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  • "Confederacy Chiefs Considering Guswenta Project"
    "Confederacy Chiefs Considering Guswenta Project"
    textnewspaper  Tully, Erin, "Confederacy Chiefs Considering Guswenta Project", Turtle Island News, 8 Apr 2009     "Representatives from Guswenta Developments went before the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council again on Saturday morning. Drew Hill and Brian Porter have made a number of appearances asking the Chiefs to support their proposed 800-megawatt power generating station."
    textnewspaper  Tully, Erin, "Confederacy Chiefs Considering Guswenta Project", Turtle Island News, 8 Apr 2009   "Representatives from Guswenta Developments went before the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council again on Saturday morning. Drew Hill and Brian Porter have made a number of appearances asking the Chiefs to ...
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  • VanEvery, Aislinn Makayla to VanEvery, Mike and VanEvery, Eden (Birth announcement)
    VanEvery, Aislinn Makayla to VanEvery, Mike and VanEvery, Eden (Birth announcement)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 5 Jul 1998    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 5 Jul 1998  
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  • White-Martin, Jacob Ashton to White, Tracy and Martin, Scott (Birth announcement)
    White-Martin, Jacob Ashton to White, Tracy and Martin, Scott (Birth announcement)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 19980711    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 19980711  
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  • Cooper, Wilson "John" (Obituary)
    Cooper, Wilson "John" (Obituary)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 19980714    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998, . Date of Event: 19980714  
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  • Joseph, Michael Daylin to Sylvia, Henhawk and Joseph, Michael (Birth announcement)
    Joseph, Michael Daylin to Sylvia, Henhawk and Joseph, Michael (Birth announcement)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998, . Date of Event: 19981014    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998, . Date of Event: 19981014  
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  • Hill, Elizabeth "Sammie" (Obituary)
    Hill, Elizabeth "Sammie" (Obituary)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998, . Date of Event: 19981025    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 28 Oct 1998, . Date of Event: 19981025  
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  • "Queen's Diamond Jubilee; New Medal Makes It To Publisher"
    "Queen's Diamond Jubilee; New Medal Makes It To Publisher"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Queen's Diamond Jubilee; New Medal Makes It To Publisher", Turtle Island News, Jun 2013     "Turtle Island News Publisher Lynda Powless has received a Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for her service to her community."
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Queen's Diamond Jubilee; New Medal Makes It To Publisher", Turtle Island News, Jun 2013   "Turtle Island News Publisher Lynda Powless has received a Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for her service to her community."
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  • "'Mush-Hole' Survivors Launch $900 Million Suit"
    "'Mush-Hole' Survivors Launch $900 Million Suit"
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "'Mush-Hole' Survivors Launch $900 Million Suit", Turtle Island News, 7 Oct 1998     "A $900 million law suit filed on behalf of a group of "Mushhole Survivors" Monday is one of the largest law suits ever filed in Canada on behalf of former aboriginal residential school students."
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "'Mush-Hole' Survivors Launch $900 Million Suit", Turtle Island News, 7 Oct 1998   "A $900 million law suit filed on behalf of a group of "Mushhole Survivors" Monday is one of the largest law suits ever filed in Canada on behalf of former ...
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  • "Band Council Stops INAC Move To Go Back Under Indian Act"
    "Band Council Stops INAC Move To Go Back Under Indian Act"
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Band Council Stops INAC Move To Go Back Under Indian Act", Turtle Island News, 7 Oct 1998     "Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) election officials say the Six Nations Band Council has asked not to be placed back under Indian Act election regulations despite claims by Chief Wellington Staats that INAC is to blame for holding up their request to return to the act."
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Band Council Stops INAC Move To Go Back Under Indian Act", Turtle Island News, 7 Oct 1998   "Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) election officials say the Six Nations Band Council has asked not to be placed back under Indian Act election regulations despite claims by Chief ...
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  • "Six Nations Celebrates Historic Ties to "Crown" with Victoria Day Bread and Cheese Celebration"
    "Six Nations Celebrates Historic Ties to "Crown" with Victoria Day Bread and Cheese Celebration"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Celebrates Historic Ties to "Crown" with Victoria Day Bread and Cheese Celebration", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014     "This year's Bread and Cheese Day celebrations saw some of the largest crowds ever, with thousands of people packing the Gaylord Powless Arena on Monday to receive their annual helping of fresh bakery bread and zesty chunks of cheddar cheese."
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Celebrates Historic Ties to "Crown" with Victoria Day Bread and Cheese Celebration", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014   "This year's Bread and Cheese Day celebrations saw some of the largest crowds ever, with thousands of people packing the Gaylord Powless Arena on Monday to receive their annual helping ...
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  • "National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10"
    "National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014     "A number of aboriginal leaders told a crowd of around 1,500 people on Parliament Hill Wednesday that the time for diplomacy is over when it comes to dealing with the federal government."
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "National Day of Resistance hits Ottawa, "no to Bill C-33, C-10", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014   "A number of aboriginal leaders told a crowd of around 1,500 people on Parliament Hill Wednesday that the time for diplomacy is over when it comes to dealing with the ...
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  • "Brant CAS Won't Take Little Girl Seeking Traditional Medicine"
    "Brant CAS Won't Take Little Girl Seeking Traditional Medicine"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Brant CAS Won't Take Little Girl Seeking Traditional Medicine", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014     "The Brant County Children's Aid Society (CAS) says it will not interfere with a decision by the parents of a New Credit girl to take her off chemotherapy and put her on "traditional medicine""
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Brant CAS Won't Take Little Girl Seeking Traditional Medicine", Turtle Island News, 21 May 2014   "The Brant County Children's Aid Society (CAS) says it will not interfere with a decision by the parents of a New Credit girl to take her off chemotherapy and put ...
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  • "Six Nations Band Council Negotiating Second Solar Deal"
    "Six Nations Band Council Negotiating Second Solar Deal"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Band Council Negotiating Second Solar Deal", Turtle Island News, 19 Dec 2012, Section Local     "Band Council is tackling another renewable energy project on 1701 Nanfan Treaty lands, this time with the hope of garnering the community $400,000 over the next 2 years."
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Band Council Negotiating Second Solar Deal", Turtle Island News, 19 Dec 2012, Section Local   "Band Council is tackling another renewable energy project on 1701 Nanfan Treaty lands, this time with the hope of garnering the community $400,000 over the next 2 years."
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  • "Kanata Mohawks Not Leaving in Spite of Mayor's Eviction Threat"
    "Kanata Mohawks Not Leaving in Spite of Mayor's Eviction Threat"
    textnewspaper  Jarrett, Chase, "Kanata Mohawks Not Leaving in Spite of Mayor's Eviction Threat", Turtle Island News, 19 Dec 2012, Section Local     "Mohawk Workers are prepared to stand their ground should Brantford police try to remove them from Kanata village, said Mohawk worker frontman Bill Squire."
    textnewspaper  Jarrett, Chase, "Kanata Mohawks Not Leaving in Spite of Mayor's Eviction Threat", Turtle Island News, 19 Dec 2012, Section Local   "Mohawk Workers are prepared to stand their ground should Brantford police try to remove them from Kanata village, said Mohawk worker frontman Bill Squire."
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  • "First Nations advocates use protests, legislation to maintain pressure on Harper"
    "First Nations advocates use protests, legislation to maintain pressure on Harper"
    textnewspaper  "First Nations advocates use protests, legislation to maintain pressure on Harper", Turtle Island News, 30 Jan 2013     "OTTAWA - For the second day in a row, the Harper government faced growing questions from opposition MPs on the living standards of First Nations people and the now worldwide Idle No More movement that has drawn global attention to Canada's treatment of First Nations."
    textnewspaper  "First Nations advocates use protests, legislation to maintain pressure on Harper", Turtle Island News, 30 Jan 2013   "OTTAWA - For the second day in a row, the Harper government faced growing questions from opposition MPs on the living standards of First Nations people and the now worldwide ...
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  • "Eagles Nest Occupation Trial Ends, Two Found Guilty - Called "Scapegoats""
    "Eagles Nest Occupation Trial Ends, Two Found Guilty - Called "Scapegoats""
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Eagles Nest Occupation Trial Ends, Two Found Guilty - Called "Scapegoats"", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998     "BRANTFORD - The three-year-old occupation of the Eagle's Nest business complex came to an end Monday when two local men were found guilty of mischief for the 1995 occupation of the offices of the Indian and Northern Affairs."
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Eagles Nest Occupation Trial Ends, Two Found Guilty - Called "Scapegoats"", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998   "BRANTFORD - The three-year-old occupation of the Eagle's Nest business complex came to an end Monday when two local men were found guilty of mischief for the 1995 occupation of ...
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  • "New Credit Residents Fight Council's Zoning Bylaw"
    "New Credit Residents Fight Council's Zoning Bylaw"
    textnewspaper  Lynda, Powless, "New Credit Residents Fight Council's Zoning Bylaw", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998     "NEW CREDIT - A group of about 30 local residents said they are willing to take their fight to dump a local zoning bylaw to the minister of Indian Affairs if New Credit Band Council does not hear their protest."
    textnewspaper  Lynda, Powless, "New Credit Residents Fight Council's Zoning Bylaw", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998   "NEW CREDIT - A group of about 30 local residents said they are willing to take their fight to dump a local zoning bylaw to the minister of Indian Affairs ...
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  • "Officers Believed Natives Would Attack Homes"
    "Officers Believed Natives Would Attack Homes"
    textnewspaper  "Officers Believed Natives Would Attack Homes", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998     "TORONTO (CP) - Some Ontario Provincial Police officers feared aboriginals would attack their homes and moved their families out after an officer killed a protester at Ipperwash Provincial Park, police records reveal."
    textnewspaper  "Officers Believed Natives Would Attack Homes", Turtle Island News, 15 Jul 1998   "TORONTO (CP) - Some Ontario Provincial Police officers feared aboriginals would attack their homes and moved their families out after an officer killed a protester at Ipperwash Provincial Park, police ...
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  • "Border Crossing is the Biggest in Years"
    "Border Crossing is the Biggest in Years"
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Border Crossing is the Biggest in Years", Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998     "NIAGARA FALLS N.Y. - For the first time in more than 70 years the annual Border Crossing celebrations with more than 100 marchers made its way across the Rainbow Bridge Saturday."
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Border Crossing is the Biggest in Years", Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998   "NIAGARA FALLS N.Y. - For the first time in more than 70 years the annual Border Crossing celebrations with more than 100 marchers made its way across the Rainbow Bridge ...
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  • "U.S. First Lady Visits Ganondagan"
    "U.S. First Lady Visits Ganondagan"
    textnewspaper  "U.S. First Lady Visits Ganondagan", Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998     "GANONDAGAN - U.S. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Rochester last Wednesday to mark the 150th anniversary of women's rights movement and visited three historic sites including the Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor."
    textnewspaper  "U.S. First Lady Visits Ganondagan", Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998   "GANONDAGAN - U.S. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Rochester last Wednesday to mark the 150th anniversary of women's rights movement and visited three historic sites including the Ganondagan ...
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