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Brandon Montour to bring Stanley Cup to Six Nations

Burford and Six Nations residents supported their...

Rob Davis reflects as sun sets on career with BPS

As Rob Davis’ tenure with Brantford Police...

BPS Officer awarded Ontario Medal for Police Bravery

Brantford Police Service Constable Trevor Taylor received...

Indigenous Affairs

Province provides funding to Six Nations Polytechnic

The Ontario government is investing $75,000 to help Six Nations Polytechnic achieve accessible and free transportation services by providing more than 200 students with daily inter-campus transportation, stipends for...

Federal government to support Indigenous-led organizations

Bryan May, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Small Business and to the Minister responsible for...

Brantford Native Housing creates opportunities for the urban Indigenous community

Brantford Native Housing (BNH) is a non-profit charitable corporation with the main objective to...

Six Nations calls for more funding for language immersion school

Six Nations of the Grand River is calling for more federal funding to help...

A look into Indigenous history through music 

An ensemble of eleven Indigenous and allied musicians performed at the matinee show of...

Ontario provides funding to First Nations Police

The Ontario government is providing more than $6 million to help First Nations police services better protect their communities. The investment is part of...

Six Nations of the Grand River Housing receives $1.5M in funding

Six Nations of the Grand River’s Housing Department received just over $1.5 million in funding to go towards the construction of a 5-unit townhome...

Feds 6 months late on payments to Mohawk Institute Residential School survivors group

The group responsible for finding unmarked graves at the site of a former Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford says the federal government isn’t...

Honouring Our Children at Mohawk Park

The Brantford Region Indigenous Support Centre (BRISC) hosted the Honouring Our Children social to honour victims and their families impacted by residential schools on...

Honouring Our Children Social event will be “a sign of resiliency”

A number of local organizations are coming together to honour the victims of the residential school system in Canada at the Honouring Our Children...

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs on 18-day tour raising awareness about Coastal GasLink pipeline spanning Northern B.C.

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs met with Six Nations Indigenous leaders tonight. This meeting starts an 18-day cross-country tour in Haudenosaunee territories to raise awareness about...

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