LET’s TALK LAND
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.
That’s not all; given the prevalence of diabetes within Onkwehonwe communities, it is exciting to know that some microgreens are beneficial in reducing the stress that limits Cellular Glucose Uptake and allowing for optimal cellular absorption.
Allies of Onkwehonwe The grassroots group, “Allies of Onkwehonwe,” collaborates with minds and spirits that seek to raise awareness of environmental and Onkwehonwe issues. The group has members from both Six Nations and surrounding communities. Members have a passion for the environment and support the Kuswenta, and it is these two principles that are behind the…
The Lieutenant Governor has directed me to inform the deputations of chiefs from the Grand River that he has maturely considered their speech to him and particularly that important part of it which relates to the occupation of their lands by white people without authority.