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  • "Six Nations Police Force to Increase"
    Newspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 6 May 1992, p.1     This article details planned increases in the number of officers of the Six Nations Police resulting from an agreement between the Federal and Provincial governments and Six Nations.
    Newspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 6 May 1992, p.1   This article details planned increases in the number of officers of the Six Nations Police resulting from an agreement between the Federal and Provincial governments and Six Nations.
  • "Stay Out of Our Village Warns Chief"
    Newspaper       "Mohawks are the victims of harassment by Quebec provincial police and RCMP who continue to patrol the Kahnawake reserve, Chief Joe Norton said Wednesday."
    Newspaper     "Mohawks are the victims of harassment by Quebec provincial police and RCMP who continue to patrol the Kahnawake reserve, Chief Joe Norton said Wednesday."
  • "Staff Shortage Hampers Six Nations Police Force"
    Newspapermystery       "The Six Nations police force is the only independent native police force in Ontario. It has been cited by governments, police bodies and native groups as a model for others to follow."
    Newspapermystery     "The Six Nations police force is the only independent native police force in Ontario. It has been cited by governments, police bodies and native groups as a model for others ...
  • "Enforce Curfew on Reserve"
    Newspaper       "A little known curfew bylaw in effect on the Six Nations Reserve came to public attention in magistrate's court recently when the father of an Ohsweken district juvenile was summoned on a charge of allowing his son to stay out later than 9 p.m."
    Newspaper     "A little known curfew bylaw in effect on the Six Nations Reserve came to public attention in magistrate's court recently when the father of an Ohsweken district juvenile was summoned ...
  • "New York reserve uses special justice - band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Oct 1992     New York Reserve uses Special Justice Band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges

    OHSWEKEN - Alson Gibson has been on the wrong end of a loaded gun eight times.

    "Who in their right mind would go out in the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Oct 1992   New York Reserve uses Special Justice Band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges

    OHSWEKEN - Alson Gibson has been on the ...

  • "First Nations policing deal will nearly double number of Rez cops in Ontario"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Apr 1992     First Nations policing deal will nearly double number of Rez cops in Ontario

    Toronto - A major new agreement on Indian policing has been reached among Native leaders, the province of Ontario, and the federal government.

    The agreement earmarks as much as $90 ...

    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Apr 1992   First Nations policing deal will nearly double number of Rez cops in Ontario

    Toronto - A major new agreement on Indian policing has been reached among Native leaders, ...

  • "Native justice could be alternative to jails"
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 17 Dec 1997     "A dysfunctional justice system has turned Canadian courts into daily "degradation ceremonies" where judges rule as 'potentates on raised podiums' in a hopeless attempt to prevent crime, says a Yukon judge."
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 17 Dec 1997   "A dysfunctional justice system has turned Canadian courts into daily "degradation ceremonies" where judges rule as 'potentates on raised podiums' in a hopeless attempt to prevent crime, says a Yukon ...
  • "Police Welcome Chance to Meet Native People Without Confrontation"
    NewspaperPublication       "Despite his anxiety, Fontaine and and several other police officers were invited to take part in a sweat lodge ceremony with other natives at the Mother Earth's People environmental conference at The Forks."
    NewspaperPublication     "Despite his anxiety, Fontaine and and several other police officers were invited to take part in a sweat lodge ceremony with other natives at the Mother Earth's People environmental conference ...
  • "Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minister Tom Siddon Addressed a Gathering..."
    NewspaperPublication       "Indian Affairs and Northern Development minister Tom Siddon addressed a gathering of Indian representatives at Six Nations Veteran's Park at Six Nations Reserve yesterday. The minister was there to unveil the Federal Policing Policy, designed to help implement native control over their own police services."
    NewspaperPublication     "Indian Affairs and Northern Development minister Tom Siddon addressed a gathering of Indian representatives at Six Nations Veteran's Park at Six Nations Reserve yesterday. The minister was there to unveil ...
  • "Six Nations get RCMP presence"
    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2     Six Nations get RCMP presence by Andrea Buma

    OHSWEKEN - RCMP officer Jeff Cooper will spend the next year in the community, working out of the Six Nations police office in an arrangement known as "secondment" in police lingo.

    Cooper is here in an ...

    TextNewspaper  Buma, Andrea, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Jul 1998, pp.1-2   Six Nations get RCMP presence by Andrea Buma

    OHSWEKEN - RCMP officer Jeff Cooper will spend the next year in the community, working out of the Six Nations ...

  • "Sask police officers fired after convictions In leaving man on winter night"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001     Sask police officers fired after convictions in leaving man on winter night

    SASKATOON (CP) - Two police officers who dumped a man on the outskirts of the city on a freezing January night last year were fired Thursday, just hours after a jury convicted them of unlawful ...

    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Sep 2001   Sask police officers fired after convictions in leaving man on winter night

    SASKATOON (CP) - Two police officers who dumped a man on the outskirts of the city ...

  • "Six Nations Police Unveil Distinctive Look"
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991     "Most were content to ogle from a distance, but one member of the crowd in Veteran's Park couldn't keep his paws off the new Six Nations police uniforms."
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991   "Most were content to ogle from a distance, but one member of the crowd in Veteran's Park couldn't keep his paws off the new Six Nations police uniforms."
  • "Group Planning Vigil to Call for Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Native Women"
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7     "A vigil is being planned in Ottawa in memory of Loretta Saunders and to call for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women."
    NewspaperPublication  Turtle Island News, 5 Mar 2014, p.7   "A vigil is being planned in Ottawa in memory of Loretta Saunders and to call for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women."
  • "Native Justice Could Be Served"
    Newspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 14 Sep 1994, p.8     "Contacted by telephone at his office in Goose Bay, Newfoundland detachment, RCMP Inspector John Henderson was asked, 'Are the police caught in the middle as the politicians fight over justice issues?'"
    Newspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 14 Sep 1994, p.8   "Contacted by telephone at his office in Goose Bay, Newfoundland detachment, RCMP Inspector John Henderson was asked, 'Are the police caught in the middle as the politicians fight over justice ...
  • "More Money Promised for Native Policing"
    NewspaperPublication       "The federal government will double its spending on native policing over the next five years, Indian Affairs minister Tom Siddon said Thursday."
    NewspaperPublication     "The federal government will double its spending on native policing over the next five years, Indian Affairs minister Tom Siddon said Thursday."
  • "Commission Leaves Six Nations Cool"
    Newspaper       "Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's announcement of a royal commission on aboriginal issues has not been met with enthusiasm by members of the Six Nations community."
    Newspaper     "Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's announcement of a royal commission on aboriginal issues has not been met with enthusiasm by members of the Six Nations community."
  • "Rae Pledges Progress on Native Issues"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 5 Jun 1991     "Premier Bob Rae says his government is committed to making progress on native issues, but native leaders want proof of that commitment before signing an agreement recognizing their inherent right to self-government."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 5 Jun 1991   "Premier Bob Rae says his government is committed to making progress on native issues, but native leaders want proof of that commitment before signing an agreement recognizing their inherent right ...
  • "Ipperwash Firing"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 30 Jan 2002     Ipperwash Firing

    LONDON - The police officer who shot and killed native protester Dudley George will stay on the provincial police payroll, at least for now.

    Sergeant Kenneth Deane appealed his dismissal yesterday.

    A police spokesman says Deane can't ...

    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 30 Jan 2002   Ipperwash Firing

    LONDON - The police officer who shot and killed native protester Dudley George will stay on the provincial police payroll, at least for now.

    Sergeant Kenneth ...

  • "Formal Signing Planned for Deal"
    NewspaperPublication       "The "historic" agreement that recognizes the right of the First Nations of Ontario to self-government was announced Thursday in the legislature."
    NewspaperPublication     "The "historic" agreement that recognizes the right of the First Nations of Ontario to self-government was announced Thursday in the legislature."
  • "Tobacco Manufacturers Told, Internal Law Won't Stop Bill C-10"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.2     "With Elected Chief Ava Hill at the helm of a community meeting on the impending Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act (Bill C-10) last week, she called on the community to help them come up with strategies to fight the bill as it continues to wind its way through parliament."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.2   "With Elected Chief Ava Hill at the helm of a community meeting on the impending Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act (Bill C-10) last week, she called on the community to help ...
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