Six Nations & Grand River
The Six Nations Championship (referred to as RBS 6 Nations as it's sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) is an annual international rugby union competition involving six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. The Grand River is the longest river in the U.S. state of Michigan. It runs through the cities of Jackson, Eaton Rapids, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Grand Haven./5
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YVR -> YYZ to present and attend the Indigenous Literary Studies Association (ILSA) Inaugural Gathering at Six Nations of the Grand River
Great day at the Six Nations of the Grand River annual Pow Wow wow nations
Gut wrentching letter by Russell Moses member of the Delaware band of the Six Nations of the Grand River, from 1965
It's been a great Wellness Day in Six Nations of the Grand River with 400+ animals seen:) pets
And outside the city, a new contemporary history of the Six Nations of the Grand River via
Ava Hill, Six Nations of Grand River, Apr 2015 presentation to 14th UNPFII Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Six Nations of the Grand River show their support for .patriaEficiente http:/…
APAC recently recognized Meagan Hill, MBA Student at & Member of Six Nations of the Grand River.
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Folks should pick up Rick’s new book “We Share Our Matters: Two Centuries of Writing and Resistance at Six Nations of the Grand River.”
Rsm Renewable EnergySolutions is seeking to fill 8 positions and is now accepting resumes for solar installation positions in the Hamilton Area. We are seeking the following; 1 - Senior Supervisor 2 - Junior Supervisors 3 - Installers 2 - Material Handlers All Candidates MUST HAVE; - Fall Arrest / Fall Protection Certification, - CSA approved work boots - Own transportation. ( Transportation from Six Nations to Work Site may be arranged) Preference given to those who are/have; - Residents of Six Nations Grand River Territory - Certified In Solar PV Installation - Zoom boom Certification Pay ranges from $12/hr - $30/hr depending on experience and certification Work will commence in March 2015 Please submit cover letter and resume via email to: rsm1- ATTENTION: Rob Morrow No phone calls, email only
In 1991 RBC is the first major financial institution in Canada to open a full-service branch on a reserve in Six Nations of the Grand River
Talbot the young man from just outside the Six Nations lands along the Grand River.
David Newhouse is Onondoga from the Six Nations of the Grand River community near Brantford, Ontario. He is the Co-Director of the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (Central) and Associate Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies and the Business Administration Program at Trent. He was recently appointed Principle for the newly created First Peoples House of Learning/Gzowski College. He has served as the Science Officer for the Aboriginal Peoples Health Research committee for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. He was the IMC/U of S Aboriginal Scholar in Residence at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon in 1998/99. His most recent book is Well-Being in the Urban Aboriginal Community: Fostering Biimaadiziwin (2012), co-edited with Kevin FitzMaurice, Tricia McGuire-Adams, and Daniel Jetté. Please join us for 3 events: Thursday, March 27 - 12:00 - 1:00pm U of S Regina campus, Room 138 (4th & Lewvan - Orr Centre) “The Aboriginal Healing Movement: Creating a Narrative of Strength” ...
SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER... Had the privilege and honor to visit the Six Nations of the Grand River with some of the most Awesome Toronto activists.. and .lovely people in the world! I was touched by the archaeological site known locally as "Kanata".. I was in awe.. felt that I was in Machu Picchu Peru.I am very "recharged" after visiting this area!! My faith has double up!!.. We are moving to something bigger!!!..
Six Nations meeting rallies community against Bill C-10 by Noaman G. Ali Six Nations of the Grand River | “The introduction of Omnibus Bill C-10 is an attempt to criminalize the hard-working families and entrepreneurs of Six Nations and other territories,” […]
Iroquois Caucus rejects First Nations Education Act For immediate release (Kahnawake – February 6, 2014) The Iroquois Caucus announced today that they have signed a Declaration unanimously rejecting the Harper government’s proposed First Nations Education Act. The resolution was passed during a duly-convened two-day meeting of the Caucus, which is comprised of elected leaders from Akwesáhsne, Kahnawà:ke, Kanesatake, Oneida of the Thames, Six Nations of the Grand River, Tyendinaga and Wahta. The Resolution states that the Iroquois Caucus member communities reject the First Nations Education Act in its entirety, including all of its components and contents, and any and all federally or provincially imposed legislation in this matter. Additionally, the member communities demand that Canada recognize and respect the Aboriginal Right to jurisdictional control of our own education systems and meet with our communities to discuss and take steps necessary to address chronic underfunding of our education sys ...
Jay Silverheels, age 67, died March 5, 1980, in Calabasas, CA, from complications of a stroke. He was cremated and his ashes scattered at Six Nations of the Grand River, First Nation Territory, Brantford, Ontario.
Enbridge pipeline: protesters locked to construction equipment to stop work By: Joel Eastwood Staff Reporter Toronto Star TORONTO-Five protesters have locked themselves to construction equipment in north Toronto to halt work on Enbridge Inc.’s Line 9 oil pipeline. “Right now the Line 9 reversal construction is stopped,” said Amanda Lickers, a member of Six Nations of Grand River, on Tuesday afternoon. The energy company, however, says the pipeline work is completely unrelated to its proposal to reverse the flow of oil, a plan which has not yet been approved. “We are replacing the pipeline and doing a horizontal drill under the Don River to replace it with a brand-new steel pipe,” said Graham White, a spokesperson for Enbridge. White said the replacement work, which started this summer, had federal approval and would be carried out regardless of the Line 9B reversal decision. More Video Marion Barry won't discuss Rob FordMarion Barry won't discuss Rob Ford Police Officer InjuredPolice Officer Inj ...
Is the newly elected Chief of Six Nations of the Grand River
Sgenoh Tourism Oxford!! Six Nations Tourism announces the Grand River 'Champion of Champions' Pow Wow on July 27...
It was unprecedented at Six Nations of the Grand River that Confederacy Chiefs stepped onto the front lines of the on-going land dispute along the Haldimand Tract and led supporters on July 7 in Brantford, Ontario.Approximately 200 Six Nations people travelled to Brantford and their first stop was t...
Tradition I think it’s in our heritage to be ironworkers. —Robyn Garlow, apprentice ironworker, Six Nations of the Grand River, ON Ironworking has been part of Aboriginal tradition for over a hundred years. The craft has been passed down from one generation to the next and is a source of pride for many Aboriginal families in Canada. Oral history tells that the first Aboriginal peoples to practise ironwork were the Mohawks of central and eastern Canada. In 1886, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) began construction on a bridge that would span the St. Lawrence River, connecting the Kahnawake Mohawk reserve to Montreal, Quebec. CPR hired men from Kahnawake to work on the bridge as labourers. But from the beginning, it was clear that the people of Kahnawake were suited to ironwork. As soon as construction was finished for the day, the Kahnawake labourers climbed the skeleton of the bridge and walked bravely across the high girders. Their grace, balance and agility did not go unnoticed. When management bec ...
As I said, my name is Bill Montour, and I'm the elected chief of the Six Nations of the Grand River. We are located in southwest Ontario, just west of Hamilton. Six Nations is the largest first nation in Canada, with a total population of over 22,000 citizens.
The dawn of 2013 is seeing one of the most exciting mobilizations for indigenous self-determination in recent history -- it’s a time when many are waking up and speaking out against the ongoing injustices committed against Indigenous peoples in the territory now called Canada. Since April of 2012, the Grand River Indigenous Solidarity (GRIS) Collective has been working within Kitchener-Waterloo and the Grand River watershed to support indigenous activists, protect the land, and help build a movement for decolonization across Turtle Island. We are very excited to contribute to the growing Idle No More movement, while continuing to support the efforts that have been our primary focus on since we started working together -- campaigns for criminalized Six Nations (Haudenosaunee) land defenders and the Oshkimaadziig Unity Camp. There is more work than ever to be done, and with this in mind, we invite you to consider joining the Collective and working with us to fight for a more just and har ...
The land north of Lake Erie was stolen from the Attawandaron (Neutrals). Then the King of France pretended to own it. Then the King of England stole it and made it part of Upper Canada. After the American Revolution, the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) moved from the Finger Lakes area to the Grand River. Many who stayed behind were murdered. Some of my ancestors were also refugees from Upstate New York at about that time. My compensation for this injustice is that I was born. Otherwise, my ancestors would not have met each other here. These thieves and their victims are all dead, so there is no way to return the land. The people who should have inherited the land were never born. Or, according to one interpretation of Quantum Physics, they were born in a branch of time where the theft did not happen, but we cannot see it because we were not born in that branch. However, land is still being stolen, in Palestine for example, and we should protest that. The racist "Indian" Act took children away from their famil ...
Born on the Six Nations of the Grand River, Mohawk Territory in Canada, guitarist/ singer/ songwriter Derek Miller is a journeyman musician with ec...
Six Nations Legacy Consortium in concert with assorted organizations on the Six Nations of the Grand River and...
This week's featured artist is Nathan Martin, age 18, from Six Nations of the Grand River. Check out his story!
Youth Lodge -Treatment Philosophy “My Home On Turtle Island” is a group home for First Nations youth operating on the Six Nations of the Grand River. With the support of the Board of Directors, the staff of the Lodge follow the philosophy of Choice Theory as written by Dr. William Glasser. It is our approach that to continue to focus on the behaviour of the youth and to attempt to change the behaviours through the use of external controls such as reward and punishment (consequences) is futile. In fact, behaviours are usually the symptom of the real problems which need to be addressed. In our home, we individualize each program for every youth. We will attempt to determine what the reason is for the less effective behaviours and to the best of our abilities, to provide learning situations where the youth can gain skills to more adequately meet their life’s ambitions. We set boundaries that provide safety and protection for all. Our program focus is to assist the youth to self *** and learn to inde .. ...
And to think I yell at the dog for drinking out of the toilet... From today's Cambridge Times -- Waterloo Region, Brantford and Six Nations territory take some or all of their drinking water from the Grand River. In addition, about 30 sewage treatment plants discharge treated effluent into the Grand River or its tributaries. Bottled water anyone :-)
Brock has recently persuaded the Six Nations of the Grand River to provide limited support to the British. 60 warriors travel to Ft. Malden.
Today scouting locations on Six Nations for dance film shoot for Sept. Looking for great setting on the bank of Grand River, interesting house/building, spot for a community dance...any suggestions?
The fourth-year journalism student moved to Toronto five years ago from Six Nations of the Grand River.
Opening worship included welcoming greetings from elder Leona Moses of Six Nations of Grand River Territory. 1/2 #
Wetlands or Waste Park? Six Nations, Southgate residents work to save headwaters of Grand River from...
wants to share this event with everyone! It is the one of the largest annual events at Six Nations of the Grand River! All are welcome, come out enjoy the day and meet new friends and long time no see friends and family!!
Samsung and Pattern today announced a historic partnership with Six Nations to build one of the world’s largest wind and solar projects in Haldima
First Indigenous winner Candace Sutherland...Metis from Manitoba raised more than $2,000,000.00 .she ran across Canada from Halifax 2010 to British Columbia, ran for poverty because her too went through poverty, so she fulfilled her belief that no child should do without .."be kind,don't sit and judge (you can't) unless you fit in their shoes or lived their life"...quotes Canadace Sutherland.First - First Anishnabek Ogima-Equay-First Women Chief of Six Nations of the Grand River, "Chief Roberta Jamieson" - Also receiving Aboriginal Award is 'Elder Spiritual Leader', with much Respect Dave Courchene.I can honestly say that I Love this man, for the man I know him to be.Sundance Chief Dave Courchene Sr. Thank you so much and all your helpers ... for being a very important part of my Healing Journey and A big Apchi-Meegwetch for the times you have Honoured the people of the Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation...by visiting with us and supporting us as a community in our Healing! To you Dave Courchene, the ...
Community Walk and Celebration for Peace, Respect and Friendship At 2 PM on Saturday, April 28, 2012 the Six Nations [Haudenosaunee] people of the Grand River territory and their allies will be holding a walk and rally for “Peace, Respect and Friendship.” The main focus of the event is to remind the Canadian people and the Canadian government that Six Nations land rights and treaties need to be respected.
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