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  • "Room for culture and language in education"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 May 1994     "SIX NATIONS - Language and culture is essential if the Haudenosaunee are to survive as a people, said I.L. Thomas parent steering committee chairperson Reva Bomberry."
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 May 1994   "SIX NATIONS - Language and culture is essential if the Haudenosaunee are to survive as a people, said I.L. Thomas parent steering committee chairperson Reva Bomberry."
  • "Indigenous bank in Costa Rica may mirror better Aboriginal capital access in Canada"
    TextNewspaper  Smith, Scott, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 16 Aug 1995     "A promising new application of the kind of professional and management skills transfer that has been the hallmark of an non-profit organization called CESO (also known as the Canadian Executive Service Organization) for over 25 years is now underway in the Central American country of Costa Rica."
    TextNewspaper  Smith, Scott, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 16 Aug 1995   "A promising new application of the kind of professional and management skills transfer that has been the hallmark of an non-profit organization called CESO (also known as the Canadian Executive ...
  • "Washington sides with native people in land claim"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 1 Apr 1998     "The U.S. government said Monday it has intervened in another lawsuit filed by native tribes against New York state for allegedly stealing land from their ancestors."
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 1 Apr 1998   "The U.S. government said Monday it has intervened in another lawsuit filed by native tribes against New York state for allegedly stealing land from their ancestors."
  • "Ending the whitewash of genocide in Canada"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Apr 2009     Ending the Whitewash of Genocide in Canada
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    This April 15, on the Fifth National Aboriginal Holocaust Memorial Day, organisers are calling for a boycott of the government's fraudulent "Truth and Reconciliation Commission"; the expulsion of the Catholic, Anglican and ...

    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Apr 2009   Ending the Whitewash of Genocide in Canada
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    This April 15, on the Fifth National Aboriginal Holocaust Memorial Day, organisers are calling for a boycott of the government's fraudulent ...

  • "Nisga'a lawsuit to go ahead next month"
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Apr 2000     "A B.C. Liberal lawsuit challenging the Nisga'a treaty is set to begin in B.C. Supreme Court May 15, the same day the treaty is to be implemented. The Liberals are seeking to have the treaty ruled invalid on the grounds that it is unconstitutional."
    TextNewspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Apr 2000   "A B.C. Liberal lawsuit challenging the Nisga'a treaty is set to begin in B.C. Supreme Court May 15, the same day the treaty is to be implemented. The Liberals are ...
  • "Frontenac decision could change the course of Brantford's Injunctions"
    TextNewspaper  Tully, Erin, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 4 Feb 2009     Frontenac decision could change the course of Brantford's Injunctions By Erin Tully, SIX NATIONS

    The Supreme Court of Canada further reiterated the notion that injunctions against First Nations people should not be handed out indiscriminately.

    On ...

    TextNewspaper  Tully, Erin, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 4 Feb 2009   Frontenac decision could change the course of Brantford's Injunctions By Erin Tully, SIX NATIONS

    The Supreme Court of Canada further reiterated the notion that injunctions against First Nations ...

  • "B.C. Natives win appeal for trial"
    TextNewspaper  Smith, Scott, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 17 Dec 1997     "A six-member panel of the Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously overturned a decision by two lower BC courts dismissing crucial elements of a claim by the Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en First Nations asserting their rights to owenership and jurisdiction over a huge section of their traditional homelands in northwestern British ...
    TextNewspaper  Smith, Scott, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 17 Dec 1997   "A six-member panel of the Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously overturned a decision by two lower BC courts dismissing crucial elements of a claim by the Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en ...
  • "Quebec Natives see bargaining clout in Supreme Court ruling"
    TextNewspaper  Delisle, Norman, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 17 Dec 1997     "A Supreme Court of Canada decision means the Quebec government will have to get the consent of native people before allowing new development projects, the Grand Chief of the Assembly of First Nations' Quebec region said Friday."
    TextNewspaper  Delisle, Norman, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 17 Dec 1997   "A Supreme Court of Canada decision means the Quebec government will have to get the consent of native people before allowing new development projects, the Grand Chief of the Assembly ...
  • "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.

    ...
  • "Snowsnake"
    TextNewspaper  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, 1994     Snowsnake Christopher Smith, Expositor Staff

    A centuries-old tradition whizzed down a frozen strip of the Six Nations Reserve on Sunday, as dozens of competitors took part in a snow snake contest.

    Originating at least 400 years ago, the game involves ...

    TextNewspaper  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, 1994   Snowsnake Christopher Smith, Expositor Staff

    A centuries-old tradition whizzed down a frozen strip of the Six Nations Reserve on Sunday, as dozens of competitors took part in a ...

  • "Haldimand Deed a valid document"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 23 Jan 1993     Haldimand Deed a valid a document

    The Mohawk people of the Grand River will not participate in any agreement concerning hunting rights or political rights made with or on behalf of the Six Nations elected band council.

    For we feel that by participating ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 23 Jan 1993   Haldimand Deed a valid a document

    The Mohawk people of the Grand River will not participate in any agreement concerning hunting rights or political rights made with or ...

  • "Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1993     Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing

    OHSWEKEN - Rapid growth in Ohsweken is hampering attempts to build second-stage housing for women leaving the reserve's family violence shelter.

    Reva Bomberry, director of Ganohkwa Sra, said Canada Mortgage ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1993   Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing

    OHSWEKEN - Rapid growth in Ohsweken is hampering attempts to build second-stage housing for women leaving the reserve's family violence ...

  • "Little support for Polygreen on reserve"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Mar 1993     Little Support for Polygreen on Reserve

    OHSWEKEN - Cynicism and pessimism rule as Six Nations residents try to decide whether to allow a plastic recycling company into the community.

    While some say the company would bring dozens of jobs, others are ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Mar 1993   Little Support for Polygreen on Reserve

    OHSWEKEN - Cynicism and pessimism rule as Six Nations residents try to decide whether to allow a plastic recycling company into the ...

  • "Six Nations can't find lodge parents for new centre"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Mar 1993     Partial article....
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Mar 1993   Partial article....
  • "Winterize Chiefswood Mansion"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 16 Jan 1993    

    Apprentice carpenters Robert Henry (left) and Geoffrey Johns remove shutters from the Chiefswood home of poet E. Pauline Johnson on Highway 54 in Ohsweken. Students from Mohawk College are volunteering their labor to winterize the home to prevent damage before restoration begins in the spring. ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 16 Jan 1993  

    Apprentice carpenters Robert Henry (left) and Geoffrey Johns remove shutters from the Chiefswood home of poet E. Pauline Johnson on Highway 54 in Ohsweken. Students from Mohawk College are volunteering ...

  • "Residents oppose proposed native laws"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 22 Apr 1993     Residents oppose proposed native laws

    OHSWEKEN - Some Six Nations members will do what they must to stop proposed federal legislation that would open the door to property taxes.

    "I'll go as far as I have to," said Allen MacNaughton, referring to stopping ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 22 Apr 1993   Residents oppose proposed native laws

    OHSWEKEN - Some Six Nations members will do what they must to stop proposed federal legislation that would open the door to property ...

  • "Mona Staats leads the Iroquois Singers..."
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 24 May 1995     Partial article....
    TextNewspaper  Turtle Island News, 24 May 1995   Partial article....
  • "A feast fit for a chef"
    TextNewspaper       A feast fit for a chef Dinner pays tribute Bertha Skye for golden 'Olympic' showing

    OHSWEKEN - Many people had lots to say about Bertha Skye.

    But at a tribute to her Sunday, Mrs. Skye said a lot more about herself without saying ...

    TextNewspaper     A feast fit for a chef Dinner pays tribute Bertha Skye for golden 'Olympic' showing

    OHSWEKEN - Many people had lots to say about Bertha Skye.

    ...
  • "Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt"
    TextNewspaper       Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt

    OHSWEKEN - It was 17 months ago that fire destroyed the 88-year-old frame building that was home to the Grand River United Church.

    The church was where 65-­year-old Leonard Lickers was baptized and where his mother ...

    TextNewspaper     Church Destroyed in Fire Being Rebuilt

    OHSWEKEN - It was 17 months ago that fire destroyed the 88-year-old frame building that was home to the Grand River United ...

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