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  • "Landfill Worker Defends New Disintegrator"
    "Landfill Worker Defends New Disintegrator"
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 7 May 2014, p.10     "Amidst rumours, doubts and misunderstandings regarding John Kearns' garbage disintegration unit at the Six Nations landfill, a Six Nations woman who has intimate knowledge of both the unit and the process speaks out in defense of the technology."
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 7 May 2014, p.10   "Amidst rumours, doubts and misunderstandings regarding John Kearns' garbage disintegration unit at the Six Nations landfill, a Six Nations woman who has intimate knowledge of both the unit and the ...
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  • "Lawyer Says Band Councils Can't Fight Bill C-10 Amendment"
    "Lawyer Says Band Councils Can't Fight Bill C-10 Amendment"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20     "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20   "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
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  • "Band Council's Negotiating Team Introduces Self"
    "Band Council's Negotiating Team Introduces Self"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.7     "Six Nations Band Council is seeking to educate the community on its consultation and accommodation process."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.7   "Six Nations Band Council is seeking to educate the community on its consultation and accommodation process."
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  • "NextEra Offers Confederacy $7.5 Million Deal, Band Got $8 Million"
    "NextEra Offers Confederacy $7.5 Million Deal, Band Got $8 Million"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.2     "Negotiations between NextEra and the Confederacy on the Summerhaven Wind Project are complete, with a 20-year, $7.5 million deal expected to be signed by the chiefs next month."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.2   "Negotiations between NextEra and the Confederacy on the Summerhaven Wind Project are complete, with a 20-year, $7.5 million deal expected to be signed by the chiefs next month."
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  • "Brant CAS 'Trespassing', SN Band Council Wants Them Gone"
    "Brant CAS 'Trespassing', SN Band Council Wants Them Gone"
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.18     "Six Nations Band council considers the Brant CAS trespassers and has threatened legal action to get the Ohsweken-based Native Services Branch (NSB) of the Children's Aid Society removed from Six Nations Territory."
    NewspaperPublication  Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 2 Apr 2014, p.18   "Six Nations Band council considers the Brant CAS trespassers and has threatened legal action to get the Ohsweken-based Native Services Branch (NSB) of the Children's Aid Society removed from Six ...
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  • "Six Nations Asking for Another School Board"
    "Six Nations Asking for Another School Board"
    NewspaperPublication  Alkerton, Karolin, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 9 Feb 1994, p.1, p.4     "Parents of I.L. Thomas Odadrihonyanita Home and School are not prepared to accept the conditions set out in the elected Council's Memorandum of Understanding which proposes to transfer the education of Six Nations students to the Six Nations Education Board."
    NewspaperPublication  Alkerton, Karolin, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 9 Feb 1994, p.1, p.4   "Parents of I.L. Thomas Odadrihonyanita Home and School are not prepared to accept the conditions set out in the elected Council's Memorandum of Understanding which proposes to transfer the education ...
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  • "Confederacy Council Report from March 1st"
    "Confederacy Council Report from March 1st"
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 5 Mar 2014, p.18     "The Haudenosaunee Development Institute delivered its March 1st report to the Confederacy Chiefs and Clan Mothers this past Saturday at the Onondaga Longhouse, at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. There were several items to report, beginning with an update on the Samsung wind energy project."
    NewspaperPublication  Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 5 Mar 2014, p.18   "The Haudenosaunee Development Institute delivered its March 1st report to the Confederacy Chiefs and Clan Mothers this past Saturday at the Onondaga Longhouse, at Six Nations of the Grand River ...
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  • "Women's Group Moving Head Office to Ohsweken"
    "Women's Group Moving Head Office to Ohsweken"
    Newspapermystery       "The Native Women`s Association of Canada, a national lobby group for native women, is moving its head office to Ohsweken."
    Newspapermystery     "The Native Women`s Association of Canada, a national lobby group for native women, is moving its head office to Ohsweken."
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  • "Six Nations Police Force to Increase"
    "Six Nations Police Force to Increase"
    Newspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 6 May 1992, p.1     This article details planned increases in the number of officers of the Six Nations Police resulting from an agreement between the Federal and Provincial governments and Six Nations.
    Newspaper  Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 6 May 1992, p.1   This article details planned increases in the number of officers of the Six Nations Police resulting from an agreement between the Federal and Provincial governments and Six Nations.
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