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  • 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 ...
  • "Grand River Enterprises, native owned and growing"
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998     "Grand River Enterprises (G.R.E.), the first wholly native owned tobacco company is getting ready to take on the big guys."
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998   "Grand River Enterprises (G.R.E.), the first wholly native owned tobacco company is getting ready to take on the big guys."
  • "Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913"
    TextNewspaper  Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Mar 2015     Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913 By GoodMinds.com

    The books of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism of Emily Pauline Johnson continue to inspire and enlighten readers today.

    Emily Pauline Johnson (1861-1913) was born at Chiefswood ...

    TextNewspaper  Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Mar 2015   Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913 By GoodMinds.com

    The books of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism of Emily Pauline Johnson continue to inspire and enlighten readers today.

    Emily ...

  • "Smoke Machine"
    TextNewspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 25 Jan 1994     SMOKE MACHINE Wayne Roper, Expositor Staff

    Employees Derek Williams and Debra Martin stack cigarettes produced during an open house at a Grand River Enterprises on Monday. The Six Nations company plans to go into production soon and wants to buy two million ...

    TextNewspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 25 Jan 1994   SMOKE MACHINE Wayne Roper, Expositor Staff

    Employees Derek Williams and Debra Martin stack cigarettes produced during an open house at a Grand River Enterprises on Monday. The Six ...

  • "Smoke factory on Six Nations"
    TextNewspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 1994     Smoke factory on Six Nations

    Investors in Grand River Enterprises, which wants to manufacture cigarettes on Six Nations, take part in a press conference on Monday.

    ...
    TextNewspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 1994   Smoke factory on Six Nations

    Investors in Grand River Enterprises, which wants to manufacture cigarettes on Six Nations, take part in a press conference on Monday.

    ...
  • 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.
  • "Bill C-10 passes second reading, Senate sends to committee"
    TextNewspaper  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 25 Jun 2014     Bill C-10 passes second reading, Senate sends to committee By Donna Duric, Writer

    Bill C-10 - the Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act - has passed second reading in the Senate.

    And despite fears the bill was going to pass third reading and become law ...

    TextNewspaper  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 25 Jun 2014   Bill C-10 passes second reading, Senate sends to committee By Donna Duric, Writer

    Bill C-10 - the Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act - has passed second reading in the ...

  • "Two investors in smoke plant - drug connection"
    TextNewspaper  Legall, Paul, Hamilton Spectator, 27 Jan 1994     Two investors in smoke plant - drug convictions By Paul Legall and Dan Nolan, The Hamilton Spectator

    HAMILTON - Two Hamilton businessmen, pushing for the establishment of a tax-free cigarette plant on the Six Nations Reserve, once ran a major drug smuggling ...

    TextNewspaper  Legall, Paul, Hamilton Spectator, 27 Jan 1994   Two investors in smoke plant - drug convictions By Paul Legall and Dan Nolan, The Hamilton Spectator

    HAMILTON - Two Hamilton businessmen, pushing for the establishment of a ...

  • "Six Nations closer to regulating its tobacco industry"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 5 Aug 2015     Six Nations closer to regulating its tobacco industry By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Regulations overseeing the tobacco industry at Six Nations are one step closer to reality after the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) accepted a draft report, as ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 5 Aug 2015   Six Nations closer to regulating its tobacco industry By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Regulations overseeing the tobacco industry at Six Nations are one step closer to reality after the ...

  • "Mohawk cigarette business stayed open after tax deal nixed"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 5 Aug 1998, pp.1-2     Mohawk cigarette business stayed open after tax deal nixed

    QUEBEC (CP) - A Kahnawake cigarette dealer who had a secret tax deal with Quebec was able to continue selling tobacco after his tax permit was revoked because officials issued a new permit to his ...

    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 5 Aug 1998, pp.1-2   Mohawk cigarette business stayed open after tax deal nixed

    QUEBEC (CP) - A Kahnawake cigarette dealer who had a secret tax deal with Quebec was able to continue ...

  • "Reserve smokes will be tax free"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Jan 1994     Reserve smokes will be tax free

    SIMCOE (CP) - The provincial and federal governments can forget about trying to collect sales tax when the first cigarette manufacturing firm on a Canadian Indian reserve begins production, say native business leaders.

    ...
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Jan 1994   Reserve smokes will be tax free

    SIMCOE (CP) - The provincial and federal governments can forget about trying to collect sales tax when the first cigarette manufacturing firm ...

  • "G.R.E. only gives $2 million for fire hall construction"
    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 15 Jan 2014, p.15     G.R.E. only gives $2 million for fire hall construction By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Grand River Enterprises (GRE) CEO Jerry Montour says he isn't reneging on a promise to give Six Nations $3 million to help build a much needed fire hall, but can promise only ...

    TextNewspaper  Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 15 Jan 2014, p.15   G.R.E. only gives $2 million for fire hall construction By Lynda Powless, Editor

    Grand River Enterprises (GRE) CEO Jerry Montour says he isn't reneging on a promise to ...

  • Invitation to E. Pauline Johnson Plaque Unveiling Ceremony
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, May 1986     INVITATION

    The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is pleased to invite you to its plaque unveiling ceremony commemorating E. PAULINE JOHNSON

    The ceremony will take place at the Chiefswood Museum Highway 54 Six Nations Indian Reserve near Ohsweken, Ontario at ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, May 1986   INVITATION

    The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is pleased to invite you to its plaque unveiling ceremony commemorating E. PAULINE JOHNSON

    The ceremony will take place ...

  • "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 ...

  • "Non-Natives disapprove of 'Peacekeepers' photo surveillance"
    TextNewspaper  Windle, Jim, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 12 Aug 2009, pp.1-2     Non-Natives disapprove of "Peacekeepers" photo surveillance By Jim Windle, HALDIMAND

    If you're one of thousands of non-Native customers of Native owned smoke shacks, smile, Big Brother will be watching you.

    A small group of Caledonia and area ...

    TextNewspaper  Windle, Jim, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 12 Aug 2009, pp.1-2   Non-Natives disapprove of "Peacekeepers" photo surveillance By Jim Windle, HALDIMAND

    If you're one of thousands of non-Native customers of Native owned smoke shacks, smile, Big Brother will be ...

  • "Revenue says no to GRE"
    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Feb 1994, pp.1-2     Revenue says no to GRE by Paul Barnsley, staff reporter

    OTTAWA - The federal government is not ready to help Grand River Enterprises create sixty jobs on Six Nations.

    The Ministry of Revenue has denied GRE's application for a permit to buy ...

    TextNewspaper  Barnsley, Paul, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 23 Feb 1994, pp.1-2   Revenue says no to GRE by Paul Barnsley, staff reporter

    OTTAWA - The federal government is not ready to help Grand River Enterprises create sixty jobs on Six ...

  • "Haudenosaunee Chiefs develop draft tobacco law"
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 11 Feb 2015     Haudenosaunee Chiefs develop draft tobacco law

    The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) has approved a draft working tobacco law to go to the community for input.

    The Royanni, accepted the proposed tobacco strategy as a draft at its meeting ...

    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 11 Feb 2015   Haudenosaunee Chiefs develop draft tobacco law

    The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) has approved a draft working tobacco law to go to the community for input.

    The Royanni, ...

  • "National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10"
    TextNewspaper  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014     National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10" By Donna Duric, Writer

    A number of aboriginal leaders told a crowd of around 1,500 people on Parliament Hill Wednesday that the time for diplomacy is over when it comes to dealing with the ...

    TextNewspaper  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014   National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10" By Donna Duric, Writer

    A number of aboriginal leaders told a crowd of around 1,500 people on ...

  • "Forum held to discuss "working draft" of proposed tobacco law"
    TextNewspaper  Martin, Johnna, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 1 Apr 2015     Forum held to discuss "working draft" of proposed tobacco law By Johnna Martin

    OHSWEKEN - On Wednesday approximately 50 Six Nations community members attended a public meeting held at Polytechnic to hear and provide feedback for the working introduction ...

    TextNewspaper  Martin, Johnna, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 1 Apr 2015   Forum held to discuss "working draft" of proposed tobacco law By Johnna Martin

    OHSWEKEN - On Wednesday approximately 50 Six Nations community members attended a public meeting held ...

  • "Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights"
    TextNewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, Turtle Island News, 11 Jun 2014     Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News

    TORONTO - Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy told a press conference here June 10 that the Chiefs of Ontario (COO) oppose the federal ...

    TextNewspaper  Hanagan, Dennis, Turtle Island News, 11 Jun 2014   Chiefs of Ontario call Bill C-10 attack on constitution and treaty rights By Dennis Hanagan, Special to Turtle Island News

    TORONTO - Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy told ...

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