the war of 1812."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.2   "Cecil Montour, Angelina Bomberry, and Chancey Maracle were winners of a Woodland Cultural Centre art contest held during last fall's Whirlwind Conference on the war of 1812."
  • "Brantford Does Not Officially Recognize Six Nation's Claims"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3     "Brantford City Councillor Richard Carpenter says the city does not officially recognize Six Nations' land claims as 'legitimate'."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.3   "Brantford City Councillor Richard Carpenter says the city does not officially recognize Six Nations' land claims as 'legitimate'."
  • "Protest Takes Aim at Brantford"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 3 Apr 2013, p.7     "A small group of Six Nations people and their supporters held a demonstration on the Cockshutt Bridge Easter Sunday to protest a Brantford court's decision demanding Six Nations people pay the city $350,000 in legal fees."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 3 Apr 2013, p.7   "A small group of Six Nations people and their supporters held a demonstration on the Cockshutt Bridge Easter Sunday to protest a Brantford court's decision demanding Six Nations people pay ...
  • "Waste Disintegrator Unit Delayed Inventor Says 'Be Patient'"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 15 May 2013, p.9     "The inventor of a waste disintegrator unit that is now four months late says Six Nations needs 'to sit down and be patient' and Elected Chief Bill Montour agrees."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 15 May 2013, p.9   "The inventor of a waste disintegrator unit that is now four months late says Six Nations needs 'to sit down and be patient' and Elected Chief Bill Montour agrees."
  • "Band Council Stops Elected Chief's 'Secret' Casino Deal"
    NewspaperPublication  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.3     "Six Nations Band Council has put the brakes on a move by Elected Chief Bill Montour to bring VLT type casino gaming machines to Six Nations, without their knowledge, with secret investors, and with a company his wife works for, Turtle Island News has learned."
    NewspaperPublication  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.3   "Six Nations Band Council has put the brakes on a move by Elected Chief Bill Montour to bring VLT type casino gaming machines to Six Nations, without their knowledge, with ...
  • "China Longyuan Power Group Corp Ltd: Li Enyi Meets with 'Senator of the Six Nations of Canada'..."
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 12 Jun 2013, p.2     "Two Six Nations men are in China holding investment meetings with officials aimed at setting up an assembly plant at Six Nations."
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 12 Jun 2013, p.2   "Two Six Nations men are in China holding investment meetings with officials aimed at setting up an assembly plant at Six Nations."
  • "Incinerator Test Burn Halted After Fan Motor Burns Out"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 12 Jun 2013, p.8     "A scheduled test burn of the much-anticipated Kearns Waste Disintegrator Unit last week was abruptly halted after a fan motor burn out the day before a delgation of Six Nations councillors and staff were set to witness the machine in action at the company's Nova Scotia headquarters."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 12 Jun 2013, p.8   "A scheduled test burn of the much-anticipated Kearns Waste Disintegrator Unit last week was abruptly halted after a fan motor burn out the day before a delgation of Six Nations ...
  • "Brantford to Sell Off House Willed to Six Nations for Back Taxes"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 3 Jul 2013, p.2     "Brantford City Council will be holding a tax sale on a Six Nations owned property in the city."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 3 Jul 2013, p.2   "Brantford City Council will be holding a tax sale on a Six Nations owned property in the city."
  • "Men's Fire and Fired Employee Shut Down NPAAMB Offices"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2013, p.7     "The Six Nations Men's Fire and a fired Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB) employee shut down NPAAMB's offices at the Oneida Business Park yesterday (Tuesday) morning."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2013, p.7   "The Six Nations Men's Fire and a fired Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB) employee shut down NPAAMB's offices at the Oneida Business Park yesterday (Tuesday) morning."
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