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An open letter to Friends and Allies

Dear Friends and Allies,

My name is Kanenhariyo. I am a Kanyenkehaka (Mohawk) man from the Tehana’karineh family of the Bear Clan. I am from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, but I currently reside at the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory (near Hamilton, Ontario) with my family. 995 more words

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The importance of free-to-air sport

Today marks the start of the 2015 Wimbledon tournament, a fortnight of the year where the whole country grips itself to Tennis. Everyone indulges themselves with strawberries and cream, whilst washing that down with a glass of Pimms. 527 more words

Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council statement on Bill C-10 and "Contraband" Tobacco

HCC NOTICE REGARDING BILL C-10

June 7, 2014

At a duly convened Council of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council. The Council passed the following statement; 305 more words

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Defend Kanenhariyo Indiegogo video now out

At long last, the Indiegogo video for the Kanenhariyo fundraising campaign is now available. Please watch the video above and make a contribution to the Kanenhariyo Defence Fund. 17 more words

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How to recycle

As the summer quickly approaches, there is no excuse to get outside, enjoy the fresh air and sort all the recycling that you may have been stockpiling over the winter. 467 more words

Waste Less

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Light and Stone by Nichole Louise

Philadelphia 1775. Quaker and midwife-in-training Haven Temple endures a life-changing event that prompts her to forsake her pacifist beliefs and disguise herself as a man to fight for American independence. 122 more words

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What is Six Nations Waste Less?

The Six Nations Waste Less project is a youth council initiative that will promote recycling and reducing waste in the community. In the upcoming weeks there will be a series of educational workshops, weekly community challenges, how-to articles and volunteers who are participating in an entire month of producing zero waste. 186 more words