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  • "Leona Moses Obituary Program"
    Image       So view the full obituary program, please contact the SNPL and ask for item I.D. SNPL003983v01d...
    Image     So view the full obituary program, please contact the SNPL and ask for item I.D. SNPL003983v01d...
  • "The Celebration of the Life of Ethel (Leona) Moses"
    Image       To view this program, please contact the SNPL for item SNPL003984v01d...
    Image     To view this program, please contact the SNPL for item SNPL003984v01d...
  • "Brant CAS 'Trespassing', SN Band Council Wants Them Gone"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.18     "Six Nations Band council considers the Brant CAS trespassers and has threatened legal action to get the Ohsweken-based Native Services Branch (NSB) of the Children's Aid Society removed from Six Nations Territory."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.18   "Six Nations Band council considers the Brant CAS trespassers and has threatened legal action to get the Ohsweken-based Native Services Branch (NSB) of the Children's Aid Society removed from Six ...
  • "Six Nations Band Council Seeking Legal Action to Evict CAS"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.15     "Six Nations Band Council is considering taking legal measures to get rid of the Children's Aid Society on the territory."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.15   "Six Nations Band Council is considering taking legal measures to get rid of the Children's Aid Society on the territory."
  • "Six Nations Band Council May Hire PR Firm to Improve Image"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 26 Feb 2014, p,5     "Six Nations Band Council may be hiring a public relations firm to help with both the council's and community's image."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 26 Feb 2014, p,5   "Six Nations Band Council may be hiring a public relations firm to help with both the council's and community's image."
  • "CAS Says Want to Meet Directly with Clanmothers"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7     "In response to claims that Brant CAS has failed to reach out to Six Nations clanmothers, Brant CAS directors Andrew Koster and Sally Rivers said a letter would be drafted and mailed out Tuesday requesting a sit down meeting with clanmothers to discuss problems."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7   "In response to claims that Brant CAS has failed to reach out to Six Nations clanmothers, Brant CAS directors Andrew Koster and Sally Rivers said a letter would be drafted ...
  • "Renovating the 'Mush Hole', Old Residential School Set to Become Six Nations National Historic Site"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.7     "Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) has pledged $220,000 towards the restoration costs of the former Mohawk Institute and plan on designating the building a national historic site under SNEC."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.7   "Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) has pledged $220,000 towards the restoration costs of the former Mohawk Institute and plan on designating the building a national historic site under SNEC."
  • Taxation is Community Issue, TITAC Says, Not G.R.E. Issue
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 22 Jan 2014, p.3     ...
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 22 Jan 2014, p.3   ...
  • "Band Councillor Taking Aim at AFN National Chief Over Education Act"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 29 Jan 2014, p.5     "Six Nations Band Councillor Helen Miller is accusing National Chief Shawn Atleo of trying to salvage the First Nations Education Act (FNEA)."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 29 Jan 2014, p.5   "Six Nations Band Councillor Helen Miller is accusing National Chief Shawn Atleo of trying to salvage the First Nations Education Act (FNEA)."
  • "Provincial Minister David Zimmer Introduces Himself to Confederacy Chiefs"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.3     "Aboriginal Affairs minister David Zimmer dropped in on a Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council on Saturday to meet the chiefs in person, though the meeting was not a formal renewal of an existing communications agreement."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.3   "Aboriginal Affairs minister David Zimmer dropped in on a Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council on Saturday to meet the chiefs in person, though the meeting was not a formal renewal of ...
  • "SN Council to Decide on Education Review Going Ahead"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.4     "Six Nations Band Council is considering an offer from Aboriginal Affairs to conduct an education review on local schools even though there is no guarantee of increased funding at the end of the review."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Feb 2014, p.4   "Six Nations Band Council is considering an offer from Aboriginal Affairs to conduct an education review on local schools even though there is no guarantee of increased funding at the ...
  • "Disintegrator Inventor in Hot Water Over Complaints About Employees"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Feb 2014, p.7     "Some employees and at least one councillor are upset at allegations made by the inventor of a waste disintegration machine at the Six Nations landfill."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Feb 2014, p.7   "Some employees and at least one councillor are upset at allegations made by the inventor of a waste disintegration machine at the Six Nations landfill."
  • "War of 1812 Part of Haudenosaunee '60 Years War,' Historian Says"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 19 Feb 2014, p.16     "For the Haudenosaunee there really wasn't a War of 1812, an American Revolution or a Seven Years War. There was a 60 year war between European settlers that had Haudenosaunee fighting to hold onto their lands, says historian and author Carl Benn."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 19 Feb 2014, p.16   "For the Haudenosaunee there really wasn't a War of 1812, an American Revolution or a Seven Years War. There was a 60 year war between European settlers that had Haudenosaunee ...
  • "Disintegrator Unit Has 30 Days to Prove Itself"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 26 Feb 2014, p.5     "A Six Nations Band Council committee is giving the owner of the disintegrator 30 days to get it operating full time or it may pull the plug on the process."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 26 Feb 2014, p.5   "A Six Nations Band Council committee is giving the owner of the disintegrator 30 days to get it operating full time or it may pull the plug on the process."
  • "Clanmothers Say Child Welfare is an Inherent Right"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7     "Clanmothers separated themselves from the politics of an ongoing debate over how Six Nations should implement its own child welfare system with a letter presented to Confederacy Chiefs on Saturday."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7   "Clanmothers separated themselves from the politics of an ongoing debate over how Six Nations should implement its own child welfare system with a letter presented to Confederacy Chiefs on Saturday."
  • "Community May Form a Six Nations Education Committee"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 12 Mar 2014, p.3     "A Six Nations Education committee may be coming more than 50 people at a community meeting on education heard last week."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 12 Mar 2014, p.3   "A Six Nations Education committee may be coming more than 50 people at a community meeting on education heard last week."
  • "Six Nations Band Council Approves Two More Wind Projects"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.3     "Six Nations Band Council has decided to move forward with two wind projects slated for development in Port Ryerse and Norfolk Township."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.3   "Six Nations Band Council has decided to move forward with two wind projects slated for development in Port Ryerse and Norfolk Township."
  • "Lawyer Says Band Councils Can't Fight Bill C-10 Amendment"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20     "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20   "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
  • "Community in Limbo over Fate of FNEA"
    NewspaperPublication  Mt Pleasant, Jen, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 12 Mar 2014, p.6     "The Community Education Meeting was well attended last Wednesday night as the Cayuga Room at Six Nations Polytech was packed shoulder to shoulder. Facilitated by Richard Powless, the meeting opened up with an update on the First Nations Education Act."
    NewspaperPublication  Mt Pleasant, Jen, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 12 Mar 2014, p.6   "The Community Education Meeting was well attended last Wednesday night as the Cayuga Room at Six Nations Polytech was packed shoulder to shoulder. Facilitated by Richard Powless, the meeting opened ...
  • "Commemorative Monument Coming to Mush Hole"
    NewspaperPublication  Garlow, Nahnda, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 2 Apr 2014, p.5     "The Woodland Cultural Centre announced Sunday evening that a National Commemorative Marker recognizing the dark legacy of Canada & Churches Indian Residential Schools will be cast in bronze and placed at the site of the former Mohawk Institute."
    NewspaperPublication  Garlow, Nahnda, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 2 Apr 2014, p.5   "The Woodland Cultural Centre announced Sunday evening that a National Commemorative Marker recognizing the dark legacy of Canada & Churches Indian Residential Schools will be cast in bronze and placed ...
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