Arrows Start on the Right Foot

SIX NATIONS — The Jr. A Arrows opened their first round playoff series against the Toronto Beaches at the ILA, Sunday evening with a 15-6 win. Twenty-eight seconds into the

In all the colonial talk, we keep hearing the same rhetoric for solutions to the “Indian problem”. Recently released Federal principles are so principled that they did not involve the

A priority issue not receiving priority attention that is affecting the Hamilton community is Indigenous homelessness— the ‘urban native’ population of the broader Indigenous community that is routinely overlooked. These

TORONTO – Over 5,000 athletes from unique and diverse indigenous backgrounds from across North America have travelled to compete in the 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) to represent their

The Burtch property which has been the topic of much political discussion as of late is located just to the west of the Six Nations Indian Reserve where First Line

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