Ahead of a scheduled visit by José Francisco Calí Tzay, The UN indigenous rapporteur and Expert on Indigenous Rights, Kanyen’kehá:ka yakon:kwe Kimberly Murry submitted a report to his office. The Independent Special Interlocutor for Missing Children and Unmarked Graves and Burial Sites associated with Indian Residential School raised a red flag regarding a Canadian federal…
Let’s Talk Land: Arrowdale
LET’s TALK LAND
The Bonafide Oneidas of The Thames
One hundred eighty-two years ago, on October 9th, 1840, some 242 men, women and children set out on Canoes down the Erie Canal to Buffalo. Stepping off a Ferry in Port Stanley, they started to walk to their newly purchased land.
Old News: Act Threatens Extinction Of Indian People?
The article originally appeared in the Ottawa Citizen in 1951. A three-man delegation from the Six Nation Indian reservation near Brantford warned here yesterday that the passage of the Indian Act in its present revised form would threaten the Indian people with extinction In two years. They said If the act became law, the Indians…
Mohawks Revealing Their Hidden History
Jason Arbour summarizes the hidden history of Kana:tso. A Mohawk Village that Canada tried to erase.
The Family Home on Reserves and Matrimonial Rights and Interest Act!
“Laws are not tested before application; they do not bear witness to reality until they are already enforced and already causing harm”