Chronological

Dec 31 - CHCH6: Gary McHale's Bail Hearing Ruling

Dec 1, 2007 Smoke Shop Protest and Assaults (Updated Dec. 29)

Dec 28 - Globe: Algonquins on Quebec reserve close school

Dec 21 - Court rules against Ontario Goverment in regarding one step in the Class Action Lawsuit

Nov 30 - Edwards Landfill Injunction Court Case

Nov 30 - Edwards Landfill - Court Order Injunction Papers

Dec 28 - Sachem: Toby , come on down

Dec 28 - Sachem: Caledonia is no Ipperwash

Dec 28 - Expositor: A reluctant newsmaker; Developer Quattrociocchi's clash with native protesters made headlines

Dec 27 - Expositor: Giving the park to natives is the right thing to do

Dec 24 - Chronicle: Ipperwash park transfer deal raises concerns in Haldimand; Council expects consultation promises to be honoured

Dec 24 - Journal: Lakota group secedes from U.S.

Dec 22 - Spectator: Bryant motivated to succeed in ministry

Dec 20 - McGuinty's Government – Corruption at its Best

Dec 20 - CTV: Ontario returning Ipperwash park to natives

Dec 20 - CTV News: Lisa LaFlamme on a historic settlement 2:25

Dec 20 - CTV Toronto: Paul Bliss explains what the co-management deal means 2:19

Dec 20 - CTV Newsnet: Sam George, brother of Dudley George 2:15

Dec 20 - CTV Newsnet: Julian Falconer, Aboriginal Legal Services 3:02

Dec 20 - CTV Newsnet: Sam George, Michael Bryant speak at Queen's Park 4:32

Dec 14 - Who cares about Cancer Patients?

Dec 10 - Fantino to meet with Haldimand Police Services Board

Dec 10 - Michael Bryant: Ontario deserves fair inquiry into violence against residents

Dec 12 - Tilsonburg: Finley not impressed by flue convoy

Dec 10 - Expositor: A convoy of desperation

Dec 8 - Expositor: Fantino's fury selective

Dec 8 - Whig: Canada's cruel treatment of residential school survivors

Dec 8 - Expositor: Six Nations plays role in tobacco protest

Dec 7 - Spectator: Native negotiators want land, not just money

Dec 7 - CP: The Manitoba Metis Federation loses massive land claim case

Dec 7 - CTV: Court dismisses Metis land claim worth billions

Dec 7 - FrontenacNews: Mediation starts slowly in uranium dispute

Dec 6 - OPP: OPP Lay Charges in Weekend Disturbance

Dec 6 - CBC: Oromocto reaches debt payment agreement with First Nation

Nov 29 - CBC: Officials to meet over $450,000 Oromocto First Nation debt

Nov 29 - CBC: N.B. town threatens to cut off services to First Nation

Nov. 27: Hewitt's Letter to Bryant regarding HDI & Caledonia

Nov 29 - Spectator: Land-claim negotiator: possible need for Plan B

Nov 29 - Expositor: Builder fails to get native OK to resume his project

Nov 28 - CP: New federal legislation won't address Ontario's native land claims: Minister

Nov 27 - CBC: Medical clinic planned for newly opened urban reserve

Nov 28 - Citizen: Police seize 1.7 million contraband cigarettes

Nov 28 - Whig: Mine protester's plea doesn't sway premier; McGuinty says hunger strike by Sharbot Lake site opponent endangering her health

Nov 28 - Chronicle: Bryant seeks creative solutions; County to renew relationship with Six Nations people

Nov 21 - Chronicle: Accounting requested for Six Nations losses in Moulton; FEDERAL REP SAYS LAND WAS SURRENDERED BUT OUTSTANDING MORTGAGE PAYMENTS DUE

Nov 28 - Expositor: Natives plan new round of protests; 'We heard some Brantford developers were laughing at us'

Nov 28 - Expositor: Misguided protest

Nov 28 - Expositor: Third option is necessary

Nov 28 - How Much More Will McGinty Give In To Terrorists?

Nov 27 - Hate Crimes - What Are They?

Nov 27 - OPP fear Flemming

Nov 27 - Native protesters again shut down Mike Q’s project

Nov 27 - Insect Eggs and Human Feces Found in Contraband Cigarettes

Nov 26 - No sense, no pain

Nov 19 - Caledonia resident - "It sucks"

Nov 8 - Cultural disparity and the rule of law

Nov 19 - So - What's Next?

Nov 6 - Punishment for Voting Conservative in the Provincial Election

Nov 24 - AP: Akwesasne busiest spot for cigarette smuggling

Nov 27 - Expositor: Native protesters again shut down Mike Q's project

Nov 21 - Sun: Natives sold bear bladders: Officer

Nov 27 - Globe: B.C. natives question land-claim plan

Nov 27 - CBC: Auditor to discuss Nunavut Business Credit Corp. report

Nov 27 - CBC: N.B. town threatens to cut off services to First Nation

Nov 26 - Public Notice: Cessation of Municipal Services to OFN

Nov 26 - CP: Caledonia residents call on province to end land-claims dispute

Nov 27 - Canada: Native affairs minister meets disgruntled Caledonia residents

Nov 27 - Canada: Minister says Caledonia protesters will not be forcibly moved

Nov 27 - Globe: Ipperwash lessons apply in Caledonia: Bryant

Nov 27 - Expositor: MP asked for help on smoke shop dispute

Nov 27 - Spectator: Bryant to Caledonia: No forced removals

Nov 26 - Toby Barrett outside of Bryant's Meeting

Nov 26 - Bryant Speaks to Crowd oustide

Nov 26 - Residents attempt to enter Arena

Nov 26 - CTV: Bryant won't forcibly end occupation in Caledonia

Nov 26 - Spectator: Bryant resists call to remove natives from Caledonia protest site

Nov 26 - Haldimand "We need Local Homegrown Solutions"

Nov 26 - Bryant visits Caledonia, runs from public

Nov 25 - OPP try to run over resident

Nov 26 - CP: Native land claims legislation aims to clear backlog, ease tensions

Nov 26 - CP: Canada loses billions because almost half natives don't graduate high school

Nov 26 - CBC: West-side hydro line 'ridiculous,' says Manitoba MP

Oct 31 - CBC: Northern Man. chiefs call for vote on hydro transmission line

Nov 25 - TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE UPSET PAYING SIX NATIONS

Nov 24 - CBC: Metro Vancouver board opposes transfer of land from Pacific Spirit park

Nov 23 - CBC: Metis Nation of Sask. upset Crown to appeal fishing case

Nov 23 - CP: Aboriginal hangings 143 years ago sour some B.C. natives on treaty negotiations

Nov 23 - Reformer: Norfolk properties bargaining chips for native talks

Nov 22 - Frontenac: Donna Dillman Rebuffed by McGuinty's Office

Nov 21 - Chronicle: County and Six Nations residents prevent garbage deliveries; United over fast tracked government approvals

Nov 21 - National: First Nation ruling could send ‘ripples’ through treaty deals

Nov 18 - OPP used McHale as guinea pig for failed experiment

Nov 18 - Fantino building a strong relationship with criminals

Nov 14 - Haldimand "We need to Show the Government the Strength of the People "

Nov 9 - Haldimand "Maybe it is Time for Us to Stop Our Protesting"

Nov 8 - CBC: Controversial plan to hand over UBC golf course finalized

Nov 8 - Sachem: DCE building burns down

Nov 7 - Chronicle: Court decision can mean billions to Six Nations

Nov 1 - HDI - the Native scam (UPDATED)

Oct 27 - Sachem: New licence bureau set to open in Caledonia

University of Waterloo & Caledonia

Nov 13 - VoC, CWUC speak at University of Waterloo

Nov 13 - VoC interviewed for graduate journalism project

Fantino has a History as a Bully - RCMP officer, Toronto Cops, Councilor Grice, Dave Hartless, Mayor Trainer, Gary McHale and YOU are NEXT

last updated: Nov. 15, 2007

Nov 8 - Let’s remember Jack tomorrow

Nov 8 - History comes to Hamilton: “No one was left to speak for me.”

Nov 12 -Haldimand "We need to Show the Government the Strength of the People "

Nov 14 -CHTV: Report on Businesses in Caledonia

Nov 8 - Keystone Cops, Fatuous Fantino, A-Rod to Dunnville

Nov 8 - History comes to Hamilton: “No one was left to speak for me.”

Nov 8 - Fantino McHale Gualtieri and High Treason?

Nov 8 - Fantino - “$500 Thousand” to suppress your rights

Nov 8 - Spectator: Fantino Takes Aim

Nov 6 - Spectator: Firebomb destroys Six Nations “embassy” at protest site

Nov 6 - Spectator: Norfolk mayor incensed over land freeze

Nov 6 - Spectator: Two area men charged in tobacco bust

Nov 5 - CBC: Strahl, Yukon leaders agree to further land claims talks

Nov 5 - CBC: Road blockade down; First Nation meets with Manitoba gov't

Nov 5 - CBC: Coming verdict in B.C. land-claims case may spark more court action

Nov 3 - Spectator: Native activist granted bail a third time

Nov 3 - Spectator: Teens gambling on cheap smokes

Nov 2 - Sun: As if residential school horrors weren't enough, now Ottawa's hurting Sandy Campeau by making him wait for compensation

Nov 2 - Whig: Study shows 25 per cent of high-schoolers smoke contraband cigs

Nov 1 - CP: Meeting of First Nations youth highlights importance of education, culture

Nov 1 - CBC: Ottawa making progress on Inuvialuit land claim: official

Nov 1 - Whig: First Nations village unearthed; Discovery comes as city develops a plan to deal with such findings

Oct 31 - CBC: Aboriginal affairs minister says he'll go to Caledonia

Oct 31 - Whig: RCMP target smoke shipments

Oct 31 - Spectator: Native activist granted bail

Oct 31 - Spectator: Bryant returns to native affairs

Oct 31 - Whig: Health unit joins anti-contraband crusade; Coalition to ask provincial, federal governments to take action on illegal cigarette trade

Oct 30 - CP: Federal government has ignored responsibilities under Inuit land deal

Oct 30 - Spectator: Bryant 'raring to go' on native file

Oct 29 - CTV: Flaherty ignores advice on black-market cigarettes

Oct 29 - Spectator: Grits move to quell native tensions affairs

Oct 23 - Expositor: Protests cost job opportunities for natives, too

Oct 23 - Expositor: Tension remains at disputed site; Gates to Sharbot Lake prospecting site locked;; company calls for action

Oct 23 - Expositor: Finally, Ontario makes statement on HDI permits

Oct 23 - Expositor: Cost of getting deed to lands could be higher

Oct 23 - Spectator: Six Nations seeks to shut down 'lawless' smoke shop operators

Oct 23 - McGill: Mohawk faces 12 years in jail for CN protest

Oct 22 - CBC: Developer says Yukon court fight stalling land application

Oct 22 - CBC: West Coast First Nations vote to accept new treaty

Oct 16 - New Zealand: Crown claims activist declared war on NZ

Oct 21 - Video of Evading OPP

Oct 21 - Fax to Fantino regarding this event

Oct 14 - OPP slow to respond to ATTEMPTED MURDER in Caledonia

Oct 14 - However you feel about Gary McHale...:

Oct 22 - Expositor: A dispute escalates

Oct 22 - Spectator: Caledonia man peddles from truck

Oct 20 - Sun: Tory agenda should excite aboriginals

Oct 20 - Whig: Mining company, natives reach truce; Move follows promise from government to discuss land claim with Algonquins

Oct 20 - Globe: Natives block construction to protest claim

Oct 20 - Spectator: Law and order, leadership and action

Oct 20 - Expositor: Natives protest city site; 'Development must stop on our land'

Oct 19 - CHML: Interview with Developer John Kragten of Caledonia

Oct 19 - CHCHnews: Brantford Development Stopped

Oct 19 - CBC: Costs of power line route will rise: Hydro CEO

Oct 19 - CBC: Ontario Algonquins suspend uranium site occupation

Oct 19 - CBC: Six Nations protest at Brantford building site

Oct 19 - CBC: Landlord fined over First Nations comments

Oct 17 - Chronicle: Land rights letter riles up council

Oct 17 - Chronicle: Liberal candidate is unsure about future

Sep 27 - CBC: Critics raise eyebrows at extra cost of western Manitoba Hydro line

Nov 26/04 - CBC: Drawing the Line

Oct 19 - Spectator: Developer calls for more protection

Oct 19 - Spectator: Natives' threat is retrogressive

Oct 18 - Haldimand "The Government Speaks"

Oct 18 - CBC: Government to ferry cottagers around native blockade

Oct 18 - CHML: Interview with Aaron Detlor of HDI

Oct 18 - CHML: Comments and Callers regarding HDI

Oct 18 - Haldimand "The Government Speaks"

Oct 18 - Spectator: Ontario rejects authority of native institute

Oct 17 - Haldimand "Are we Left to Fend for Ourselves?"

Oct 17 - Spectator: Ontario rejects authority of Six Nations development institute

Oct 15 - Spectator: The Consultant

Oct 15 - Spectator: Prevent the crisis

Oct 13 - Spectator: Native protester's lawyer using obscure treaty to derail CH case

Oct 12 - Journal: Huge land claim settled in principle

Oct 10 - Record: Land titles under review

Oct 11 - Sachem: Sam Gualtieri recovering at home, "slow going"

Oct 11 - Sachem: Six Nations say Canada is disregarding laws

Oct 11 - Sachem: ‘Remember Us’ march leads to one arrest

Oct 10 - Regional: 'Remember Us' March - Comment by Bill Jackson

Oct 10 - Regional: Rally not anti-native

Oct 10 - Regional: Things worse not better say marchers

Oct 10 - Regional: Politics, policy play a big role in March

Oct 10 - Chronicle: Police prevent flag hanging; Individuals reach out

Oct 4 - MP.Cummins: Statement on the Tsawwassen Treaty

Oct 10 - Whig: Deal to end blockade collapses

Oct 10 - CP: Aboriginal families caught in red tape still stuck in mouldy, flood-prone homes

Oct 10 - Chronicle: Six Nations put municipalities, developers on notice; Letter seeks return of lands, consultation

Oct 10 - Post: Nisga'a elders can challenge treaty

Oct 9 - CP: B.C. Court of Appeal reinstates challenge to historic Nisga'a treaty

Oct 9 - CP: First Nation wants apology from mining CEO amid vitriol over Kemess rejection

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Oct 5: Interview: $12 Million dollar Lawsuit

McGuinty Disagrees with the United Nations

Oct. 1 - Frontenac Ventures Corp. Granted Interlocutory Injunction Regarding Sharbot Lake Uranium Camp

Sept 28 - New Photos of Sam Gualtier

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Joe Gualtieri Interview

Gary McHale Interview

Oct 4 - FreePress: Tory says premier living in bubble

Oct 4 - Globe: Police liable for inadequate work, Supreme Court rules

Oct 4 - Globe: Still hooked by the fight for a race-free B.C. fishery

Oct. 2 - Alliance Estimates $290 Million Price Tag on Caledonia

Oct. 1 - Frontenac Ventures Corp. Granted Interlocutory Injunction Regarding Sharbot Lake Uranium Camp

Oct 1 - Record: Hwy 7 plans could face Six Nations oppostion

Oct 1 - Mercury: Words may come back to haunt

Oct 1 - Expositor: No new deal between Six Nations, developers

Sept 30 - The things Mario and Dalton don't want you to know

Sept 29 - Expositor: Land permits will avoid conflicts

Sept 29 - Spectator: Fugitive faces charges in Caledonia hijacking

Sept 29 - Spectator: Judge releases 15-year-old on bail

Sept 29 - Sun: Some protesters have turned the Maple Leaf on its head to get their message out. The only message being received is one of disrespect

Sept 28 - Spectator: Native teen protester released on $5,000 bail

Sept 28 - Please Remember Caledonia

Sept 28 - CBC: Algonquins canoe to Ottawa to demand uranium moratorium

Sept 28 - CNews: 2 tiers 1 tier too many, says Tory

Sept 28 - Star: McGuinty flip-flops on senior rebates

Sept 28 - StoneyCreek: Candidates clash over Caledonia

Sept 28 - Ancaster: Police board planning to study possible Haldimand expansion

Sept 27 - Hollow Water: Leadership Wanted

Sept 27 - Whig: Brant's lawyer decries court security

Sept 27 - Sachem: Gualtieri recovering; still months away from working

Sept 23 - Abandoned in Canada's Beirut - Bumped with big update!

Sept 25 - Confederacy to launch information campaign

Sept 28 - Whig: Security tight for Brant trial

Sept 28 - Whig: Mine protesters take fight to Ottawa

Sept 28 - Whig: Politicians steer away from Aboriginal issues

Sept 28 - Expositor: Federal parties pass the buck

Sept 27 - MNN: Suckered by Politicians & Lawyers - How the Confederacy west off the Rails and Forgot to Consult the People

Sept 28 - Spectator: Builders told to hand over 'jurisdiction'

Sept 28 - Sun: Arrest in '06 Caledonia incident

Sept 27 - Spectator: Man, youth arrested in Caledonia violence

Sept 27 - CBC: Opposition calls for crackdown on native road blockade

Sept 27 - Spectator: Native land ownership is the issue, not development

Sept 27 - CBC: Alexco reaches pact with Yukon First Nation

Sept 27 - Citizen: Ignoring Caledonia will not make things right

Sept 27 - Star: Legal hammers, human nails

Sept 27 - Sun: Band won't back down

Sept 27 - Expositor: Candidates spar over Caledonia

Sept 26 - Sun: Cottagers' dilemma

David Crombie & Haldimand Council
Sept 25 - Introduction
Sept 25 - Craig Grice
Sept 25 - Lorne Boyko
Sept 25 - Buck Sloat
Sept 25 - Media Interview

Sept 26 - Spectator: 'Sense of urgency' for Crombie

Sept 25 - Whig: Mine site proceeding begins; Company wants protesters removed from Sharbot Lake site

Sept 25 - CBC: Power line won't cut through eastern Manitoba: Hydro

Sept 25 - CP: Crombie promises to help resolve Caledonia situation

Sept 25 - FreePress: Caledonia -- we don't need any more laws

Sept 25 - Alliance: Alliance says "Caledonia, Ontario Deserves Better!"

Sept 25 - Expositor: Confederacy starts to show some signs of common sense

Sept 25 - Expositor: Family caught in middle of Caledonia land dispute; 'I just want my life back'

Sept 25 - Whig: Mine site proceeding begins; Company wants protesters removed from Sharbot Lake site

Sept 25 - Spectator: Moving the agenda forward

Sept 25 - Spectator: Caledonia protester denied bail on unrelated charges

Sept 24 - Expositor: Canada model for apartheid

Sept 24 - Spectator: PM inept about restoring harmony in Caledonia

Sept 24 - Spectator: Haldimand mayor supports PCs

Sept 24 - Spectator: Is violence the work of a splinter group?

Sept 24 - Spectator: Enforce 'rule of law': residents

Sept 24 - AM640: Interview with Dave & Dana

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Sept 23 - Star: Tory vows to fast-track nuke plants

Sept 22 - Examiner: Green, NDP support blockade; Candidates weigh in on First Nation protest outside of political riding

Sept 22 - FreePress: Hollow Water blockade rammed

Sept 20 - MNN: What Gives? Chiefs, Clan Mothers & Developer Order Arrest of Six Nations Defenders for "Mis-Chief" - MNN Special

Sept 22 - Spectator: Six Nations letter a 'signal' to talk

Sept 20 - Agenda: Caledonia Not Debated

Sept 21 - Spectator: Signs of hope

Sept 21 - Expositor: It's good to see OPP take action

Sept 21 - Spectator: Electoral system proposal raises cost of governing

Sept 20 - Star: McGuinty barely standing after debate

Sept 21 - Spectator: OPP probing earlier cases in Caledonia

Sept 21 - Caledonia Shrouded in Silence

Sept 20 - Sachem: Protesters take over development

Sept 20 - Sachem: Gualteiri hospitalized

Sept 20 - Spare us the crocodile tears

Sept 20 - NEWS RELEASE: Greg Sorbara comments re Caledonia & Ipperwash Inquiry called “shameful”

Sept 20 - CBC: Trio sought in Caledonia beating

Sept 20 - Newsweb: Mr. Kittle Goes to Ottawa

Sept 20 - Newsweb: Algonquins Accept Court Summons

Sept 20 - Newsweb: Counter Suit Filed: Ardoch & Shabot Lake Algonguins seek $10 million from Frontenac Ventures, 1.3 Million from Province

Sept 20 - Newsweb: North Frontenac Takes Stand on Uranium Mining

Sept 20 - CHCH noon: Cayagu Report & Native Report of 5 attacking 3 YOUNG CHILDREN

Sept 19 - CHCH 6 pm: Full Update OPP Raid

Sept 20 - Suspects Sought in Aggravated Assault - 3 Warrents Issued

Sept 20 - List of who was arrested - Where are the Youth we heard about?

Sept 20 - Chronicle: Six Nations band council wants development stopped; Dunnville TSC store targeted

Sept 20 - Whig: Protesters file $10M suit; First Nations groups also seek $1 billion from Ontario

Sept 19 - What has been happening here on Six Nations?

Sept 20 - Star: Police clear protesters from Caledonia site

Sept 20 - Expositor: Police arrest nine at native protest site in Caledonia

Sept 20 - CBC: Arrests made at Caledonia protest site

Sept 20 - 680News: Officers remain on-site in Caledonia

Sept 20 - Globe: Nine native protesters arrested in Caledonia dispute

Sept 19 - Reformer: Vacuum at the top

Sept 16 - Caledonia May Bite McGuinty in the Hind-quarters …

Sept 19 - Is suffering of innocent people worth covering up so Dalton can have 4 more years?

Sept 19 - Who’s in charge - Six Nations Confederacy or Julian Fantino?

Sept 19 - CBC: 9 protesters arrested at Caledonia subdivision

Sept 19 - AM770: Alberta Interview regarding Caledonia

Sept 19 - Spectator: OPP: Caledonia arrests unrelated to assault on developer

Sept 19 - Caledonia: Metastatic Growth

Sept 19 - Is suffering of innocent people worth covering up so Dalton can have 4 more years?

Sept 19 - City: 18 Protestors Arrested In Caledonia

Sept 19 - Protestors Face Criminal Charges

Sept 19 - Bulletin: RCMP lead OPP arrest of 13 natives during crisis at Stirling Street development in Caledonia

Sept 18 - FreePress: A vote for McGuinty is a vote for anarchy

Sept 18 - Confederacy says feds and province move regretful

Sept 18 - Supreme Court: “NO duty to consult or accommodate Aboriginal concerns”

Sept 17 - Haldimand "My Chat with Lorraine Bergstrand"

Sept 18 - CHCH 6 pm: Native Protesters confront McGuinty

Sept 17 - CHCH 11 pm: Full Update on Caledonia

Sept 17 - CHCH 6 pm: Internet Hate against Gualtieri Family

Sept 18 - CHCH 6 pm: OPP get warrent to get CHCH videos

Sept 18 - CHCH 6 pm: Brantford Update

Sept 18 - CHCH 6 pm: Brantford - Resident confronts builder

Sept 18 - CHCH 6 pm: Sam Update and March on Oct. 8th

Sept 17 - CHCH 6 pm: Caledonia and HDI

Sept 19 - Globe: Ontario suspends Caledonia land talks

Sept 19 - Expositor: Builder can go ahead for now; Chiefs rein in protests while government considers proposal to help settle land claims dispute

Sept 19 - Expositor: Land claims are important to you

Sept 19 - Expositor: All quiet at Mike Q.'s

Sept 18 - CBC: Developer says he has deal to resume construction in Caledonia

Sept 18 - Statement from Canada's Representatives in Six Nations talks

Sept 18 - Government Negotiators Respond to Last Week's Events in Caledonia

Sep 18 - CHML: Kragten regarding Stirling Woods

Sept. 18 - Joe Gualtieri: Complete Update of Sam's condition

Sept. 18 - Joe Gualtieri: Please Join 'Remember Us' March

Sept. 18 - AChannel: Caledonia Update

Sept 18 - Globe: Native protesters ignoring agreement, builder says

Sept 18 - Expositor: Apartheid was based on our reserve system

Sept 18 - Expositor: 'We are forging ahead at all costs'

Sept 17 - Post: Cowering on Caledonia

Sept 18 - Spectator: Caledonia crisis is not ours to fix, Liberals say

Sept 18 - Spectator: Natives, developer hammer out a deal

Sept 17 - Ontario Regional Chief Angus Toulouse responds to incident at the Stirling South Development site

Sept 18 - Haldimand "My Day with Toby Barrett"

Sept 12 - Haldimand "McGuinty vs Tory"

Sep 17 - CHML: Scott Thomson - Merlyn and McHale

Sep 17 - AM640: Mayor Trainer/Gary McHale

Sep 14 - CHML: Scott Thomson - 'Native Mafia'

Sep 17 - Liberals Threaten Media - Who is Ben Chin

Sept 17 - Spectator: David Crombie appointed to 'hear Caledonia's pain'

Sept 17 - Whig: 'They're looking for confrontation'

Sept 17 - Expositor: Tory must be specific

Supreme Court Rules against Native Group in Pickering - Native man calls for 'War' against Pickering Residents - 70,000 resident community - 35,000 jobs

Sept 15 - CHCH TV not only victim of McGuinty intimidation

Sept 14 - Record: Watershed in good shape

Sept 14 - Record: Premier wants land claims 'peace'

Sept 14 - Expositor: Occupying the agenda

Sept 14 - Expositor: Time to get rid of outdated reserve system

Sept 13 - Record: Six Nations to issue building permits

Sept 13 - Record: Land dispute needs leadership

Sept 13 - Expositor: Official blasted for saying developers on their own [Truth has no place during an Election]

Sept 13 - Expositor: City can't comply with protocol: mayor; Municipalities must follow Ontario laws in granting permits to developers

Sept 13 - Spectator: McGuinty warns Hamilton will lose if Conservatives win

Sept 13 - Expositor: Faceoff with McGuinty; Premier: 'As much as I can'

Sept 12 - Provoking violence in Caledonia

A local developer is accusing the Six Nations Confederacy of "extortion"
Sept 12 - Expositor: Local builder balks at payment

Sept 12 - Extortion: McGuinty Fails Big Time

Sept 12 - Record: New Six Nations plan addresses Grand River development

Sept 12 - Globe: Six Nations development fee refused

Sept 11 - McHale’s letter to Brantford

Sept 12 - Spectator: Ontario won't help developers stop natives

Sept 12 - Expositor: Expositor: Local builder balks at payment

Sept 12 - Expositor: Confederacy's rules; Traditional Six Nations government exercises 'jurisdiction over the land'

Sept 12 - Expositor: General wants to be Six Nations chief again

Sept 10 - Six Nations Press Release regarding Brantford Development

Aug 29 - Rightside Interview regarding Rapes and current issues on DCE

Sept 11 - Expositor: Agreement seems well out of reach

Sept 9 - Expositor: Strife moves to Hancock's backyard

Sept 9 - DCE tapes finally revealed

Sept 9 - MNN: OPP "Losse Cannons" at Sharbot Lake - Bizarre and Strange Happenings!

Sept 9 - CP: Ontario to enter into forestry discussions with Grassy Narrows First Nation

Sept 7 - MNN: The 'Split em up' Strategy at Sharbot Lake – Why we’re wary of outside “help”. We’ve been burnt before.

Sept 5 - New businesses have sprung up on Highway 6

Sept 8 - Haldimand "Meet Toby Barrett and John Tory"

Sept 8 - FreePress: Peguis voting on $64.4 milllion land claim deal

Sept 8 - Audio recordings reveal OPP hid DCE dangers from public - Part 2

Sept 7 - John Tory and Toby Barrett speak out on landclaim lawlessness

Sept 8 - Expositor: City can't act on building protest; It's up to police, other gov't: Mayor

Sept 8 - Whig: Government, protesters to meet; Talks will be the first since mine blockade began in late June

Sept 8 - Whig: Whig misunderstands aboriginal rights

Sept 8 - Whig: Mine a 'national problem'; Green party leader to speak on behalf of opponents

Sept 6 - Whig: Aboriginal protesters are really upholding the law

Sept 4 - Whig: Aboriginals and anarchy

Sept 7 - Expositor: Why didn't police stop protesters?

Sept 7 - Expositor: Mayor's comments sound hollow

Sept 7 - Spectator: Natives warn OPP of local 'repercussions'

Sept 2 - With Chief Terrance Nelson it's all about the colour of your skin

Sept 2 - Sun: Answer questions, Chief

Sept 7 - Expositor: Tory wants 'friendly but firm' chat with natives over protests

Sept 7 - Whig: One law for all: Tory; Conservative decries aboriginal blockade

Sept 7 - Expositor: Different view on land's ownership

Sept 6 - SixNations: Halt to all development on crown lands within the Haldimand Tract

Sept 6 - Whig: Province 'can't ride roughshod over' native issues: chief; Political leaders discuss strategies as election looms

Sept 5 - CP: Occupations and barricades mean politicians can't ignore native issues: Chiefs

Sept 5 - Haldimand "Forensic Audit"

Sept 5 - Expositor: Developer not alone

Sept 5 - MNN: Old Colonial Trick Dragged out Again - Far Right Tries to take over Sharbot Lake Agenda

Sept 5 - Regional: Car hit by paintball off bridge

Sept 5 - Regional: Resident & Business Owner moves away

Sept 5 - Chronicle: Duck and run campaign targets provincial hopefuls

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Sept 4 - Spectator: Native protest stalls Brantford project

Sept 5 - CHML: Interview with Builder in Brantford - another Builder GIVES IN

Sept 4 - Expositor: Protesters stall development; warn that city is on 'collision course' with Six Nations

Sept 4 - Whig: Aboriginals and anarchy

Sept 4 - Expositor: Developer frustrated after meeting with natives; Housing project stalled over land dispute

Sept 4 - Expositor: Building site isn't subject to claim

Sept 4 - Expositor: Building anxiety

Sep 3 - Fantino opens mouth – exposes more 2 Tiered Justice

Sep 2 - What Price Democracy?

Sep 2 - Surely Ms. K. Horn can do better than to spew HATE

Sep 2 - Priced Out of Democracy

Sep 1 - Weather or Not, Steve’s been Got

Sep 1 - Star: Haven't we been here, done this?

Sep 1 - Whig: Mine protesters spurn injunction

Aug 31 - CBC: Arrests loom at uranium site after court injunction served

Aug 31 - Justice Double Standard - Greenpeace Busted While Natives Go Free

Aug 31 - TWO TIER Justice in PICTURES

Aug 31 - Sun: Greenpeace may have had honourable intentions, but blocking a Lake Erie coal ship was 'dangerous and despicable,' OPP boss says

Aug 31 - Fantino takes Two Tier to New Levels

Aug 31 - Yo Fantino! What Ya Been Smokin Man?

Aug 31 - Earth to Fantino… Earth to Monte… Earth to McGuinty…

Aug 31 - 2 Tiers of Logic – Greenpeace arrested while Terrorist Freed

Aug 31 - Citizen: Uranium mine protesters use drums, voices to drown out words of injunction

Aug 31 - Tribune: Greenpeace blocks ship; protesters board the algoma central corp. vessel algomarine 24 kilometres off shore of nanticoke generating station, three arrested by police

Aug 31 - Citizen: Echoes of the past

Aug 31 - Star: 3 Greenpeace members held in Lake Erie stunt

Aug 31 - Whig: Tax revolt brewing; Mine's neighbours withholding property dues

Aug 31 - Expositor: Builder hopes to avoid land claim dispute; May continue work on housing even without resolution with natives

Aug 31 - Justice Double Standard - Greenpeace Busted While Natives Go Free

Aug 31 - Whig: Activist granted bail; Shawn Brant led Aboriginal protests

Aug 31 - Intelligencer: Conspiracies and plots are keeping Brant, natives down



Aug 28 - CTV: Greenpeace ice-breaker sailing to Toronto

Aug 30 - CP: Supreme Court agrees to intervene in bitter native resource dispute

Aug 30 - Globe: Governments urged to end native blockade

Aug 30 - Intelligencer: Fantino testifies at Brant hearing

Aug 30 - Expositor: Natives protest building project

Aug 30 - Expositor: Local developer halts project after native groups protest

Aug 29 - CBC: Fentie to fight First Nation land ruling

Aug 29 - CBC: Shawn Brant is no political prisoner

Aug 29 - Chronicle: Petition demands forensic audit of county; Minister of Municipal affairs will have final say

Aug 23 - Haldimand "Together we can Open Doors"

Aug 29 - Chronicle: Contact First Nations first priority says committee chair; Feel the move is long overdue

Aug 29 - Whig: OPP hesitates after judge's ruling; Police take no immediate action on uranium mine blockade

Aug 29 - CP: Canada regrets South Korean handling of Afghan hostage crisis

Aug 28 - Whig: Security tight as inquiry opens; Mohawk activist Shawn Brant accused of mischief, breaching bail

Aug 28 - Whig: Algonquins ordered off mine property; Allow company onto uranium site, judge rules in interim injunction

Aug 28 - CP: Canada says seniors and registered aboriginals shouldn't need passports

Aug 28 - CP: Another native protest gathers steam

Aug 28 - CBC: Algonquins ordered to end blockade of uranium exploration

Aug 27 - RCMP: Smuggling Arrest

Aug 28 - URGENT! Judge illegally orders Algonquins to be Invaded Aug. 29th

Aug 24 - CBC: Quebec police defend undercover officers

Aug 24 - CP: Citizens armed with video cameras become watchdogs of police accountability

Aug 22 - CTV: Officers never posed as protesters: Quebec police

Aug 24 - Citizen: Algonquins set for long, cold winter at Sharbot Lake mining blockade

Aug 24 - FreePress: Blockades should not be allowed

Aug 21 - Speech given to the Law Society of Upper CANADA

Aug 15 - CBC: Algonquins reject court process in uranium dispute

Jul 24 - Algonquin Alliance Statement Against Uranium Exploration and Mining

Native Occupation in Brantford

Aug 28 - Brantford Developer Told to Stop or be Occupied

Aug 28 - Here We Go Again

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Native Supremacy Movement -

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Canada at the CrossRoads - A Year in Review

Small Claims Papers - Lawsuit against Property Tax

RCMP: The Consequences of Selling illegal Tobacco Products

Aug 20 - Appointment of Strahl to INAC - A Resident's View

Aug 17 - DCE rapists enabled by OPP “best practices” endorsed by McGuinty Inquiry

Aug 17 - The IpperDonia Matrix: History Repeated

Aug 14 - Two Tier Justice struggle: What has been accomplished?

How Canada's natives became cigarette smugglers
Two Tier Justice is Part of the System
100+ Links Smuggling"
About 95 per cent of the [illegal] cigarettes are manufactured on aboriginal reserves," said Yves-Thomas Dorval, a spokesman for the council.

Chief General: Two Rapes on DCE

Truth of Land Claim Timeframe

Aug 10 - Native Protesters Occupy Stirling Development in Caledonia

'Beware' Haldimand Lawyer tells Council
Haldimand Council fights against Democracy, Free Speech and Privacy
Your Help is Need - Full Coverage -
Last Update Aug. 10, 2007

Aug 10 - BULLETIN: Mayor Trainer needs your help NOW! ***UPDATED*** .

Aug 10 - Haldimand "Bold Attack on Freedoms"

Aug 9 - Our prayer and condolences to the families of Mabel Ross, who passed away this week

Aug 1 - York Regional Police Constable Robert Plunkett Remembered

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Additional smuggling arrest last week

Aug 20 - Appointment of Strahl to INAC - A Resident's View

Aug 17 - DCE rapists enabled by OPP “best practices” endorsed by McGuinty Inquiry

Aug 17 - The IpperDonia Matrix: History Repeated

Aug 14 - Two Tier Justice struggle: What has been accomplished?

How Canada's natives became cigarette smugglers
Two Tier Justice is Part of the System

100+ Links Smuggling"
About 95 per cent of the [illegal] cigarettes are manufactured on aboriginal reserves," said Yves-Thomas Dorval, a spokesman for the council.

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Aug 12 - “We are not terrorists!” Really? Prove it.

Chief General: Two Rapes on DCE

Truth of Land Claim Timeframe

Aug 10 - Native Protesters Occupy Stirling Development in Caledonia

'Beware' Haldimand Lawyer tells Council
Haldimand Council fights against Democracy, Free Speech and Privacy
Your Help is Need - Full Coverage -
Last Update Aug. 10, 2007
Aug 10 - BULLETIN: Mayor Trainer needs your help NOW! ***UPDATED***
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Aug 10 - Haldimand "Bold Attack on Freedoms"
Aug 9 - Our prayer and condolences to the families of Mabel Ross, who passed away this week

Aug 1 - York Regional Police Constable Robert Plunkett Remembered

Breaking News

Jul 31 - Expositor: OPP use curfew to tackle mischief in Haldimand

Jul 28 - Haldimand OPP make a laughable attempt to be a Police Force again

Jul 31 - Record: Don't inflame moraine debate - Waterloo is not Caledonia

Jul 31 - CanWest: Critics say Kashechewan aid plan ignores flood reality

Jul 31 - Whig: Sides in uranium dispute seek truce; Judge asks for compromise to be found until trial starts in September

Jul 31 - Star: Reserve residents stay put 

Jul 30 - McGuinty says loss of jobs, 70% hydro price increase good for Ontario

Jul 30 - Liberal Party Uses Government web sites for Re-election Campaign

Jul 30 - McGuinty's Liberals use Taxpayer's Money to Run Election Campaign

Jul 30 - CP: Conservatives to rebuild troubled Cree reserve on flood plain

Jul 30 - CBC: Native leaders' help needed to solve crime problem: councillor

Jul 30 - CP: Vancouver Island First Nation votes 90 per cent for self-government treaty

Jul 30 - Colonist: Island band passes treaty with 90% vote - $145 Million

Jul 30 - Sun: Ottawa to rebuild troubled Cree reserve - $200 Million

Jul 30 - CTV: Roger Smith on the decision to rebuild 1:58

Jul 30 - CTV: Jim Prentice, Indian Affairs minister 5:30

Jul 30 - Canada AM: Discussion of the rebuilding plan 7:02

Jul 30 - Examiner: Aid for native children coming?; County vying for money to get child-care spaces

Jul 29 - CP: Ottawa to rebuild, but not relocate, flood-prone Kashechewan reserve: sources

Jul 27 - Sun: Land claims take back seat: Activist

Jul 26 - CP: MPs trade barbs during hot summer meeting on native human rights

Jul 26 - CP: Aboriginals look to weekend treaty vote for signs of support, says expert

Jul 26 - Province: Tsawwassen band approves land treaty

Jul 25 - BC Gov: Premier Congratulates Tsawwassen First Nation on Landmark Treaty Vote

Jul 25 - Whig: Legal battle begins; Firm files $100M suit over mine blockade

B.C. - Gordon Campbell's great land give away - Golf Course Dispute

Jul 23 - Globe: $1-billion in Negiotations: Netted no settlements

Jul 21 - BCnews: Protest about land claims

Jul 20 - Globe: Resolution of land claim likely in September

Jul 19 - Globe: Former Musqueam chief says golf course plan coming in September

Jul 13 - Globe: Premier's ally fights to keep golf course

Jul 1 - CP: Stop secrecy in talks with first nation, say B.C. premier's critics

Jul 1 - Petition: UBC Golf Course

Jun 27 - Sun: Housing slated for university golf course, opponents say

Jun 26 - Natives frustrated over University Golf Club outcry

Jun 22 - Meanwhile, at the pro shop

Mar 2005 - The Content of the Crown’s Duty to Consult and Accommodate First Nations

Jul 23 - Globe: 'Ghetto dude' gets apology from Premier

Jul 23 - MPP Toby Barrett: There must be one law for all - period

Jul 23 - Timmer is Punished by College of Nurses

Jul 21 - BCnews: Tories move towards one fishery

What has your MPP been saying

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Jul 19 - CanWest: Parliamentary committee snagged in quarrel over aboriginal rights

Jul 17 - Haldimand "McGuinty don't Bother yourself coming to Haldimand"

Jul 18 - Chronicle: Moulton surrender valid, says feds

Jul 18 - Intelligencer: Damage to 401 during protest could cost thousands

Jul 18 - Record: Natives win more through negotiations

Jul 18 - Star: Ontario Metis want cut of gaming revenue

Jul 17 - CBC: Manitoba First Nation launches lawsuit to reopen century-old land treaty

Jul 16, 2007 - Government can't ignore its role during tough times

Jul 17 - CanWest: Minister spars with former PM over native rights declaration

Jul 17 - Globe: Ottawa, Cree reach 'historic' accord

Jul 16 - CP: Ottawa to spend $175 million on West Coast fishery after years of protest

Jul 16 - CP: Ottawa commits $1.4 billion to implement 30-year-old treaty with Quebec Cree

Jul 13 - Spectator: 'The troubles' hurt native tourism

Jul 13 - CTV: Lytton band rallies against ferry service cut

Jul 13 - KingstonWhig: Uranium protesters win support; Algonquins blockade mine site with a little help from their friends

Jul 13 - Expositor: National day of protest grew from roots in Caledonia

Jul 13 - CP: Native leaders slam Tory spin on defunct Kelowna pact

Jul 13 - FreePress: Comments inflame shaky relations

Jul 13 - Spectator: Vancouver MP says province bribed natives to OK treaty

Jul 12 - CanWest: AFN calls for massive investment in aboriginal languages

Jul 12 - CP: Native leader says he's miffed by Prentice's 'snub' at meeting

Jul 12 - CBC: Minister's absence at AFN meeting a snub: chiefs

Jul 12 - CP: Kelowna Accord not an 'expensive press release', says chief

Jul 12 - CP: Aboriginals plan march to protest proposed uranium mining in eastern Ont.

Jul 12 - Citizen: Special status solves nothing

Jul 12 - CBC: Massive drug bust on Sto:lo reserve

Jul 12 - CP: CUPE targets Ontario Liberals in fall election

Jul 11 - Haldimand official attacks constituent - A Call for the immediate Resignation of Bill Pearce

Jul 11 - Chronicle: Trust fund may ease pressure from land claims; Closed meeting offers little assurance to developers

Jul 11 - Chronicle: Six Nations waits on $125M offer; Confederacy negotiators wait for answers on Moulton land transfer documents

Jul 11 - Chronicle: County demands action from Ottawa

Jul 10 - Haldimand "Fool me Once, Fool me Twice"

Jul 10 - CP: B.C. First Nation plans picket on Trans-Canada Highway

Jul 2007 - Ontario Fact Sheet #9: Six Nations (Caledonia) Negotiations

MP Diane Finley has a Voice

Jul 10 - Diane Finley: Haldimand a Priority

Jul 10 - Diane Finley: Your response to Haldimand Council

Jul 11 - Diane Finley: When vanity is all you have to offer

Jul 11 - Diane Finley: Promise Made Promise Broken

Jul 10 - Finley: No direct role in Caledonia

Jul 10 - CBC: Local officials call for action on Caledonia-area land claims

Jul 10 - Haldimand's Unheard Voice: "My Chat with the Mayor"

Jul 10 - Grice puts McGuinty’s re-election ahead of residents

County Forgets McGuinty owns DCE and controls the OPP

County Press Release proves one thing - you don't bite the hand that feeds you.

Jul 10 - Haldimand's Unheard Voice: "My Chat with the Mayor"

Jul 10 - Grice puts McGuinty’s re-election ahead of residents

Jul 10 - CHML: Mayor Trainer Speaks out

Jul 10 - Haldimand Council helps McGuinty's Re-election Campaign

Jul 9 - Haldimand County sides with their OPPressors, attacks Harper

Jul 9 - Haldimand ignores elephants running amok in Caledonia

Jul 9 - Haldimand: Press Release regarding Occupation

Jul 3, 2006: Coyle Report - The Unreported Story - The truth about the division within Six Nations

CHTVat 6: Mayor Trainer: 'Six Nations has to get their act together'

CHTV 5:30 Live: Hagersville land developer & Mayor Trainer

CHTV noon: Regarding Haldimand Press Release

Jul 10 - Expositor: Haldimand held hostage: Trainer; County politicians demand meeting with Harper to resolve native land claims

Jul 10 - Expositor: Stalled in Haldimand

Jul 10 - Spectator: Finley: No direct role in Caledonia

Jul 10 - Mercury: Haldimand demands Ottawa act quickly on aboriginal land claims

Jul 9 - Sun: Sask Indian band wants construction halted after animal bones found

Jul 9 - Colonist: Willcocks column: The great sacred golf-course battle

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Jul 9 - Today: OPP works toward the greater good: Fantino

Jul 8 - CP: Hundreds of native chiefs and delegates meet in Halifax for annual assembly

Jul 8 - CP: Dion urges Harper to sign UN human rights document for native peoples

Jul 7 - KingstonWhig: Mohawk protester sued again by CN

Jul 6 - Guide: Protest leader denied bail - preliminary court date set for August

Jul 5 - Spectator: Developer says economic chill has hit Haldimand

Jul 7 - Spectator: Chief, native newspaper sued

Jul 6 - FreePress: Respect needed on both sides of native issue

Jul 6 - CP: Native protester Brant denied bail after blockade

Jul 6 - KingstonWhig: Mohawk militant faces second lawsuit

Jul 5 - CBC: Western premiers to tackle aboriginal 'third solitude'

Jul 5 - David Ljunggren - Is anyone listening to natives?

Jul 4 - The Province: Mounties probe finances at aboriginal institute

Jul 4 - 1st Perspective: Archaeological digs continue at contested Caledonia site

Jamie West's (CHML) Apology Accepted

"On April 13,2007, in one of my blogs, I made a derogatory reference to Gary McHale of Richmond Hill, Ontario. I regret making this statement and I apologize to Mr. McHale for any embarrassment that he may have suffered as a result of the post " states Jamie.

Jul 5 - The Public Speak out regarding Mr. West

Apr 29 - Jamie West 'Racist Moron' Comment

Jamie West Blog Posting from early 2006

Little ‘Cindy’ says to her grandfather, CHML journalist Jamie West, “Grampa, what did you do during the March for Freedom?” “Nothing, sweetie, but I did watch the people go by while I was reading the sports scores.”

Shawn Brant & The Day of Action

Jul 5 - CHQR: Interview regarding Mr. Brant

Jul 5 - Regional: We aren't all free

Jul 5 - CP: Mohawk protestor Shawn Brant surrenders to police

Jul 6 - Haldimand "Proposal"


“Puff” Daddy McGuinty

Jul 3 - Observer: Government Huffs and Puffs, Ombudsman finds

Another AK-47

Jul 3 - Cornwall Standard:Peaceful protest ends with gunshots

In Ontario your Deed is Worthless
Jun 18 - Law Times: Protecting Private Property

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HELD HOSTAGE

Ontario Home Builder Association Warn Builders about Land Claims in Caledonia

Jun 18 - Western Standard: $oldiers of Fortune

June 2 - Post: For natives, a legal free-for-all

June 2 - Post: Native violence becomes blameless - Ipperwash report effectively legitimizes illegal protests

Apr 18 - Worst Location for Real Estate in Ontario

May 23 - Post: Jonathan Kay on Caledonia and Hagersville: The fruits of governmental cowardice

Apr 21 - Post: Easy for natives to break the law - Blockade shows double standard

Jul 5 - Regional: We aren't all free

Jul 5 - CP: Mohawk protestor Shawn Brant surrenders to police

Western Standard: Indian Summer

Jul 5 - Globe: Mohawk leader surrenders to police

Jul 5 - CBC: Aboriginal protester surrenders to police

Jul 5 - Spectator: Developer says economic chill has hit Haldimand

Jul 5 - CBC: RCMP apologizes for B.C. pepper spray incident

Jul 4 - Guelph: Mohawk flag put atop Church of Our Lady

Jul 4 - CBC: First Nations gambling agency rakes in record profits

Jul 4 - CP: FCanadian government to receive advice from aboriginal economic development board

Jul 1 - Haldimand "My Bridge Sit In"

Jul 3 - Examiner: Terrorism at home

Jul 4 - Harper: What is the First Duty of Government?

Jul 4 - DCE Protesters: Armed & Dangerous

Jul 4 - OPP Launch new Hi-Tech BoatVan

Jul 3 - Criminals now dictating the terms of their arrest

Jun 30 - Day of Action - Dunnville rocks, OPP Two Tier Justice lives

CHTV: Armed DCE Protesters tried to setup barricade in Caledonia

Jun 28 - Globe: Trapped in the aboriginal narrative

"When has so much money been spent on so few people for so little result?"
Jul 1 - Citizen: Turning guilt into billions of dollars

"(The child's) parents made a decision to bring those kids there and I have to say the people who got pepper-sprayed, including the mother of that particular child, was exhibiting a very confrontational pulling of the (police) member, pushing of the members," she said. "This is considered a combative behaviour."
Jul 3 - CBC: B.C. band furious over pepper spray incident

Jul 3 - CP: B.C. Sechelt chief says meeting 'emotional' after band members pepper sprayed

"Canadian government still practising genocide upon native people"
Jun 30 - Gazette: 'Only the beginning,' Mohawks vow

Jul 4 - KingstonWhig: Brant's arrest delayed; Mohawk militant frustrated at OPP

Jul 3 - Intelligencer: Majority didn't support native day of protest

Jul 3 - Intelligencer: CN examining legal avenues

Jul 3 - Intelligencer: Shawn Brant to turn himself in Thursday

Jul 3 - CP: Mohawk protester Brant says someone will fill his shoes if he ends up in jail

Jul 1 - CP: Stop secrecy in talks with first nation, say B.C. premier's critics

Jul 1 - Sun: Traffic jam as blockade ends

Jun 27 - Regional: Time for council to get serious

Jun 27 - Regional: Bring in the RCMP already

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

June 29th - Day of Action

Full Coverage - 200 links
News Reports, videos, Photos etc

July 1 - Rogue Mohawk warns more barricade action coming

June 30 - The "new" face of terrorism

June 30 - Day of Action - Dunnville rocks, OPP Two Tier Justice lives

June 29 - Armed Terrorists Openly Walking Around in Canada Right Now

June 29 - Solidarity schism

June 29 - Day of Protest - Chance to Educate or Excuse to Disturb

June 29 - Mohawk protesters realize they are idiots

June 29 - Shawn Brant is a Terrorist

June 29 - Day of Regret by Garth Turner

June 29 - Majesty of the law

June 29 - OPP issue token warrant for Shawn Brant - fail to enforce it

June 29 - A Canadian Double Standard

June 29 - Mr. McGuinty.. you're spine is in the room to the left...

June 29 - The Natives:”It was certainly a good test run for us.”

June 27 - Everyone is getting tired - the protestors want confrontation

June 26 - Thoughts on Native "Day of Action"

June 30 - Globe: Police inaction over native blockade irks CN Rail

June 30 - Spectator: Spending of native dollars is hush-hush

June 30 - Spectator: Rogue protester wanted for disruptive blockade

June 30 - KingstonWhig: So Canadian a protest

June 30 - Record: Uphold Canada's laws

CHTV: Armed DCE Protesters tried to setup barricade in Caledonia

June 30 - Spectator: Quiet protest in Caledonia

June 28 - Globe: Trapped in the aboriginal narrative

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

Six Nations Should End Protest and Pay Costs

Fantino Should Apologize or McGuinty Should Fire Him

More Leadership, Less Whining

Complaints, Allegations, and Superstar Salaries

Accountability for Indian Affairs

The Road to Prosperity

Throwing Good Money After Bad

Band Aids for Band Deficits

Unequal Parallel

Good Intentions Not Enough

Aboriginal Matrimonial Property Rights

Additional Stories

June 28 - Supporting Terrorism Via Appeasement

June 28 - CP: Mohawk protester says supporters will be armed for day of protest

CHTV: Day of Action

Global: Protest to start tonight - Natives will be armed

CN Rail gives in to Domestic Terrorists

June 28 - CTV: Via Rail shuts down service ahead of protests

June 28 - CTV: Via Rail to replace trains with buses 1:03

June 28 - CTV: National Chief Phil Fontaine in Ottawa 9:00

June 28 - CTV: OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino 8:11

Now that Fantino has stated people have the Constitutional Right to Protect will he allow non-Natives the same rights?

June 28 - Fax to Monte Kwinter requesting Equal Constitutional Rights

Anti-Canada Day Celebration

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50 minutes on the topic of Canada's Day of Protest - we were asked to be part of the show.

June 28 - Full 50 Minute show

June 28 - Our 6 minute part

Chief Gerenal on CHML today

June 28 - CHML: Interview with Chief General

June 28 - CP: Boycott non-native businesses Friday, Manitoba chiefs urge

June 28 - CP: Aboriginal protesters will be held accountable for actions: Ont. top cop

June 28 - Star: Native leaders ask for calm

Call for Action in Dunnville

"MR. O.P.P. don't allow 'anyone' to block this bridge."

Update from Wed. June 27

Haldimand "Bridge Sit In" 1:00 - 5:00 pm Thur

June 26 - CHTV: Dunnville Residents won't become like Caledonia

CNN - Caledonia News Network

Day of Protest Coverage

5 Locations - reported continously

Full Coverage:

Ombudsman Blasts Government

June 27 - CBC: Ont. government's 'puffery' undermines public confidence: ombudsman

June 27 - Star: Province trying to avoid Ombudsman

June 27 - Times: EDITORIAL: Liberals must let Marin do his job

June 21, 2007

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June 5 - Lawyer Letter to McLeod stating Kwinter cannot investigate these complaints

June 28 - Spectator: Haldimand mayor concerned about out-of-province natives joining day of action

June 28 - CP: Provincial and territorial premiers urge peaceful National Day of Action

June 27 - Regional: Warning for Caledonia (additional Info )

June 28 - Sun: Native blockade bad idea: Martin

June 27 - CP: Don't mar day of action with illegal activities: Martin

June 27 - Kingston Whig: Protest, but respect the law

June 27 - Rebel without a Brain

June 27 - OPP Seeks Positive Outcome for National Day of Action Events

June 27 - National chief statement on potential illegal protests on June 29

June 27 - Public Service Announcement - National Day of Protest threatens VIA Rail services in Ontario and Quebec

June 28 - FreePress: Fontaine calls for peaceful day

June 28 - FreePress: Warriors brace for police force

June 28 - HFXnews: Via warns natives may block rail line on day of action between Halifax and Montreal

June 28 - Spectator: Native leaders urge peaceful protest

June 27 - CBC: Quebec aboriginal chiefs to skip day of action protests

June 27 - CP: Illegal actions on aboriginal day of action won't help real issues: Martin

June 29 Day of Action comes to Kingston, Ontario: Solidarity at the Train Station

Shawn Brant & the Direct Terrorist Threat to Canada

Why has he not been Arrested for Terrorism?

23 minute video proof of Terrorist Threat

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June 27 - It’s Now or Never

June 27 - Haldimand "Take the Fight to Where it Belongs"

June 27 - Congratulations Caledonia: You have no Voice

June 27 - CBC: Quebec aboriginal chiefs to skip day of action protests

June 27 - Sun: Will there ever be peace?

June 27 - CP: National day of action just the beginning, Mohawk hard-liner says

June 26 - CP: Aboriginals who protest for day of action aren't above the law: Ont. Opposition

June 27 - am940: 14 minute interview regarding Shawn Brant

June 27 - Kingston Whig: Via Rail to use buses on 'Day of Action'

June 27 - CP: Six Nations day of protest

June 27 - Intelligencer: Protesters planning blockade

June 27 - Intelligencer: Band's review of OPP service thoughtful

June 27 - Intelligencer: Brant's preliminary hearing scheduled for Dec. 20/21

June 27 - Lakeshore: Fate of Ipperwash Provincial Park -Decision by end of year

June 26 - CTV Duffy: Interview with Shawn Brant

June 26 - CTV Duffy: Interview with Politicians

June 26 - CTV Duffy: Interview with Press Gallery

June 21 - CTV Duffy: Human Rights Commission

June 26 - ThisWeek: Protest planned at VIA station Friday

June 25 - Observer: Cold shoulder for youth

Canada at the Crossroads
by one viewer

June 26 - FreePress: National day of protest draws near

June 26 - Globe: Beware of Oka-style conflict at golf course, natives warn

June 26 - Globe: Blockades from T.O. to Montreal expected

June 26 - Star: Native protest tests new ministry

June 26 - Sun: This land is our land

June 26 - CP: No-sniff gas could end solvent abuse

June 26 - Expositor: Is Middleport smoke shop above the law?; Store's neighbour says Brant County is afraid to tackle issue

June 26 - Whig: Protest aims at train station; 'Some members will choose to stand on the tracks,' group warns

June 26 - Sun: Federal government comes to terms on five native land claims

June 26 - Globe: Federal minister calls for change to B.C.'s treaty process

June 25 - CP: First Nations activists erect nine-metre teepee on lawn of Ont. legislature

June 25 - CBC: Ont. Mohawks plan blockade for Friday

June 25 - CBC: Ont. uranium plans on hold amid native protest threats

June 25 - Reformer: Native activists coming to Port Dover?

June 25 - Record: Ontario's ombud deserves support

June 25 - Globe: Prentice predicts end to violent standoffs

June 22 - How You can become part of Caledonia Wakeup Call

June 25 - Star: 'Degrading' B.C. murals removed

June 25 - Tribune: Pardon our cynicism, but ...

Trudeau vs Harper:
One appeases Terrorists

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Most Countries ARREST Terrorists - Canada Pays them OFF
What can the Future Hold for Canadians

Even the media are now Questioning Harper's Government for it's appeasment

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June 22 - MNN: Being Tortured in Dungeon

Truth emerges as Ipperwash Papers go ‘main stream’

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June 23 - Intelligencer: Tyendinaga could face land claim

June 23 - Intelligencer: But resulting drama still far in the future; Three land claims means years of research

June 14 - A Call for Sustained Campaign of Politicial Confrontation

June 21 - MNN: The Plot Thickens: June 29 Lookin' More & More like a snare set to Trap Us

June 20 - Update from Hazel Hill June 20, 2007

June 23 - Sun: Native violence threatens public sympathy, PM warn

June 23 - Sun: Aboriginals' hatred of Tories a good thing

June 23 - Korean News: Discontent and Canada's First Nations

June 23 - CP: Day of Protest or Conflict?

June 22 - CBC: N.B. First Nations sign accord with province

June 21 - CP: Sask. First Nation blocks road to halt oil drilling on its land

June 22 - PRNewswire: Oilsands Quest comments on road block by aboriginal group in Saskatchewan

June 21 - Globe: Fantino's testimonial

June 21 - CP: Native groups plan peaceful protests - for the most part

June 21 - Kingston Whig: Natives are playing the environmental card

June 20 - Haldimand "Should we be Concerned"?

June 20 - CP: Aboriginal women gather to devise 10-year plan to combat violence

June 20 - CP: Native access to human-rights complaints stalled over First Nations' concerns

June 20 - Chronicle: Haldimand: Debate over OPP

June 20 - Chronicle: OPP prepares for Day of Action

June 20 - Chronicle: Review unearths no artifacts on Wal-Mart site; Ministry approves land for development

June 20 - Haldimand News: County demands action on Six Nations

June 20 - Haldimand News: Six Nations holds firm on negotiating; Sub-chief Hill says treaties outweigh new legislation

June 20 - Chronicle: Bergstrand acclaimed Haldimand-Norfolk Liberal candidate

June 13 - Haldimand News: Land Claims: Fallout 'catastrophic'

June 6 - Haldimand News: July 4th Meeting addresses threat; County council holds workshop on demonstrations

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June 20 - Globe: Letter to Minister of Public Safety, Stockwell Day

June 21 - Spectator: National Day of Protest will focus on land claims

June 20 - Globe: Fontaine warns possible lawbreakers

June 20 - Star: Fantino: 'We believe that terrorists are planning all the time to frustrate our security, to attack our infrastructure.'

June 20 - Globe: OPP chief surprised that Zaccardelli 'vilified'

June 19 - FreePress: RMCP & First Nations peace protocol signed

ANTI-CANADA DAY - July 1st 2007!

June 19 - CP: Ontario First Nations say no to $2.5B gaming deal

June 19 - Liberal: Conservatives Must Listen to Aboriginal Peoples on Rights Bill

June 19 - FreePress: Assembly of First Nations and the RCMP have signed a protocol aimed at ensuring protests don’t turn ugly.

May 30 - Examiner: Settle up, abolish reserves

New Web Site

NUMBERS.... IT'S ALL ABOUT NUMBERS

www.NumbersWatchdog.com

June 19 - 800 outstanding claims: The Truth about the Numbers

As quoted in the Tekawenake News on June 13, 2007 the budget for 2007 on Six Nations is $3.169 Million with a $900 Thousand defict and $1.9 Million for administration wages and salaries which is 60% of the budget. What organization can function when only 40% of its budget is available for everything other than salaries?

June 18 - CFRA: Aboriginal Chiefs Reject Ontario $2.5 Billion Revenue Deal

June 18 - Globe: Chief Terrance Nelson: 'I've known violence all my life'

June 19 - Globe: Appeal of native ruling likely, Ottawa says

June 19 - Spectator: Transitional, 24-unit housing project opens

June 15 - CBC: Land deal could prevent rail blockade

June 15 - Globe: The loss of the school to arson is just the latest tragedy at an Ontario reserve already mourning three recent suicides

June 13 - 1st Perspertive: Aboriginal chiefs 'cautiously optimistic' about land claim changes

June 13 - 1st Perspertive: BC court to hear challenge to Nisga'a treaty

June 9 - Sun: Aboriginal rights need protection

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June 18 - Sun: A crisis of leadership: It is time for Indian leaders to assume their responsibility

June 18 - CTV: OPP preparing for native protest day: Fantino

June 18 - Mike Duffy Live: Fantino discusses the day of action (8:45)

Shawn Brant & the Direct Terrorist Threat to Canada:
Set for June 29, 2007

Link to Video Proof and complete coverage

Who is Shawn Brant?

June 17 - MNN: Phil Fontaine is hosting a negotiations lynching party in his colonial office in Ottawa

June 18 - MNN: News Flash!  RED-X Siting by “BRO’HAWK” High Up in the Mountains

June 17 - MNN: “PICK YOUR PATH CAREFULLY”

June 14 - MNN: It's Not About "Land Claims"

June 12 - MNN: Quite Blowing Smoke Up Our Butts

June 18 - Post: Threat of action worked

June 17 - Star: Ex-PM pledges to push aboriginal plight

June 16 - Star: Cool heads needed as day of protest nears

June 15 - Intelligencer: Mohawks may drop OPP force

June 15 - Reformer: Bergstrand: Former Haldimand mayor hopes to win riding for Liberals

Natives have been throwing objects over the overpass for 10 months - someone is going to die.

June 16 - CP: Large rock thrown from overpass hits woman's car

June 16 - OPP: Driver Escapes Injury - Rock Thrown From Bridge

Sept 6, 2006 - Regional News: Six Nations teens caught throwing rocks off bridge

Aug. 4, 2006 - Dangerous Highways - Public Safety at Risk

June 16 - CP: Large rock thrown from overpass hits woman's car

June 16 - Globe: Indian status can be traced through mother, court rules

June 13 - Turtle: Youth charged in air gun shot at Reclamation site, sparks fires, threats to close 6th line

June 13 - Turtle: Young men kick Turtle Island News off Reclamation site

June 13 - Turtle: Six Nations police obstructed by Reclamation site supporters

June 13 - Turtle: Brantford developer gets loud Six Nations' no to $500 million development

June 15 - Star: Hastening native claims

June 14 - CP: Members of B.C.'s Nisga'a First Nation in court to try and strike down treaty

And ready to demand a return to democracy & justice?

Join the rural landowners, farmers and small business - to fight for democracy's return and a Canadian Bill of Rights - not Government Wrongs. All these intolerable acts are the result of our lost property rights. The Landowners are resolved to make Parliament restore "Our right to own, use, enjoy and earn a living on our private property" - free from the unnecessary and intrusive urban regulations that have closed our sawmills, slaughtered our abattoirs, broken the back of our family farms, threatened our maple syrup producers and clear-cut personal freedom and liberty from our woodlots and lands.

June 14 - Globe: Natives, residents could tee off over land claim

June 13 - Canadian Taxpayers Association: Six Nations Should End Protest and Pay Costs

June 13 - Haldimand News: OPP boss speaks out; Union is critical of aboriginals who defy law

June 13 - Chronicle: Teams watching police; Complaints will be filed

June 14 - Star: Day of action about awareness, not disruption, FSIN chief says

June 14 - FreePress: Skin colour irrelevant

June 12 - MNN: “Red-X” Tells the Feds:  “Quit Blowing Smoke Up Our Butts"

June 13 - Chronicle: Dunnville wants Wal-Mart; Company in positive talks with Six Nations

June 13 - Reformer: Haldimand OPP: Having options in reserve

June 13 - Ipperwash Inquiry: "Outsiders"

June 13 - Not Quite Convinced Yet?

June 13 - CHML: Interview with Chief MacNaughton about Caledonia

June 13 - Haldimand "Frustrated in Haldimand County"

June 13 - How & Why I became part of Caledonia Wakeup Call

June 13 - A ‘peaceful’ occupation drowning in lies

June 13 - Students Support First Nations Day of Action

June 12 - Harper’s process doesn’t affect Six Nations by Chief MacNaughton

Are they beyond being criticized for a weak performance?

 If certain members of the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team stood around and watched the apposing team continually score goals, night after night, I am sure that a few newspaper sports writers would print stories and post photos of the players who are responsible for such weak performances.

When the Ontario Provincial Police stood around and watched people being assaulted by aboriginal protesters “time after time”, a story was printed in the Caledonia Wake Up Call website about the weak performance of the officers involved, and photos of the officers were posted. 

Unlike a hockey player would react to criticism of his performance, the OPP officers who had their pictures posted moaned about the fact they were being exposed to the public, and are even trying to sue Gary McHale for posting their pictures.  Hell, we are paying the wages of those officers.  If they deliberately refuse to do the job we hired them to do, they should have their photos posted on billboards across the province.

John Newton
Cambridge Ontario

Jamie Jamieson Admits to Terrorist Attack on Power Station in Caledonia

I guess all the pro-Native side have been lying to the public for the past year.

June 13 - CP: 'It doesn't give me hope'

News from MPP Toby Barrett

June 12 - You’re invited to a reception

Spring 2007 - Toby's NewsLetter


Click on banner to goto Toby's site

Our Lawsuit Against OPP officers, Fantino, McGuinty's staff, OPPA President and Haldimand County

June 10 - CHTV: Interview regarding this countersuit

June 11 - Thank You Mr. Fantino: My Countersuit regarding Conspiracy

June 11 - Legal Papers - Counterclaim starts on page 19

June 11 - Spectator: McHale sues Haldimand County, Fantino, OPP association

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June 8 - FreePress: Women and Aboriginals - More two tiered justice

June 11 - OPP: Three Males Arrested after Firing Air Rifle

June 9 - OPP: Traffic Stop nets Loaded Shotgun

June 6 - Regional: Ipperwash Inquiry - Where's Mike Harris when you need him?

June 8 - Mountain News: Pinocchio Premier

June 11 - Post: Pursuing justice for Aboriginals by Jim Prentice

June 11 - CTV: PM to announce plans to speed land-claim cases

June 11 - CBC: New law expected to speed land claims

June 11 - Intelligencer: Confrontation not related to protest: Mohawks

June 9 - Six Nations flags in York

June 8 - Unhappy Canada Day!

June 7 - Sachem: Native firm refuses work

June 7 - Sachem: Developers to meet with Confederacy Council

June 6 - Why we must go to Deseronto

June 8 - Star: Day of Action lacks resonance in Saskatchewan

June 7 - CBC: Outspoken chief rejects council call to resign

June 10 Presentation in Caledonia



June 11 - Canada at the Crossroads: The Ipperwash Legacy

New Web Site

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June 20 - Globe: Letter to Minister of Public Safety, Stockwell Day

June 20 - Globe: Fontaine warns possible lawbreakers

June 20 - Star: Fantino: 'We believe that terrorists are planning all the time to frustrate our security, to attack our infrastructure.'

June 20 - Globe: OPP chief surprised that Zaccardelli 'vilified'

June 19 - FreePress: RMCP & First Nations peace protocol signed

ANTI-CANADA DAY - July 1st 2007!

June 19 - CP: Ontario First Nations say no to $2.5B gaming deal

June 19 - Liberal: Conservatives Must Listen to Aboriginal Peoples on Rights Bill

June 19 - FreePress: Assembly of First Nations and the RCMP have signed a protocol aimed at ensuring protests don’t turn ugly.

May 30 - Examiner: Settle up, abolish reserves

Harper cancels $5 Billion Kelowna Accord but Harper finds ways to still give $5 Billion to Natives.

Extortion & Terrorism is now Legal in Canada - at least by one group.

$2.5 Billion over 10 years

PM Harper's New Plan

Last Update - June 14, 2007

$2.5 Billion via the Ontario Government

June 14 - CP: Ont. First Nations stand to get $2.5 Billion over 20 years under new gaming deal

June 15 - Star: Threatening to act got quick results from PM

June 14 - Spectator: Ottawa may buy land to satisfy Six Nations deal

June 13 - Tekawennake: Taxpayers paid $66,000+ for illegal Occupation of DCE

June 19 - CP: Government-native negotiations end with treaty signing ($11 Million)

June 1 - Post: Six Nations still considering $125 Million Ottawa proposal

New Web Site

NUMBERS.... IT'S ALL ABOUT NUMBERS

www.NumbersWatchdog.com

June 19 - 800 outstanding claims: The Truth about the Numbers

As quoted in the Tekawenake News on June 13, 2007 the budget for 2007 on Six Nations is $3.169 Million with a $900 Thousand defict and $1.9 Million for administration wages and salaries which is 60% of the budget. What organization can function when only 40% of its budget is available for everything other than salaries?

June 18 - CFRA: Aboriginal Chiefs Reject Ontario $2.5 Billion Revenue Deal

June 18 - Globe: Chief Terrance Nelson: 'I've known violence all my life'

June 19 - Globe: Appeal of native ruling likely, Ottawa says

June 19 - Spectator: Transitional, 24-unit housing project opens

June 15 - CBC: Land deal could prevent rail blockade

June 15 - Globe: The loss of the school to arson is just the latest tragedy at an Ontario reserve already mourning three recent suicides

June 13 - 1st Perspertive: Aboriginal chiefs 'cautiously optimistic' about land claim changes

June 13 - 1st Perspertive: BC court to hear challenge to Nisga'a treaty

June 9 - Sun: Aboriginal rights need protection

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June 18 - Sun: A crisis of leadership: It is time for Indian leaders to assume their responsibility

June 18 - CTV: OPP preparing for native protest day: Fantino

June 18 - Mike Duffy Live: Fantino discusses the day of action (8:45)

Shawn Brant & the Direct Terrorist Threat to Canada:
Set for June 29, 2007

Link to Video Proof and complete coverage

Who is Shawn Brant?

June 17 - MNN: Phil Fontaine is hosting a negotiations lynching party in his colonial office in Ottawa

June 18 - MNN: News Flash!  RED-X Siting by “BRO’HAWK” High Up in the Mountains

June 17 - MNN: “PICK YOUR PATH CAREFULLY”

June 14 - MNN: It's Not About "Land Claims"

June 12 - MNN: Quite Blowing Smoke Up Our Butts

June 18 - Post: Threat of action worked

June 17 - Star: Ex-PM pledges to push aboriginal plight

June 16 - Star: Cool heads needed as day of protest nears

June 15 - Intelligencer: Mohawks may drop OPP force

June 15 - Reformer: Bergstrand: Former Haldimand mayor hopes to win riding for Liberals

Natives have been throwing objects over the overpass for 10 months - someone is going to die.

June 16 - CP: Large rock thrown from overpass hits woman's car

June 16 - OPP: Driver Escapes Injury - Rock Thrown From Bridge

Sept 6, 2006 - Regional News: Six Nations teens caught throwing rocks off bridge

Aug. 4, 2006 - Dangerous Highways - Public Safety at Risk

June 16 - CP: Large rock thrown from overpass hits woman's car

June 16 - Globe: Indian status can be traced through mother, court rules

June 13 - Turtle: Youth charged in air gun shot at Reclamation site, sparks fires, threats to close 6th line

June 13 - Turtle: Young men kick Turtle Island News off Reclamation site

June 13 - Turtle: Six Nations police obstructed by Reclamation site supporters

June 13 - Turtle: Brantford developer gets loud Six Nations' no to $500 million development

June 15 - Star: Hastening native claims

June 14 - CP: Members of B.C.'s Nisga'a First Nation in court to try and strike down treaty

And ready to demand a return to democracy & justice?

Join the rural landowners, farmers and small business - to fight for democracy's return and a Canadian Bill of Rights - not Government Wrongs. All these intolerable acts are the result of our lost property rights. The Landowners are resolved to make Parliament restore "Our right to own, use, enjoy and earn a living on our private property" - free from the unnecessary and intrusive urban regulations that have closed our sawmills, slaughtered our abattoirs, broken the back of our family farms, threatened our maple syrup producers and clear-cut personal freedom and liberty from our woodlots and lands.

June 14 - Globe: Natives, residents could tee off over land claim

June 13 - Canadian Taxpayers Association: Six Nations Should End Protest and Pay Costs

June 13 - Haldimand News: OPP boss speaks out; Union is critical of aboriginals who defy law

June 13 - Chronicle: Teams watching police; Complaints will be filed

June 14 - Star: Day of action about awareness, not disruption, FSIN chief says

June 14 - FreePress: Skin colour irrelevant

June 12 - MNN: “Red-X” Tells the Feds:  “Quit Blowing Smoke Up Our Butts"

June 13 - Chronicle: Dunnville wants Wal-Mart; Company in positive talks with Six Nations

June 13 - Reformer: Haldimand OPP: Having options in reserve

June 13 - Ipperwash Inquiry: "Outsiders"

June 13 - Not Quite Convinced Yet?

June 13 - CHML: Interview with Chief MacNaughton about Caledonia

June 13 - Haldimand "Frustrated in Haldimand County"

June 13 - How & Why I became part of Caledonia Wakeup Call

June 13 - A ‘peaceful’ occupation drowning in lies

June 13 - Students Support First Nations Day of Action

June 12 - Harper’s process doesn’t affect Six Nations by Chief MacNaughton

Are they beyond being criticized for a weak performance?

 If certain members of the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team stood around and watched the apposing team continually score goals, night after night, I am sure that a few newspaper sports writers would print stories and post photos of the players who are responsible for such weak performances.

When the Ontario Provincial Police stood around and watched people being assaulted by aboriginal protesters “time after time”, a story was printed in the Caledonia Wake Up Call website about the weak performance of the officers involved, and photos of the officers were posted. 

Unlike a hockey player would react to criticism of his performance, the OPP officers who had their pictures posted moaned about the fact they were being exposed to the public, and are even trying to sue Gary McHale for posting their pictures.  Hell, we are paying the wages of those officers.  If they deliberately refuse to do the job we hired them to do, they should have their photos posted on billboards across the province.

John Newton
Cambridge Ontario

Jamie Jamieson Admits to Terrorist Attack on Power Station in Caledonia

I guess all the pro-Native side have been lying to the public for the past year.

June 13 - CP: 'It doesn't give me hope'

News from MPP Toby Barrett

June 12 - You’re invited to a reception

Spring 2007 - Toby's NewsLetter


Click on banner to goto Toby's site

Our Lawsuit Against OPP officers, Fantino, McGuinty's staff, OPPA President and Haldimand County

June 10 - CHTV: Interview regarding this countersuit

June 11 - Thank You Mr. Fantino: My Countersuit regarding Conspiracy

June 11 - Legal Papers - Counterclaim starts on page 19

June 11 - Spectator: McHale sues Haldimand County, Fantino, OPP association

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June 8 - FreePress: Women and Aboriginals - More two tiered justice

June 11 - OPP: Three Males Arrested after Firing Air Rifle

June 9 - OPP: Traffic Stop nets Loaded Shotgun

June 6 - Regional: Ipperwash Inquiry - Where's Mike Harris when you need him?

June 8 - Mountain News: Pinocchio Premier

June 11 - Post: Pursuing justice for Aboriginals by Jim Prentice

June 11 - CTV: PM to announce plans to speed land-claim cases

June 11 - CBC: New law expected to speed land claims

June 11 - Intelligencer: Confrontation not related to protest: Mohawks

June 9 - Six Nations flags in York

June 8 - Unhappy Canada Day!

June 7 - Sachem: Native firm refuses work

June 7 - Sachem: Developers to meet with Confederacy Council

June 6 - Why we must go to Deseronto

June 8 - Star: Day of Action lacks resonance in Saskatchewan

June 7 - CBC: Outspoken chief rejects council call to resign

June 10 Presentation in Caledonia



June 11 - Canada at the Crossroads: The Ipperwash Legacy

Mar 2 - The great pissing contest

Mar 26 - First Perspective: Feds appoint liaison official to deal with Mohawk specific claims

Mar 24 - MNN: Swarming as a Justifiable Tool

Mar 24 - Natives vow to occupy land for 'as long as it takes'

Mar 24 - Protests hurt Deseronto says mayor

Mar 23 - Intelligencer: Native protesters shut down quarry

Mar 23 - KingstonThisWeek: Mohawks block off disputed quarry

Mar 23 - KingstonThisWeek: Forbes to represent Deseronto residents in land claim dispute

Mar 22 - Intelligencer: Mohawks not happy with federal budget

Mar 23 - Spectator: Negotiations resume in Caledonia standoff

Mar 21 - Roy Green with David General - Nation wide protest

Mar 21 - Roy Green with Callers


Mar. 20 - Mark Vandermaas Interview regarding Ipperwash

Support Dave Hartless

from March 10

Mar 10 - Craig Grice Speech

Mar 10 - Gary McHale Speech

Fantino's Top Aboriginal Cop Charged

Mar 22 - Fantino's Top Aboriginal Cop Charged

Mar 21 - Packet: Police officer charged

Ontario

McGuinty Insults Residents with Compensation Plan

Over a Dozen Links Available

Mar 20 - John Tory: McGuinty has lots of money for everyone except Caledonia residents

Mar 20 - Roy Green with Maire Trainer

Mar 20 - Roy Green with John Tory

Mar 20 - News Report with McGuinty's reply to Compensation

Mar 20 - Roy Green with Callers

Mar 20 - CP: Tory budget may provoke blockades, chiefs warn

Mar 19 - Calgary AM770 Interview: Compensation Package & Ipperwash

Mar 16 - CBC: Many demonstrators not aboriginal, Algonquins say

Mar 16 - ‘Ipperwash Papers’ provoke racist threats

Mar 16 - ‘The Strength of a Woman’ - 14 year old ‘Dancer’ (Part 2)

Mar 15 -The Ipperwash Papers

The Ipperwash Papers

The UnTold Story

Why the Ipperwash Inquiry will not Help the Residents of Ipperwash or Caledonia

Our Presentation at Queen's Park

Native DCE Protester Arrested in USA

Mar 17 - Spectator: Caledonia activist gets bail

Mar 10 - Radio News Report: Laughing arrested

Mar 9 - NewsWatch: 4 charged with drug trafficking

Mar 17 - Indian Country: BIA grant to help Akwesasne combat border drug smuggling

There must be an Election Coming?

Remember the Liberal Party were in Power for 12 Years while the Residents of Ipperwash was Victimized.

Mar 17 - Spectator: Who speaks for you?

Mar 16 - CP: Talks go badly between government, native group on cutting rights

Mar 16 - CBC: Kashechewan rejects Timmins move: survey

Mar 16 - Expostor: Six Nations protesters surprise with title claim; Brantford business informed that land lease with band has expired

Mar 15 - CP: Ottawa balks at $500M cost of moving Kashechewan within traditional land

Mar 15 - CP: Ont. aboriginal agencies to receive reno funds

Mar 13 - Lakeshore: Local police complaints surface

Mar 13 - Spectator: Six Nations must sort out differences: Ramsay

Mar 13 - Star: 'Internal rifts' stall Caledonia talks

Mar 13 - CBC: Aboriginal protesters remove Highway 117 barricades

Mar 13 - CP: Too many people at the talks aimed at ending Caledonia occupation: Chief

Dancer: 14 Year Old Girl's cry for OPP Policing in Caledonia

Mar 11 - Please Police 6th Line

Mar 13 - CHTV: Residents at meeting over transfer of Burtch Land to Six Nations

Mar 15 - 24Hour News: Stephen Harper cabinet has discussed funding an unspecified "infrastructure" on DCE

Mar 14 - Spectator: Caledonia blockade activist jailed on U.S. drug charges

Mar 14 - Spectator: Chief wants fewer negotiators

Mar 14 - 1st Prespective: Open message from two former grand chiefs of Kahnawake

Mar 14 - CP: Rifts within Six Nations stall talks, chief says

Mar 13 - CP: Talks to end Caledonia occupation broken off

Mar 13 - Spectator: No more talks until chief back at table

Mar 13 - 1st Prespective: Caledonia talks stall due to Aboriginal in-fighting

Mar 13 - 1st Prespective: Traditional Aboriginal elders oppose highway blackade

Mar 11 - Warrior Society does not support Highway Blockade in Quebec.

Mar 12 - CP: Quebec highway blocked by aboriginal group seeking a say in forest sector

Mar 12 - Hazel: What the heck is going on? - What's going on is the same genocidal tactics of the past.

Mar 8 - Roy Green & Steve Willians (President of GRE: A private company is involved in the negotiations of land claims?)

Mar 12 - CKRZ: Report of Native Emergency meeting

Mar 12 - Spectator: We need one voice, say natives at meeting

Mar 12 - CHML: Six Nations infighting to be ironed out

Mar 9 - MNN: U.S. would like to come into Canada and make slaves of Canadians

Mar 10 - Spectator: Chief refuses to attend Confederacy meeting

Mar 9 - Sachem: Community shows its support for Hartless

Mar 9 - Sachem: Hewitt seeks Liberal nod

Mar 9 - Expositor: General dismisses altercation report

Mar 9 - Sun: Native society claims responsibility in Olympic flag theft

Mar 9 - CKRZ: Native News Reports from around Canada

Mar 8 - Roy Green & Chief General

Mar 7 - Chronicle: Six Nations wants revenue from lands; Moulton, Canboro part of 352,000 acres which were leased for 999 years

Mar 2 - Sachem: Six Nations Chiefs look back on year-long reclamation

Mar 2 - Sachem: Confederacy respond to notice of action in 4.4 trillion dollar lawsuit

Mar 2 - Sachem: Take time to stand up for town

Mar 2 - Sachem: The most unpredictable story ever

Feb 28 - Regional: One Year Comments By Bill Jackson

Feb 28 - Regional: Cop under fire for role in Caledonia dispute

Feb 28 - Regional: Infighting amongst Six Nations has Confederacy crying 'cash grab'

Feb 28 - Regional: One year… and counting

Feb 28 - Regional: Saskatchewan-style compensation needed for Caledonia: resident

Feb 28 - Regional: The next Ipperwash?

Dec 16 - Sachem: OPP have a lot of nerve for calling residents "juvenile"

Dec 16 - Sachem: Skirmish was with OPP… not natives

Mar 7 - CHTV: Talks off & Trevor Miller

Mar 8 - Free Press: Confrontation outside meeting suspends Caledonia negotiations

Mar 8 - Spectator: Caledonia talks break off

Mar 7 - Emergency Six Nations Community meeting to be held

Mar 7 - Roy Green & McGuinty

Mar 7 - Health Canada Promotes Smoking to 8 Year Olds

Mar 6 - 1st Prespective: Opponent of Six Nations activities in Caledonia to release 'Ipperwash Papers'

Mar 6 - 1st Prespective: BC Aboriginal community signs hydro deal

Mar 5 - Katenies: Mohawk grandmother remains in hiding, defying arrest warrant

Mar 4 - Background: Katenies defies the colonial US-Canada border

Mar 2 - 1st Prespective: BC Aboriginal group shows solidarity with Six Nations standoff

Feb 28 - Palestinian: Open Letter to the People of Six Nations

Mar 7 - Kyle Stubbins.com - another voice against Landclaim Terror & Two Tier Justice

I'm just another ordinary Canadian who wants their voice to be heard.

Mar 3 - McMaster's big cash crunch

Mar 2 - The great pissing contest

Mar 1 - Native protest spreads to Brantford

Feb 28 - Still More OPP Two-Tiered Tactics

Feb 27 - The public speaks

Feb 25 - The Myths of Caledonia

Feb 23 - More of Fantino's Two-Tiered Tactics

Feb 22 - Like I said -- it's all about the money

Feb 9 - McMaster Professor discusses issue with Caledonia resident

Jan 19 - March for Freedom

Jan 17 - Another OPP "Top Cop"?

Dec 21 - Fantino sticks another foot in his mouth

Mar 7 - CBC: For Teacher - The Battle for Aboriginal Treaty Rights

Mar 7 - Star: Native group mulls Ahenakew's return

Mar 6 - CNEWS: Canadian natives stress equal status as nation at London portrait exhibit

Mar 6 - Reuters: Corporate awareness seen key to Canada mining rush

Mar 4 - Gazette: Charest calls on Harper to honour Kelowna aboriginal accord

Dear Gary, Mark and all the kind people who stood up for my big brother and all those who dare to have a different opinion from the OPP Commissioner and our poor excuse for a Government.

I am proud to have him as my brother and as my friend and to know the man he is will truly show you why he stands for what he believes in. From the time we were little he always knew what he wanted and who he wanted to be.

I am truly saddened by the OPP Commissioners attempts to bully my brother into submission. As his sister I would like you to know that this will never happen.  David is true to his word and his beliefs and will deal with whatever comes his way with honour.

Proud Sister Laura Hartless  

Caledonia Class Action Lawsuit coming to Hamilton in June

Three days in June will be crucial to a class action lawsuit that has been filed on behalf of residents and businesses in Caledonia.

The motion for certification of the action as a class proceeding, will be heard in Hamilton's Superior Court of Justice from June 18th to 20th.

The class action was started last June, and seeks damages against Haldimand County, the former O-P-P Commissioner and Cayuga Detachment Commander and the Province of Ontario.

It's a result of issues related to the ongoing occupation of the former Douglas Creek Estates development site, including the closure of provincial and municipal highways.

Jan 12 - Plaintiffs' Factum - A Must Read

Nov 30 - Class Action Press Release

Nov 24 - Notice of Motion for Certification

Sep 26 - Class Action Press Release

Aug 11 - Class Action Press Release

Jun 12 - Class Action Press Release

Jun 12 - Statment of Claim

Road of Hope - Cry for Help from 14yr old Girl

Additional Information

Residents had a private meeting with OPP & Mayor and Councillor Grice back in December where this girl presented her story. On Feb. 9th at Town Hall Meeting residents asked about policing on 6th. line. Nothing has changed.

Mar 4 -‘The Strength of a Woman’ - 14 year old ‘Dancer’

Mar 6 - Spectator: McGuinty, Fantino standing shoulder to shoulder

Mar 5 - 1st Prespective: Leaked Lineral report calls for changed Aboriginal system

Mar 5 - 1st Prespective: Former slaves denied tribal membership in US

Mar 4 - AP: Tribe slave descendants face uncertainty

Mar 5 - Star: Watching, waiting in Caledonia

Mar 5 - Spectator: 'Occupy' versus 'own'

Mar 5 - Spectator: Rally supports outspoken officer

Feb 8 - MP John Cummins: B.C. Tsawwassen Treaty could cost Canada $122 BILLON

Jan 31 - Re: "Treaties no threat to salmon fishery,"

Mar 4 - “She:kon Mark” - Karone:rorakwe shares thoughts from DCE with VoC

Mar 3 - A Community Hero!

Mar 4 - March for Freedom - Caledonia supports Dave Hartless

Mar 3 - Focus Ontario Interview with Fantino

Mar 5 - Free Press: Caledonia standoff strains OPP resources

Mar 5 - Spectator: Illegal colonialism

Mar 2 - Star: Natives target Brantford retail site

Mar 1 - CTV: Ottawa 'missing' in Caledonia: OPP Commish

Mar 1 - Toronto Sun: Fantino: Force may need more cops for Caledonia

Mar 1 - McGill: MacNoughton: 15 people at the site could quickly become 2,000

Further Proof of OPP Two Tier Justice

Any Marches by non-Native are not allowed to go down Argyle St. and not allowed to block traffic - WHY then did the OPP help the Native Protesters do what the OPP has arrested non-Native people for?

Feb 28 - CHTV: Nation Protesters March down Argyle St.

Mr. Fantino, End OPP Two Tier Justice

McGuinty Meets with Six Nation but Continues to refuse to meet Caledonia Residents

Mar 1 - Expositor: Governments all talk, no action: MacNaughton

Feb 28 - FreePress: Lack of political will to resolve Caledonia could lead to more standoffs: chief

Mar 2 - Expositor: Natives protest at building site

Feb 26 - Gutless in Caledonia

Feb 28 - Interview from Calgary - When Does No Mean No

Mar 1 - Roy Green, Stephen LeDrew and John Crispo

Mar 1 - FreePress: Caledonia standoff may force OPP hiring

Feb 28 - CBC: Caledonia land dispute still simmering 1 year later

Feb 28 - Spectator: Political relations

Feb 26 - Macleans: The native protest in Caledonia approaches an unhappy anniversary

New Audio Interveiws to our web site:

Dec. 19 - Mark Vandermaas Interview

Dec. 19 - Judi McLeod Interview

Fantino ATTACKS Free Speech but still no arrest on Major Crimes

Feb 24 - Mr. Fantino: You have wakened the sleeping giant and the giant will not rest until he finds you.

Feb 23 - Fantino muzzles victim of Caledonia violence - March for Freedom to follow!

Feb 23 - More of Fantino's Two-Tiered Tactics

Feb 23 - Spectator: Off-duty cop has a right to speak out

Feb 23 - CHML: Off-duty cop has a right to speak out

Feb 24 - Expositor: Caledonia: when will it end?

Feb 24 - Ipperwash Inquiry vs. Rule of Law in Caledonia

Feb 20 - Ontario's Radical Liberal Party writes off Rural Ontario

Mar 1 - Spectator: Year of 'procrastination'

Mar 1 - Spectator: Rally supports Six Nations

Mar 1 - Spectator: Kudos for dispute report

Mar 1 - Expositor: Governments all talk, no action: MacNaughton

Feb 28 - CP: Lack of political will to resolve Caledonia could lead to more standoffs: chief

Feb 26 - ‘Black Bow Campaign’ to commemorate “The day the Rule of Law died”

Feb 28 - Questions for Roy Green show re Caledonia 1 year later

Feb 28 - CHML: Ramsay

Feb 28 - CHML: Mayor Trainer & Toby Barrett

Feb 28 - CHML: Cheif David General

Feb 28 - CHML: Listener Feedback

Feb 28 - Spectator: Six Nations: A year of self-discovery and rekindled pride

Feb 28 - Spectator: Caledonia: 'There's no light at the end of the tunnel'

Feb 28 - Spectator: Timeline for trouble

Feb 28 - Spectator: Hartless not a Caledonia claimant

Feb 26 - Review: McGuinty, Harper cards to be delivered this week

Feb 27 - Ken Hewitt is running as a Liberal - Anyone Surprised?

Feb 27 - Globe & Mail Poll - Amazing how attitudes have changed

Feb 27 - How did the Protest get started

Feb 27 - Religious Extremism to justify your Protest - We must stop all development.

Feb 25 - Windsor Star: How can Canadian flag be considered illegal?

Feb 27 - Black Wednesday Video (Black Ribbons)

Feb 27 - Spectator: Heroes or Villains

Feb 27 - Spectator: Hewitt, Laughing, Hennings, Jamieson, Hill and McHale

Feb 27 - Spectator: If not for Six Nations, we would be speaking French

Feb 27 - Spectator: More than a one-sided version of history needed

Feb 26 - Expositor: Resolving Caledonia dispute requires 'patience'

"Remove justice and what are kingdoms but gangs of criminals on a large scale!" St. Augustine (354-386)

Feb 24 - Hazel Hill: make a STRONG statement on February 28th

Feb 26 - Globe & Mail: Caledonia standoff nears first anniversary

Feb 26 - Spectator: Standoff 'will make or break us'

Feb 26 - Spectator: Land Locked - Caledonia's Broken Peace and the search for answers

Feb 26 - Spectator: Equal rights to opinions

Feb 25 - MNN: What is the Onkwehone Democratic Agenda?

Feb 25 - CP: No end seen to Caledonia standoff

Feb 24 - Hazel Hill: On February 28th it will be one year since the land reclamation began

Feb 23 - Globe & Mail: Minister issues warning ahead of native human-rights complaint

Feb 21 - MNN: Indian Affairs “Tower of Terror” in Hull Quebec

May 1 - McMaster University: Six Nations' Request for Mediation by United Nations

Click for Full Story

Feb 24 - Caledonia land claim BOGUS? 16 Questions for investigators

Chronological

2003-2008 - Haldimand County OPP Contract

2001 - Municipal Act

We want to thank Mayor Trainer, Haldimand Council, Ramsay, McGuinty, Stewart, the Alliance, the OPP and the Native Protesters for telling the public for 8 months just how Great the Negotiations have been going and how everyone should just sit back and let Big Brother solve all their problems. We, on the other hand, have been telling the people in Caledonia and People throughout Ontario & Canada that until average citizens take a Stand NOTHING will be done to solve the problems.

Everyone wants to Pass the Buck but who will take a Stand?

Does it surprise anyone that these Leaders have spent more energy attacking people who speak up versus solving the problems.

Feb 22 - Roy Green: $4.4 Trillion Lawsuit, Tim Danson Constitutional Lawyer

Feb 22 - Roy Green: Marie Trainer

Feb 22 - Roy Green: David Ramsay

Feb 22 - Roy Green: Listener Feedback

Feb 23 - Spectator: Laughable bids, sad resolutions

Feb 23 - Spectator: Six Nations Confederacy Council blasts court action

Feb 23 - Spectator: Native threats, denial surface over lawsuit

Feb 23 - Spectator: Caledonia negotiations near turning point

Feb 23 - Expositor: Massive lawsuit stirs anger on Six Nations

Feb 22 - Sachem: Grice hopeful communities will recover from occupation

Feb 22 - Sachem: The Caledonia land claim: One year later

Feb 22 - Spectator: Ironic twist to Mohawk group's suit

Feb 21 - Tekawennake: Feedback: Stewards of the Haldimand Treaty

Feb 18 - MNN: Mohawk Action filed in Colonial Court against Iroquois Confederacy

Feb 20 - Toby Barrett: Unhappy anniversary, Caledonia – February 28

Feb 20 - CD98.9: Finley Under Fire For Expenses

Feb 20 - CKRZ: Mother Claims Son Forgetten: In Court Wednesday

Feb 19 - Free Press: Recipe for disaster

Feb 14 - Chronicle: Stewart and McDougall quiet on Six Nations response to Canada

Feb 14 - Regional: Why do councillors not support Gary McHale

Feb 14 - CBC: Workshop raises awareness of aboriginal justice

Feb 17 - Caledonia Top Ten

Feb 18 - Review: Impartial arbitration needed for Caledonia issues

Feb 18 - Miss Horn you have gone too far!

Feb 17 - LFP: Powder keg

Feb 17 - IMC: A Struggle For Land: Native Americans Today

Feb 16 - Review: Ontario cabinet will decide Caledonia compensation

Feb 9 - From McMaster Meeting: Why Should Canadians Support Six Nations Land Rights

Miss Horn Women's Study Course Outline from Concordia University

Feb 18 - Mohawk News: “The takeover of Turtle Island” by the Frencho

Feb 16 - Vancouver 24: Video of Olympic Ceremony Disruption

Feb 16 - KKKANADA: we are still at war with KKKanada

Feb 14 - Spectator: Tears, applause as activist freed

Feb 6 - Grassy Narrows protesters refuse to plea to charges

Feb 7 - Turtle: Lawyer Files Constitutional Question in Ontario Court

Jan 31 - Haldimand: Hagersville Barrister MacCarthy Comments on DCE issue

Bo Chausse's Lawsuit Against OPP for false Arrest and defamation.

Jan 12
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Feb 17 - I shall celebrate the demise of the McGuinty Liberals

Feb 12 - Caledonia Resident: Get Out and Get Involved

Feb 17 - ‘The Strength of a Woman’ - Lisa Parent

Feb 16 - Citizen: It's time for Canada to pay up

Feb 15 - Review: Frustrations continue over DCE

McGuinty: Sign a deal with Whom???

Feb 14 - CKRZ: Mohawk Residents file Multi-Trillion Dollar Lawsuit

Feb 14 - Tekawennake: Mohawks file $4.3 trillion Notice of Action

McMaster Professor discusses issue with Caledonia resident

Toby Barrett leads Caledonia council to water…but they won’t drink!

McMaster University Speeches

Feb 12 - Intro - George Sorge

Feb 12 - Chief Allan McNaughton

Feb 12 - Chief Leroy Hill

Feb 12 - Hazel Hill

Feb 12 - Nation to Nation

Feb 12 - Great Law of Peace

Feb 12 - World Comparison

Feb 12 - United Steel Worrkers

Feb 12 - Confederacy Negotiators

Feb 12 - Canadian Flag Upside Down

Feb 12 - Its not Negotiable

Feb 12 - Archaeology and Development

Feb 12 - Gary McHale

Feb 12 - I'm Mohawk

Feb 12 - Negotiations

Feb 12 - We let you stay

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Jan 1, 2000 - CFPP: Aboriginal self-government will likely solve nothing. Joining Canada's mainstream will

Feb 13 - Voice of the People from Jan. 20th.

Feb 13 - Spectator: Natives claim land still belongs to them

Feb 13 - Time to Take a Stand - Feb 9 Meeting

Feb 12 - CBC: First Nation appeals town's wastewater pipeline

Feb 12 - Mohawk News: We're Taking over North American

Feb 12 - Timmer: Hearings into his Actions

Feb 9 - McMaster Professor discusses issue with Caledonia resident

Feb 8 - CBC: Court case puts Yukon land-claim agreement to the test

Feb 9 - Craig Grice Speech

Feb 9 - Craig Grice - Q & A Period

Feb 9 - Craig Grice - A Direct Question deserves a Direct Answer

Feb 8 - Spectator: Fear, anger at meeting in Caledonia

Feb 8 - Spectator: Native protester gets bail

McMaster University Supporting Illegal Occupation
What Happening in Caledonia?

VoC letter to McMaster University President

Feb 8 - Caledonia Resident email to McMaster Professors

Alliance Letter to McMaster

McMaster Reply to Alliance

National: Chief Louie - "Get a Job"

Feb 8 - Bellchanber: Request for digital photographs

Feb 8 - Sachem: OPP recruits getting to know Haldimand

Feb 8 - Expositor: MPP angry over licence bureau closing; Users of Caledonia office told to go to Hamilton or Hagersville

Feb 7 - Chronicle: Dunnville area land claims to be part of government negotiations; Canadian government stands by legality of DCE surrender

Feb 7 - Review: Capital budget exposes more Caledonia issues

Feb 7 - Review: New OPP recruits on patrol

Feb 7 - Review: Harper, McGuinty to receive Feb. 28 anniversary cards

Jan 12 - Plaintiffs' Factum - A Must Read

Nov 30 - Class Action Press Release

Nov 24 - Notice of Motion for Certification

Sep 26 - Class Action Press Release

Aug 11 - Class Action Press Release

Jun 12 - Class Action Press Release

Jun 12 - Statment of Claim

Feb 7 - Globe & Mail: Finley: Tobacco tax break aimed at minister's riding

Feb 6 - Now that we have established that the land was in fact surrendered, where does that leave us?

Feb 6 - Toby Barrett: Abandoned by the Provincial Government

Feb 6 - Sachem: Council concerned over DCE costs

Feb 6 - Sachem: Syrie's flags stolen

Jan 19 - A Channel: Interview with Mark Vandermaas

Feb 5 - Record: Cottagers hurt by native-federal dispute

Feb 5 - Globe & Mail: Natives to hit Ottawa with rights complaint

Feb 1 - Regional: Hagersville Barrister MacCarthy Comments on DCE issue

Feb 3 - McGuinty's lawless DCE stand-off bitten by POGG

Feb 3 - MNN: Developers Flocking like Starlings to Six Nations Long House

Feb 1 - MNN: Onkwehonwe Youth Fearlessness and Restlessness! Colonists, Whatcha Ya Gonna Do Now?

Feb 1 - OPP Use Of Breach Of Peace Practices

Feb 2 - TVO -Sleepless in Caledonia: Are Our Governments Failing Us? - 32mins

Feb 3 - Disagree with me and you're racist?

Feb 3 - Arrest the Christian 'Outsider'

Feb 2 - Spectator: Province holding secret meetings in Caledonia

Feb 1 - Review: Councillor holding Caledonia town hall meeting

Feb 1 - Review: Flag thefts disturb Caledonia family, Six Nations protesters

Feb 1 - CBC: RCMP to investigate Kanesatake Mohawk police

Feb 1 - Spectator: Transfer of charges in CH assault case

Jan 31 - CP: Ontario First Nation grants cottagers one-month extension to leave land

Jan 31 - CTV: Dispute delays payments to victimized natives

Jan 29 - CBC: First Nations want more cigarettes, cancer society wants fewer

Jan 29 - Leader Post: Passport restrictions fly in face of tradition

Jan 28 - Christmas Prayer

Jan 28 - Canada is NOT a Country: An Iroquois Perspective

Jan 27 - Intelligencer: Mohawks want land claim settled

Jan 23 - CBC: New passport requirement for U.S. air travel 'irritates' Mohawks

Jan 18 - Expositor: Martin to devote life to solving Canada's native problems

What is Native Oral History

Someone's Video of Jan. 20th

Stories from the World of the X-Files

Jan 27 - Hazel Hill: Crown Keeps Faltering on 6 Nations' Claims

Jan 25 - MNN: Sexual Harassment / Child Molestation Strategy of Choice to Attack Onkwehonwe Men

Jan 25 - MNN: Elizabeth Johns' "Yellow Journalism" Demonizes Onkwehonwe?

Jan 25 - MNN: Warning! Is York University Setting up "False Experts" on the Onkwehonwe?

Jan 16 - MNN: Clifford Sunday: Akwesasne Band Council and Law Society Work together to Destroy an Onkwehonwe Lawyer

Jan 22 - First Nations launch court action over Toronto landfill

Jan 10 - Radio interview with Deseronto Native Protesters

Jan 28 - Reveiw: Canada stands by legality of DCE surrender

Jan 28 - Reveiw: DCE issues altered county policing in 2006

Jan 28 - Caledonia land claim BOGUS? 15 Questions for investigators

Jan 27 - Globe & Mail: Six Nations Caledonia claim invalid, Ottawa says

Jan 27 - Spectator: Ottawa, Six Nations outline positions

Jan 26 - intelligencer: Protester charged

Jan 26 - CKRZ: “Not very impressed.”: Chief McNaughton

Jan 26 - CP: Aboriginals admit their hunting may be part of Arctic caribou decline

Jan 26 - Review: No offers tabled with Caledonia land dispute negotiators

Jan 26 - Review: Resident denounces secret Caledonia compensation process

Jan 25 - CFP: Fantinoland

> Jan 17 - Thunder Bay: Grassy Narrows vetos clear-cutting

Jan 26 - Independent Photos from Jan 20

Jan 24 - Turtle: Drive-by Shooting at Six Nations Police Officer's Home

Jan 26 - "Dump on McHale" by Caledonia Resident

Jan 26 - "Dump on McHale" part 2

Jan 26 - Spectator: Land claim would fail in court: report

Jan 26 - Spectator: Native treaty money should pay for OPP in Caledonia

Jan 26 - Sachem: Natives shout "Go home Gary"

A New Forum for Caledonia

New Video - Proof of OPP Two Tier

Jan 25 - VIDEO EVIDENCE: Two Tier Justice - By the Numbers

Jan 24 - Haldimand Review: Flag-raising event like a game of cat and mouse, says Fantino

Jan 24 - Haldimand Review: OPP association sees return to policing with new boss

Jan 24 - Haldimand Review: County arbitration may change OPP costs across province

Jan 24 - Haldimand Review: OPP contract increasing four per cent

Jan 24 - Calls for equal application of the Law

Jan 21 - Haldimand Review: Land dispute interrupted music school construction

Jan 23 - CP: Alberta govt deal that allows Metis to hunt without licences not enforceable

Jan 23 - Intelligencer: Landowner hires lawyer Clayton Ruby

Jan 22 - VoC letter to Chief of London Police Service

Jan 23 - Mohawk News: Bench warrant for Janet Davis

Dec 2006 - Windspeaker: New relationship already in progress?

Jan 22 - *** OPP Two Tier *** OPP still refuse to lay charges - of course, it has nothing to do with RACE

Jan 22 - OPP: Outsiders & Interlopers stay away

Jan 22 - Fantino: The Coward

Jan 22 - OPP Unity Rd: Open & Honest Dialogue about who will get arrested for putting up Canadian Flags?

Jan 22 - Fantino enforces Two Tier Justice

Jan 22 - Mr. Fantino: You are a Liar or your Officers don't obey you?

Jan 22 - Spectator: Protest falters as Fantino stands firm

Jan 22 - Canadian Press: Riot police watch Caledonia protest

Jan 20 - CTV: Riot police keep order at Caledonia protest

Jan 20 - Globe & Mail: Polarizing figure takes on native protesters

Jan 20 - Globe & Mail: OPP toughen stance in Caledonia standoff

More Lies & Deception from Fantino & Ontario Government

Jan 19 - Stop Whining and deal with the facts

Jan 20 - Councillor Craig Grice speaks out

Jan 20 - Spectator: It's about accountability: McHale

Jan 20 - Globe & Mail: Polarizing figure takes on native protesters

Jan 19 - Haldimand Review: Six Nations to fly Canadian flag

Jan 19 - John Tory message to Gary McHale

Jan 19 - Roy Green: Ramsay talk about Settlement

Jan 19 - There is a Limit to Free Speech and to Stupidity

Jan 19 - Timmer FEARS for his Life

Jan 19 - March for Freedom

Jan 18 - Let us now join together to destroy Two Tier Justice

Jan 17 - Regional News: Caledonia under siege – one year later

Jan 19 - Spectator: Builders consult natives on $1b in plans

Jan 17 - Regional News: Comment by Bill Jackson

Jan 17 - Regional News: New top cop for Haldimand

June 2006 - Clyde Powless tells Natives it may take generations to settle the land claims and calls upon his people to be patient

Jan 7 - 13 Reasons why you need to be in Caledonia, Ontario on January 20/07

Jan 18 - Roy Green: What Politicians will do this election

Jan 18 - Roy Green: Mayor Trainer on Settlement

Jan 18 - MPPs Barrett & Hudak appreciates VoiceofCanada.ca

Jan 17 - Another OPP "Top Cop"?

Jan 17 - Spectator: Province offering 6.4-km agricultural belt, cash in lieu of land

Jan 17 - MPP Toby Barrett speaks out

Jan 17 - MPP Toby Barrett ends the debate: VoC & CWUC are ‘Outsiders’ no more!

Jan 12 - Press Release by Chief Allen MacNaughton

Jan 17 - Chronicle: Council reviewing policing options

Jan 17 - Chronicle: Council disappointed with DCE negotiations

Jan 17 - CP: 9,000-year-old artifacts found on occupied land in Caledonia, Ont.

Jan 16 - CKRZ: OPP lay charge from May 22, 2006 event

Jan 16 - MarKKK Vandermaas: VoC slandered again (yipee!)

Jan 16 - Martin Luther King Jr. vs Gary

Jan 16 - Gary McKKKale

Jan 16 - AM 640 interview

Jan 8 - Native Protesters and KKK share ideology

Jan 1 - Christian Extremists = Muslim Extremists = Native Extremists

Jan 15 - To Mayor Trainer: the "Chamberlain Effect"

Jan 12 - Caledonia: Letter to Liberal MPP Ted McMeekin

Jamieson: This is bigger than the Land Claim

According to Media & Natives we had only 200-400 people out on Oct. 15th

Dec 18 - Free Trevor Miller aka Person who pleaded guilty 3 weeks ago to beating a Pregnant woman - aka Person on charges for robbery & assault (notice that they may have 30 people out to support their protest which includes family - even with support of the union they only got 30 people out.)

Jan 14 - Our Presentation at Caledonia Lion's Hall

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Jan 14 - Gary does what OPP refuse to do: "Open & Honest Dialogue"

Jan 14 - OPP perform their job Impartially today

Jan 14 - VoC speech in Caledonia: “It WAS worth it, Jack.”

Jan 14 - Timmer the "Outsider" gets his hands slapped

Jan 14 - London Free Press: A Londoner likely to be jailed for a protest in Caledonia next Saturday wants others to join him.

Open Letters to Commissioner Fantino

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BREAKING NEWS

Jan 15 - Windsor Star: Occupation absurdity

Jan 13 - Globe & Mail: Nunavut: Optimistic fresh start has gone unrealized

Jan 12 - Intelligencer: Mohawk protesters charged

Jan 13 - CHTV TIGERS CHEW UP FANTINO!

Jan 13 - Canadian flag victorious over OPP Two Tier Justice!

Jan 12 - Confusion in Caledonia has a name: Marie Trainer

Jan 10 - Sachem: Flags go up on Argyle St. property

Jan 9 - Sachem: Fantino sending 50 new OPP officers to Haldimand *** Fantino Admits SUPREME COURT states we can put up Canadian Flags ****

Jan 12 - Spectator: There's no going back, let's live in peace

Jan 12 - Spectator: Fantino should become a resident of Caledonia

Jan 11 - Haldimand Reveiw: Councillors frustrated with federal news on land claim negotiations

Jan 11 - Haldimand Reveiw: Fantino steering OPP toward connection

Jan 10 - Regional News: McHale’s willing to get arrested…again

Jan 11 - Courage in Caledonia has a name: Chris Syrie

Jan 11: Fantino: If I'm a 'Bad Cold' then what do you call the Native Protesters?

Jan 10 - Shawn Brant - Deseronto Protester Profile

Jan 10 - Dear Commissioner Fantino: Sir, you owe Canadians an apology

Jan 10: BREAKING NEWS - OPP Officers admit to Orders

Jan 10: Fantino: You can run but you can't hide!

Jan 10: Wacko - Juvenile - Bad Cold

Jan 10 - Roy Green: Mayor Trainer & Chief David General *** Chief General admits the Natives are the stumbling block in Negotiations ***

Jan 10 - Spectator: Fantino will beef up Caledonia's OPP squad

Jan 10 - Globe & Mail: Hope runs out in cottage country

Jan 7 - Mohawk News: Natives Reject US & Canadian Authority

Jan 5 - Mohawk News: Will the Queen be at the execution wearing dark glasses?

Jan 10 - Spectator: Five questions for Julian Fantino

Jan 9 - Spectator: Native protester refuses to follow court protocol at his bail hearing

Jan 7 - Haldimand Review: Gunshots herald start of New Year

Jan 9: OPP Commissioner: A Man or a mouse?

Jan 8 - Roy Green: What's instore for 2007

Oct 15 - Good Video from Oct. 15 March for Freedom - Produced by pro-Native side.

Jan 8 - Spectator: Six Nations suspect called prisoner of war

Ontario Coalition Against Poverty

Ontario Coalition Against Poverty copied the Warrior Flag to get their logo. Here are a few stories from these "outsiders" from Toronto who the OPP and McGuinty never seem to talk about.

Jan 7 - Six Nations: One Year, One Struggle, Many Victories

Jan 3 - Six Nations: Province Rewards Racism

Dec 18 - Six Nations: Racism Out of Control

Dec 13 - Six Nations: get the government a calculator

Dec 4 - Six Nations: Caledonians try to stir up trouble

Jan 4 - OPP: Arrest Made – Assault Police Investigation 20APR06

Jan 4 - OPP: "Making Ontario Communities Safer" is New Year's Resolution of New OPP Recruits

Aug 10 - Brave OPP Heroes Defend "Native" Flag

Jan 4 - Does past oppression justify present violence?

Jan 3 - Jamie West: Fantino Crys the Blues

Jan 4: Why is Gary McHale in Caledonia?

Jan 3 - 570New: Interview with Gary McHale

"I think the society must take every means at its disposal to defend itself against the emergence of a parallel power which defies the elected power in this country and I think that goes to any distance. So long as there is a power in here which is challenging the elected representative of the people I think that power must be stopped and I think it's only, I repeat, weak-kneed bleeding hearts who are afraid to take these measures."

Jan 4 - More Leery of Commissioner Fantino

Jan 5 - Star: Lease dispute ousts cottagers

Jan 5 - Spectator: OPP arrest suspect in Caledonia assault

Jan 4 - Haldimand Review: Man arrested for assaulting police officer

Jan 4 - Haldimand Review: Return of Confederacy begins move to unity

Jan 3 - Expositor: Not going quietly - Kashechewan reserve

Jan 4 - Expositor: City takes down sign erected by native group

Jan 4 - Spectator: OPP to get $20m for policing in Caledonia

Jan 4 - Spectator: Land claim fears choke growth, says Trainer

Jan 3 - Chronicle: Trainer looks to the future

Jan 3 - 570New: Poll - Reserve near Cities?

Jan 3 - 570New: Jeff Alan's Views

Jan 3: Expositor: You are no longer in Canada

Jan 2: CTV: McHale planning another Caledonia protest

Jan 2: CBC: Rights legislation a smoke screen: First Nations leader

Jan 2: CanWest: Majority of non-aboriginals oppose new urban reserves: poll

Jan 2: Spectator: Caledonia trying to woo shoppers

Jan 2: Spectator: Policing must rebuild trust

Dec 31: Mohawk News: Hired guns like the KKK, skinheads and rioters and 'porky pig’s' navy

Jan 1: Deranged haters like this Kahentinetha Horn

Jan 1: Extremists

Jan 1: Archaeological review

Dec 29: Haldimand Review: Drawing attention with peace

Dec 30: OPP disobeys Supreme Court of Canada

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June 8/ 07 - Stockwell Day - Why has Shawn Brant not been arrested?

Shawn Brant & the Direct Terrorist Threat to Canada

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Police Admit this is Terrorism

.. April 22/ 07 - Toronto Sun: "It's rural terrorism," said one police officer at the scene.

Shawn Brant has VIOLATED his Bail conditions

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Feb 9 - McMaster Professor discusses issue with Caledonia resident

Jan 19 - March for Freedom

Jan 17 - Another OPP "Top Cop"?

Dec 21 - Fantino sticks another foot in his mouth

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Feb 26 - Introduction

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Feb 28 - Update with Federal Negotiator

Mar 2 - What is in the Future

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Jan 21 - OPP & OPPA vs. Supreme Court of Canada and the Charter of Rights & Freedoms

Jan 14 - Our Presentation at Caledonia Lion's Hall

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Black Ribbon Campaign.

Feb 28/2007 Marks a year long struggle with the current Government/OPP/Negotiation team.  A Simple gesture of tying a Back Ribbon on your car Aerial visually show your dissatisfaction with the current DCE situation.

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Feb 22 - Toby: Black Ribbon Compaign

VICTORY
OPP TWO TIER JUSTICE IS PROVEN

I have been told that at late Friday Night about 30 Natives have put up a Canadian and US Flag in front of DCE
OPP stood by and watched.

Therefore, it has been clearly proved that it is only illegal for non-natives to raise the Canadian Flag.

Jan 19 - Haldimand Review: Six Nations to fly Canadian flag

Jan 20 - Spectator: It's about accountability: McHale

Jan 20 - Globe & Mail: Polarizing figure takes on native protesters

Jan 20 - Councillor Craig Grice speaks out

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Jan 8: Introduction

Jan 8: Mayor Trainer

Jan 8: OPP False Arrests

Jan 8: SkyWoman aka NYcrimewatch

Important Stories

Jan 6 - Expositor: Flag-raising a peaceful gesture: McHale

Dec 26: Free Press: McGuinty breaks promise to Caledonia

Dec 22 - History has been made this week! Toronto Star & St. Catharines Standard: “The rule of law is paramount…”

Dec 15 - CBC: Fantino named in $2.5M lawsuit

Dec 15 - Statement of Claim against Fantino

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Jan 21 - OPP & OPPA vs. Supreme Court of Canada and the Charter of Rights & Freedoms

Jan 14 - Our Presentation at Caledonia Lion's Hall

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Time to Give Our Heads a Shake!! 
It is with great interest and confusion that I continue to read letters from readers who are dismayed with Commissioner Fantino's most recent "policies".
The 3 that come to mind, and seemingly in their order of readers importance are: Cam Wooley, Cruiser Colours and the almost non existent 2 Tier Policing policy in Caledonia.

Having once appreciated Mr. Fantino's tough stand on policing and his apparent fair approach to the latter, I now see he has succumbed to political aspirations and/or correctness. How else could you interpret his inaction and refusal to administer the laws of the land in a fair and equitable manner in the Caledonia dispute. He has actually been quoted in his approach to leave the natives alone in their illegal occupation is to "keep the peace", yet to arrest the non-natives is to "keep the peace. Talk about sucking and blowing at the same time!!

Let's see now. Over a period of 1 year, one group has maliciously dug up and blockaded a highway, threatened and abused numerous citizens, unlawfully occupied disputed lands (while denying others entry to the same land), exercised vandalism and violence, destroyed public property and infrastructure, tossed a truck of a bridge and illegally set fires (only to mention a few instances). All of this highly illegal activity has been met with little or no criminal charges. Ultimately, this group's actions have been ratified and thereby deemed acceptable by the inaction of the authorities.

On the other hand, another group is arrested and forcibly confined in a jailhouse overnight, (without official charge) for the erection of our national symbol of democracy and freedom- The Maple Leaf. You know, the thing that many of our ancestors died for and many of our service people are currently fighting for. There are repeated threats issued by the OPP commissioner as well as the OPPA (read union) guaranteeing "legal action" if any officers are injured during a protest or dispute.

I, as well as countless other Canadian Citizens need to know: Is the Government of the day dictating to the OPP NOT to enforce the law and existing court order, or is the OPP unilaterally opting to disobey the laws of the land on its own volition.

Either way, I can't imagine my father, after 5 years in the Battle of the Atlantic on a destroyer, (W.W.II) would condone this type of suppression of speech and selective police state. Actually, I thought this is what he fought against, and, so did he I'm sure!!!

Time to spend less time on Cam Wooley, Less money on Cruiser Colours and more of both on the real issues at hand

Chris Robertshaw - Mississauga

VICTORY
OPP TWO TIER JUSTICE IS PROVEN

I have been told that at late Friday Night about 30 Natives have put up a Canadian and US Flag in front of DCE
OPP stood by and watched.

Therefore, it has been clearly proved that it is only illegal for non-natives to raise the Canadian Flag.

Jan 19 - Haldimand Review: Six Nations to fly Canadian flag

Jan 20 - Spectator: It's about accountability: McHale

Jan 20 - Globe & Mail: Polarizing figure takes on native protesters

Jan 20 - Councillor Craig Grice speaks out

Quebec Native Occuption

Jan 11 - Globe & Mail: Massive Quebec hydro project faces native opposition

Jan 11 - CP: Que. announces start of biggest hydro project in a decade; some Cree opposed

Jan 11 - CBC: Eastmain hydroelectric plant a go

Jan 11 - CTV: Charest launches massive Quebec dam project

Jan 11 - CTV: 2 different Videso on concerns over Dam

John Diefenbaker once said,
"You can't stand up for Canada with a banana for a backbone."
Ipperwash - Caledonia - Deseronto
OPP Two Tier is Spreading

Jan 11 - Intelligencer: Native protesters threaten to shut down area business

Jan 11 - Intelligencer: Many in Deseronto upset at protest

Jan 11 - Globe & Mail: Mohawks stage protest over housing project

Jan 11 - CBC: Land claim protest worries Deseronto mayor, Mohawk chief

Jan 10 - Intelligencer: Mohawk land protest

Jan 10 - CBC: Deseronto quarry blocked by Mohawk protest

Jan 10 - CP: [Natives in] Deseronto violence threatened

Jan 10 - CBC: Mohawks barricade Deseronto quarry

Jan 10 - Intelligencer: Minister appoints consultant to help settle land dispute between Mohawks, developer

Dear Gary, (Jan 10, 2007)

The comments you are making regarding Fantino and the OPP practices sat with me like a flashback when I read them today.  In the West Beach Land claim the OPP constantly told residents their hands were tied and they could not deal with harassment and intimidation from the First Nations towards property owners.

After the death of Dudley George, it became worse in that while watching criminals engage in activity against residents, they would not pursue them into the park or the former base.

These areas became a no man's land and reaching these areas meant the criminals were free of prosecution. 

Many incidents involving natives were not reported on the OPP Crime Alert Website, or if the person involved reached the safe haven of the base or the park, this bit of info was deliberately left out of the report.

Some incidents were not investigated for several days because the OPP had one liaison officer and if he was ill no other officer was allowed to deal with the situation if it involved natives who may be at the base or the park.

It is very demeaning to a person to constantly be told by OPP we cannot do anything that may incite violence by the First Nation however, at the same time we were expected to endure the abuse and not complain to help the police to not do their job.    At what level must the violence be in order for the police to act like they should???

At what level must the residents be terrorized that the OPP feel now is the time we should act to protect the public and use the criminal code to stop the perpetrators of crime?

The report from the Inquiry will not be available until February.  What will Julian Fantino's changes be then, and how does he know now that changes will be forthcoming??  If the status quo is to be maintained, how is the public expected to put up with what has occurred to date and may escalate in the future depending on this report????

Once again legitimate complaints from innocent victims are being trivialized and mocked by the leader of the OPP.

We all deserve better representation from this man.  He should be ashamed of his behaviour, and that of his troops.

Respectfully Submitted,

Mary-Lou ( another juvenile whacko from Ontario)

New Threats to Freedoms

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Jan 8: Mayor Trainer

Jan 8: OPP False Arrests

Jan 8: SkyWoman aka NYcrimewatch

Important Stories

Jan 6 - Expositor: Flag-raising a peaceful gesture: McHale

Dec 26: Free Press: McGuinty breaks promise to Caledonia

Dec 22 - History has been made this week! Toronto Star & St. Catharines Standard: “The rule of law is paramount…”

Dec 15 - CBC: Fantino named in $2.5M lawsuit

Dec 15 - Statement of Claim against Fantino

Listen Up News Video

Haldimand County's Election:

Aug 4 - Gwen Boniface back in Canada People Triumph - the Fall of Gwen Boniface

I think the way she handled Caledonia was deplorable. The lack of direction we saw from her was inexcusable. If this was in Hamilton, the chief would be on TV everyday. No that she is leaving the OPP, (officers) will be optimistic" – OPP officer [Hamilton Spectator]

Aug 4 - Two Tier Negotiations
Why is it Native People are allowed to know what is going on in the Negotiations while we have to leak Liberal Plans to provide any information to the public? Why is it that Mr. Nolan hasn't told us what is happening at the table?

Aug 4 - OPP block road at Thistlemor and Breamar
According to OPP Media the OPP will be blocking part of Thistlemoor & Breamar 24/7 because of complaints made by residents, not natives, about on-lookers coming to the area. No pass is needed but you need to identify which house you are going to. Is anyone aware of any residents' complaining to the OPP to stop on-lookers? Are the police stopping Natives there as well?

Aug. 4 - Media Attention
Despite Mr. McGuinty's attempts to punish the media we can tell people that both US media and Irish Media are now contacting us. The People's Story will be Told


Aug 3 - Welcome to Ipperdonia

Petitions

Demand the Removal of Monte Kwinter

258 days - Native Crime Spree Continues

325 days remaining in Native Crime Spree

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Important Stories

According to the Natives they have never been paid for the land - Here are the costs we never paid for.

$6.1++ Billion Indian Affairs

Federal Budge - Aboriginal Section

2006 Auditor General Report: Native Programs

Notre Dame School

Aug 3 - Minutes of N.D.S. Parents Meeting

Aug 3 - Report & Comments

Aug 3 - Spectator: Berm proposed for native site

Class Action Lawsuit

Class Action Lawsuit Papers - against OPP and Haldimand County

Class Action Web Site

Sep 26 - Class Action Press Release

Aug 1 - Class Action Press Release

Jun 12 - Class Action Press Release

1st Nations Issues

Ontario Native Band Map

$6.1++ Billion Indian Affairs

Native Myths

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