Chronological

------ 2008 Local Media ------

Dec 23 - Regional: Letter - Can Hilary and I become pen pals?

Dec 23 - Regional: The Meaning of Christmas

Dec 17 - Regional: Commissioner Fantino is character witness for Clyde Powless

Dec 17 - Regional: Thank you from Doug Fleming: I Recently Lost The Most Loyal Friend I've Ever Had

Dec 17 - Regional: Remediation of Edwards Landfill halted

Dec 10 - Regional: Court Beat

Dec 10 - Regional: Police arrest landfill protesters

Dec 10 - Regional: Comment - Two wrongs don't make a right

Dec 10 - Regional: Letter - Last and final letter

Dec 10 - Regional: Letter - Justice or injustice

Dec 03 - Regional: Letter - Brief critical summary not blatant assault

Dec 03 - Regional: Trainer testifies to double standards at McHale hearing

Dec 03 - Regional: Politicians frustrated with province's inaction

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Toby Barrett ignores the issues in attempt to help Caledonia

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Statement - Police service statement on Fagan property "smoke shack"

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Editorial - The end of chapter or the beginning of the next

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: McHale defending himself in court

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Activists surrender to Men's Fire

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Grand River Avenue construction begins again

Nov 26 - Tekawennake: Ruby and Floyd call it quits

Nov 26 - Regional: Letter - Outraged by letter

Nov 26 - Regional: Letter - Saddened by pending resignation

Nov 19 - Regional: Letter - Hatred alive and well

Nov 19 - Regional: Letter - The problem is culture

Nov 19 - Regional: Charter challenge could be precedent-setting

Oct 29 - Regional: 'Last indignity of a long list so far'

Oct 29 - Regional: Dunnville, Delhi endorsed Finley's re-election

Oct 29 - Regional: Need clarity on land titles

Oct 29 - Regional: Mayor should look in mirror – time to move forward

Oct 22 - Regional: Fantino wanted McHale brought to court

Oct 22 - Regional: MPP, mayor want to see federal progress on local issues

Oct 22 - Regional: Province says no to land dispute hearings

Oct 22 - Regional: Comment - All about language

Oct 22 - Regional: Letter - Women set to blow the whistle on Canada at the U.N.

Oct 22 - Regional: Letter - Buckle in for a long ride

Oct 08 - Regional: Solutions to land claims debated

Oct 08 - Regional: Letter - Who do we blame for Caledonia mess?

Oct 01 - Regional: Minister of Public safety visits Haldimand

Oct 01 - Regional: Candidates to debate in Dunnville, Caledonia

Oct 01 - Regional: Caledonia man arrested on DCE, charges

Oct 01 - Regional: Letter - I must confess

Oct 01 - Regional: Comment - What we should be hearing

Oct 03 - Sachem: Insulted by the OPP's Officer of the Year choice

Sep 26 - Sachem: Vandalizing election signs is an offense

Sep 24 - Regional: Comment - Does it matter where a candidate lives?

Sep 24 - Regional: Cabinet shuffle disappointing, says mayor

Sep 24 - Regional: OPP make arrest on occupied land

Sep 24 - Regional: Thousands of acres of fruit land are at risk

Sep 24 - Regional: Mayor seeks bylaw opposing additions to reserve

Sep 19 - Sachem: Gary McHale's bail conditions relaxed

Dec 14, 2007 - Sachem: Caledonia, now known as the Twilight Zone

Sep 17 - Regional: Letter - Silent majority must be more active

Sep 17 - Regional: Comment - The main election issue for Caledonia

Sep 17 - Regional: McHale gets bail restrictions lifted to electioneer

Sep 17 - Regional: Letter - Caledonia claims would be first priority: Ignatieff

Sep 12 - Sachem: Inhabitants of Twilight Zone

Sep 10 - Regional: Letter - Brantford police can do it

Sep 10 - Regional: Letter - What about OPP contract?

Sep 10 - Regional: Letter - Abiding and abetting the lawbreakers

Sep 10 - Regional: Letter - Situation no longer tolerated

Sep 10 - Regional: Letter - Shades of the three Stooges

Sep 10 - Regional: Comment - Election candidates prepare to battle it out

Sep 10 - Regional: HDI demands fee for wetland restoration

Sep 10 - Regional: Six Nations Confederacy says no to $26 million offer

Sep 10 - Regional: Council maintains notification agreement with Six Nations

Sep 10 - Regional: Local candidates shuffle with federal election call

Sep 05 - Sachem: McHale to run in election

Sep 03 - Regional: Letter - What did we do to deserve this?

Sep 03 - Regional: Comment - Residents fed up with being held hostage

Sep 03 - Regional: Letter - Fantino letter inappropriate, says Barrett

Sep 03 - Regional: Turmoil returns to Caledonia

Aug 27 - Regional: Letter - Nanfan proves Six Nations have no right of occupancy

Aug 27 - Regional: Comment - Additions to Reserves

Aug 27 - Regional: Additions to Reserves policy involves little municipal input

Aug 27 - Regional: Children warned after throwing stones from bypass

Aug 27 - Regional: Residents ask police to ‘protect our families’

Aug 27 - Regional: Ambulance response under scrutiny

Aug 20 - Regional: Wal-mart a no-go for Dunnville

Aug 20 - Regional: Friday rally at OPP detachment in Cayuga

Aug 20 - Regional: Council could dissolve notification agreement with Six Nations

Aug 20 - Regional: Message to the citizens of Caledonia

Aug 20 - Regional: Caledonia resident charged after clash with OPP Inspector

Aug 20 - Regional: Interference could provoke counter actions, says quarry operator

Aug 20 - Regional: Which came first, the counselling or the mischief?

Aug 13 - Regional: Comment - Doug Fleming granted absolute discharge

Aug 13 - Regional: We have to move to equality

Aug 13 - Regional: Comment - Police "aggressively" monitoring Highway 6 bypass

Jul 30 - Regional: Controversial quarry in native hands

Jul 30 - Regional: Comment - Is it really about the land and not the money?

Jul 23 - Regional: The private prosecution approach

Jul 23 - Regional: Comment - Who knew that defamation was part of a cop's job description?

Jul 23 - Regional: Province's new negotiations rep won't speculate

Jul 23 - Regional: Some ideas to curb the illegal tobacco trade

Jul 16 - Regional: Plan B

Jul 16 - Regional: Aboriginal Affairs funding for Caledonia celebrations

Jul 9 - Regional: Insp. McLean is rebuked

Jul 4 - Sachem: Are we holding the province accountable?

Jul 4 - Sachem: Council may really get a month off

Jul 2 - Regional: Liaison predicated on a lie

Jul 2 - Regional: Comment

Jul 2 - Regional: Local struggles depicted in artwork

Jul 2 - Regional: Buck passing continues over smoke shacks

Jul 2 - Regional: Bill C-21 helps dispel “sovereign nation” notion

Jun 27 - Sachem: Council fed up with ongoing letter writing

Jun 27 - Sachem: Montour letter sparks spirited discussion at council

Jun 25 - Regional: Letter: Long view easy for some

Jun 25 - Regional: Letter: Hugs and handshakes for peace efforts

Jun 25 - Regional: Comment: Problem with new coalition

Jun 25 - Regional: New community liaison here to communicate

Jun 25 - Regional: Developers want municipalities to pay Six Nations

Jun 18 - Regional: We need to take the long view

Jun 18 - Regional: Land claim negotiations postponed at request of Six Nations

Jun 17 - Regional: 'I have a dream' True Charter Equality

Jun 11 - Regional: Bill's Comment - Injunction or Private Prosecutions

Jun 11 - Regional: Extortion evidence against Montours to be presented in court

Jun 11 - Regional: Barrett to Bryant: Beleaguered home builders need a 'Relationship Fund' as well

Jun 4 - Regional: Comment By Bill Jackson - Teacher's Union

Jun 4 - Regional: Certification for Class Action suit moving forward

Jun 4 - Regional: Fighting for rights

May 23 - Sachem: Native land ownership issue decided before

May 16 - Sachem: Who else can the people turn to?

May 14 - Regional: Extortion charges pending against protesters

May 14 - Regional: Comment By Bill Jackson

May 14 - Regional: If it's not extortion, what is it?

May 7 - Sachem: Questions for Gary McHale

May 7 - Regional: County won't conform with HDI protocol

May 7 - Regional: Violence is Easy, Peace requires Effort

May 7 - Regional: OPP Crime Unit investigating bypass blockade: McLean

May 7 - Regional: Meeting today

May 7 - Regional: Putting out small fires

May 2 - Sachem: Questions for Six Nations

Apr 25 - Sachem: Bryant tells council negotiations are best

Apr 25 - Sachem: McHale, Vandermaas threaten minister with lawsuit

Apr 23 - Regional: Comment by Bill Jackson

Apr 23 - Regional: Halidmand looking for answers

Apr 23 - Regional: If you build it they will come

Apr 23 - Sachem: At home with Gary and Christine McHale

----- 2008 Links ------

Dec 31, 2008 - CBC: Inuit seal hunters exempt from proposed new rules: DFO

Dec 31 - CBC: Tobacco power walls banned in N.B. stores as of Jan. 1

Dec 31 - Brantford Expositor: Deaths, protests topped local headlines in '08

Dec 31 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Haldimand Mayor Reflects On 2008

Dec 31, 2008 - Kingston Whig Standard: 'We didn't sign anything'

Dec 30 - CBC: Thousands rush to prove Mi'kmaq ancestry to join landless band

Dec 29 - Jim Anderson calls on public to support Petition

Dec 29 - CBC: New Saskatchewan casino opens

Dec 29 - Chatham Daily News: Fantino should cut rhetoric

Dec 29 - Hamilton Spectator: High-end auto thefts rise

Dec 29 - Brantford Expositor: What a difference a year makes

Dec 26 - Ken Hewitt's Open Letter to the Commissioner Julian Fantino 

Dec 26 - Kingston Whig Standard: Driving and common sense

Dec 24 - Kingston Whig Standard: Mohawk council slapped with second lawsuit

Dec 24 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Smugglers in slammer

Dec 23 - Thunder Bay News: Kenora scraps police force

Dec 23 - The Regional (York Region): MP chides top cop's proposal

Dec 23 - Globe and Mail: Stickhandling his way through aboriginal politics

Dec 23 - Toronto Star: Fantino targeting bad drivers in winter

Dec 23 - Toronto Sun: Hit 'em where it hurts

Dec 24 - Chronicle:  Caledonia residents [Ken Hewitt] launch petition for Fantino's resignation

Dec 22 - CBC: Province rejects OPP chief's idea to make negligent drivers pay costs

Dec 19 - CTV News: Tory's announcement plan scorned by critics

Dec 22 - CTV News: Tory's seat search narrows with Senate appointments

Dec 22 - Kingston Whig Standard: Erasing cultural barriers

Dec 22 - Belleville Intelligencer: Second multi-million dollar lawsuit launched against Mohawk band council

Dec 22 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawks opposed to cop shop launch lawsuit

Dec 22 - Brantford Expositor: Police seize contraband cigarettes

Dec 22 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Police seize tobacco products, alcohol, driver charged

Dec 22 - Canadian Press: Saskatchewan aboriginal leader throws hat in ring for July 2009 election

Dec 22 - Canadian Press: Patrick Brazeau's Senate appointment comes as no surprise, observers say

Dec 20 - London Free Press: Costly Aboriginal programs do little to help vast majority of Aboriginals

Dec 20 - Toronto Star: Tory to announce plans for his leadership on Jan. 9

Dec 20 - Ottawa Sun: Part 14 - 'We have a crisis here'

Dec 19 - Ottawa Sun: Part 13 - Crime and punishment

Dec 18 - Ottawa Sun: Part 12 - Native inmates face 'systemic discrimination'

Dec 17, 2008 - National Post: Poundmaker's lesson

Dec 17 - Ottawa Sun: Part 11 - Native treatment in jails a 'national disgrace'

Dec 16 - Ottawa Sun: Part 10 - Aboriginal policing

Dec 15 - Ottawa Sun: Part 9 - Refuge for homeless

Dec 14 - Ottawa Sun: Part 8 - Traditional medicine

Dec 14 - Ottawa Sun: Part 8 - Follow the path of the Ojibway

Dec 13 - Ottawa Sun: Part 7 - The elder and the Native artist

Dec 12 - Ottawa Sun: Part 6 - Victim of the streets

Dec 11 - Ottawa Sun: Part 5 - First Nations School teaches 'who we are'

Dec 10 - Ottawa Sun: Part 4 - Hero of the Native children

Dec 09 - Ottawa Sun: Part 3 - Cold case injustice

Dec 08 - Ottawa Sun: Part 2 - Tragic legacy, historic apology

Dec 09 - Ottawa Sun: Part 2 - Suffer the children

Dec 06 - Ottawa Sun: Part 1 - Murder, abuse and Native injustice

Dec 06 - Ottawa Sun: Part 1 - Profiles of the urban Native

Dec 06 - Ottawa Sun: Part 1 - Culture clash

Dec 20 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawks break ground on housing project

Dec 19 - National Post: Reserve has $19M and mouldy homes

Dec 19 - Globe and Mail: Mountie gets house arrest for beating, dumping aboriginal man

Dec 19 - Dunnville Chronicle: Ministry waits for notice about waste delivery to dump

Dec 19 - Dunnville Chronicle: Council cuts membership at Caledonia liaison table

Dec 19 - Dunnville Chronicle: Canada, Ontario and Six Nations to resume negotiations

Dec 19 - Ottawa Sun: Smokes, booze, dope found in smuggler's truck

Dec 19 - Toronto Star: John Tory staying put as party leader

Dec 19 - National Post: Appeal denied for officers fired after freezing death

Dec 19 - National Post: Theo Caldwell: Christians don't need to hide in the festive bushes

Dec 19 - National Post: National Post editorial board: The overt bias of Canada's CHRC thought police

Dec 19 - Globe and Mail: Tory's political future unclear

Dec 19 - CBC: Carmacks chief demands answers in Silverfox death

Dec 18 - Canadian Press: Supreme Court of Canada won't review findings of Stonechild inquiry

Dec 18 - Globe and Mail: Baby abductor asks court to eliminate her sentence

Dec 18 - Globe and Mail: Saskatoon police lose in Supreme Court bid

Dec 17 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Few Akwesasne residents work in city: Sunday

Dec 17 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawk band faces $74M suit

Dec 17 - Toronto Star: Quarry on Mohawk territory sparks lawsuit

Dec 17 - Globe and Mail: McGuinty calls property assessments 'unrealistic'

Dec 17 - Globe and Mail: B.C. Premier pledges 'historic' legislation to avert protests

Dec 17 - CBC: Chief's home vandalized following welfare cheque changes

Dec 16 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Police seize 200,000 cigarettes

Dec 16 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawk residents file $74M lawsuit against band council, owner of operation

Dec 15 - National Post: The difficult un-appointment

Nov 28 - National Post: Fantino rebuked in attempt to remove judge from disciplinary hearing

Nov 25 - National Post: Judge in OPP hearing has 'profound' bias: lawyers

Nov 19 - National Post: Fantino accused of stalling hearing

Dec 15 - National Post: Big city Indians: Aboriginals do better off reserves

Dec 15 - Brantford Expositor: Plans to convert Burtch frustrated

Dec 15 - Brantford Expositor: Federal government must 'stay apologized,' say aboriginal leaders

Dec 15 - Brantford Expositor: 'We're never going to heal'

Dec 15 - CTV News: RCMP, Que., and aboriginal police tackle crime

Dec 15 - Globe and Mail: Blockade leader says he's a 'political prisoner'

Dec 14 - Canadian Press: 'Top-level' panel to pick new truth commission head: lawyer

Dec 13 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Border agents seize $217,000

Dec 13 - Brantford Expositor: Deaths of native women hit home for local resident

Dec 13 - Ottawa Sun: PART 7: The elder and the Native artist

Dec 12 - Toronto Sun: PART 9: Refuge for homeless

Dec 12 - Simcoe Reformer: New post gives MP Finley economic power

Dec 12 - Stoney Creek News: Time to butt out illegal cigarettes

Dec 12 - Dunnville Chronicle: GET THE FACTS

Dec 12 - Dunnville Chronicle: Protesters stop garbage delivery

Dec 12 - Canadian Press: Inuits top lung cancer rates: study

Dec 12 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder:TAX MONEY GETS SMOKED

Dec 12 - Globe and Mail: Ottawa's stand at climate talks hurting native rights, chiefs say

Dec 12 - CBC: Inuit group denounces EU decision to ban import of polar bear parts

Dec 11 - Canadian Press: Inquiry wanted after Winnipeg police cleared in Mba native man's shooting

Dec 11 - CBC: It was an accident, says father of 2 girls who froze to death

Dec 11 - Orillia Packet & Times: Uncollected tobacco tax equals deficit

Dec 04 - Frontenac News: Shabot Obaadjiwan comes to accommodation agreement with Frontenac Ventures

Dec 11 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Man Arrested on Two-Year Warrant

Dec 11 - Kingston Whig Standard: Court orders forfeit of minivan

Dec 11 - CTV News: Tory still working to find a seat at Queen's Park

Dec 11 - Hamilton Spectator: Suspect in Douglas Creek incident arrested

Dec 11 - Hamilton Spectator: Hamilton case targets Racco police secrecy

Dec 11 - Toronto Star: Secrecy at issue in Supreme Court case

Dec 11 - Canadian Press: Alberta aboriginals file court challenge to province's system of oilsands leasing

Dec 11 - CBC: Tory unlikely to meet year-end deadline to find seat in Ont. legislature

Dec 10 - Hamtilon Spectator: Four charged for disrupting dump protest

Dec 10 - Hamilton Spectator: OPP charge Caledonia protester

Dec 09 - Dunnville Chronicle: HALT, Six Nations face OPP in showdown

Dec 09 - Toronto Star: McGuinty blames Ottawa for uncollected tobacco taxes

Dec 09 - Canadian Press: Supreme Court rules Ontario aboriginal leader won't have to return to jail

Dec 09 - Canadian Press: Inquest report clears Winnipeg police in aboriginal shooting

Dec 09 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Demonstration At Landfill Lands Four With Charges

Dec 09 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Traffic Stop Nets Man On Warrant

Dec 09 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Land Claim Negotiations To Resume Next Year

Dec 09 - Hamilton Spectator: Negotiations in new year

Dec 09 - Toronto Star: Lost tobacco taxes cost $500 million, audit says

Dec 09 - CBC: No racism in Dumas shooting: inquest report

Dec 08 - Brantford Expositor: Caledonia land claim talks off until next year, negotiators say

Dec 08 - Globe and Mail: Contraband cigarettes a $500-million problem, report says

Dec 08 - Toronto Star: Fantino won't testify at disciplinary hearing

Dec 08 - Toronto Star: Lawyers argue for Fantino to testify

Dec 08 - Toronto Star: Ontario misses $500 million in tobacco taxes

Dec 08 - CTV: Judges consider whether Fantino should testify

Dec 08 - CBC: Canadian Inuit at greatest risk of lung cancer: study

Dec 08 - CBC: Ont. misses $500M in tobacco taxes; court backlog gets worse: auditor

Dec 06 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Cops seize 570,000 smokes -duo charged

Dec 06 - Brantford Expositor: City clips access for eagle activist

Dec 06 - Kingston Whig Standard: High court upholds Lovelace decision

Dec 06 - Hamilton Spectator: RCMP seize illegal cigarettes

Dec 06 - Toronto Sun: PART 1: Murder, abuse and Native injustice

Dec 05 - Dunnville Chronicle: Garbage delivery possible next week at Edwards Landfill

Dec 05 - National Post: Father of frozen toddlers waits for sentencing decision

Dec 04 - Toronto Star: Ontario passes bill to outlaw cigarillos

Dec 04 - Brantford Expositor: Rama cash provides boost

Dec 04 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations boycotts Brant's official plan

Dec 04 - Kingston Whig Standard: Runciman says illegal sales cost province millions

Dec 04 - Globe and Mail: Inquiry committee recommends judge be removed from the bench

Dec 04 - Globe and Mail: 'Peer effect' lowering marks of aboriginals: study

Dec 03 - CBC: Family seeks judicial inquiry over man killed by RCMP

Dec 02 - Canadian Press: Alberta Metis sue province over constitutional hunting rights

Dec 02 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Waging a war on contraband tobacco

Dec 02 - Brantford Expositor: Tobacco sellers fume over spread of illegal cigarettes

Dec 02 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations faces crunch

Dec 02 - Kingston Whig Standard: Mining deal reached

Dec 02 - Ottawa SUN: Natives agree to Sharbot Lake uranium deal

Dec 02 - Toronto Star: John Tory running out of chances

Dec 02 - Globe and Mail: B.C. band seeks to regain custody of baby

Dec 02 - Globe and Mail: Teachers group censures First Nations University over independence

Dec 01 - CBC: University teachers group censures First Nations University of Canada

Nov 21, 2008 - Globe and Mail: PASSING THE TORCH THROUGH NATIVE HANDS

Sept 30 - CBC: 'Toothless' police watchdog needs overhaul: Ontario ombudsman

Sept 30 - Hamilton Spectator: Ombudsman slams police oversight agency

Sept 30 - Brantford Expositor: Developers should pay fees to natives

Sept 30 - Brantford Expositor: Gary McHale group greeted by heckler at city hall

Sept 30 - Brantford Expositor: Builder's project sparks opposition

Sept 30 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: City man charged after cops find contraband

Sept 30 - Globe and Mail: Mohawk activist Brant avoids jail time

Sept 29 - Canadian Press: New York City sues tobacco sellers on Indian reserve over bootleg cigarettes

Sept 29 - CBC: Ont. Mohawks blockade own reserve over band council's spending

Sept 29 - CBC: Aboriginal protesters block Trans-Canada near Regina in dispute over pipeline

Sept 29 - CBC: Mohawk protester Brant gets light penalty for blockades

Sept 29 - CBC: Innu hydro deal will be hard to sell, former leader claims

Sept 29 - Globe and Mail: Native leaders band together to broker direct investment deals with China

Sept 29 - Belleville Intelligencer: Brant found guilty of Day of Action charges

Sept 28 - Globe and Mail: Native leaders demand campaign attention

Sept 27 - Brantford Expositor: City ignores rule of law

Sept 27 - Brantford Expositor: City fines Gilchrist for bylaw violation

Sept 26 - Globe and Mail: Innu reach deal on Lower Churchill hydro project

Sept 26 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations chiefs agreed to sell land in 1844 document

Sept 26 - Brantford Expositor: City legal bill hits $274,000

Sept 25 - Hamilton Spectator: Native flag taken, Caledonia man charged

Sept 25 - Kingston Whig Standard: New committee looks to snuff out sales of contraband cigarettes

Sept 25 - Belleville Intelligencer: Protesters costing band big bucks, chief says

Sept 25 - Brantford Expositor: Natives raise alarm over Hardy Rd. plans

Sept 25 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Barrett Says Land Disputes Need To End

Sept 25 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Man Charged After Flag Theft

Sept 24 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Stirling Woods Assault Charges Dropped

Sept 24 - Hamilton Spectator: Charges dropped against teen accused in Caledonia beating

Sept 24 - Globe and Mail: AFN plans national day of political action

Sept 24 - National Post: Teens turning to contraband cigarettes, study finds

Sept 24 - CTV: Study suggests more teens smoking contraband tobacco

Sept 24 - Montreal Gazette: Contraband cigarettes attracting cash-strapped teens, report shows cash-strapped teens

Sept 24 - Belleville Intelligencer: New Mohawk police building put on hold after protesters set up blockade

Sept 24 - Brantford Expositor: New code of silence

Sept 23 - Brantford Expositor: NDP candidate opposes development for Hardy Road area

Sept 24 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: 38 per cent of teen smokers light up contraband, says study

Sept 23 - Hamilton Spectator: Second man arrested in Caledonia blockade

Sept 23 - Hamilton Spectator: More Hamilton teens smoking illegal butts

Sept 23 - Brantford Expositor: Blockade charges for Ohsweken man, 19

Sept 23 - Ottawa Citizen: Don't follow this leader

Sept 22 - Hamilton Spectator: MP under fire for low profile on native issues

Sept 22 - Canadian Press: Aboriginal council formally demands withheld housing project funds from Ottawa

Sept 22 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Eradicating poverty first step to healing: Fontaine

Sept 22 - Belleville Intelligencer: No polling station for reserve this year

Sept 20 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: $10 million lawsuit against feds

Sept 20 - Brantford Expositor: Man charged in Labour Day fracus

Sept 20 - Brantford Expositor: Bill for land claim negotiations $1.7M

Sept 20 - Montreal Gazette: Questions in Ontario's First Nations jury rolls

Sept 20 - Hamilton Spectator: Natives say man's arrest breaks deal

Sept 20 - CBC: Aboriginal issues missing from election campaign: First Nations leader

Sept 19 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: 10 arrests in massive tobacco bust

Sept 19 - Hamilton Spectator: Caledonia tense after native arrested

Sept 19 - CBC: Dion calls on Harper to fire minister's aide after remarks to Algonquins

Sept 19 - CBC: Western Copper to address First Nation's concerns on Carmacks project

Sept 19 - CBC: First Nation suing B.C. government over historic Vancouver Island farm

Sept 18 - CBC: Support growing for Behchoko liquor restrictions

Sept 18 - CBC: Harper's Quebec lieutenant apologizes for staffer's alleged racist remarks

Sept 18 - Globe and Mail: Tories apologize for "sober" remark to aboriginal protester

Sept 18 - Hamilton Spectator: Three legal actions stemming from native occupation in motion

Sept 18 - Hamilton Spectator: Caledonia builder suing province

Sept 18 - Hamilton Spectator: OPP battle Caledonia bypass vandals with lights

Sept 18 - Hamilton Spectator: Cabinet shuffle moves Bryant out of native portfolio

Sept 18 - CTV: Ont. cabinet shuffle creates new economic ministry

Sept 18 - CTV: Tories sorry for comments to native protester

Sept 18 - Canadian Press: Amid slowing economy, McGuinty shuffles cabinet and creates new trade ministry

Sept 18 - Brantford Expositor: Real leadership will help solve all the issues

Sept 18 - Brantford Expositor: How do protesters decide which sites to target?

Sept 18 - Brantford Expositor: Tobacco auction system will remain for another season

Sept 18 - Brantford Expositor: 'We're doing this on behalf of everyone in Caledonia'

Sept 18 - Government of Ontario - Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs: Caledonia Plans For Business Investment

Sept 17 - Finley Fears McHale

Sept 17 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Fontaine to focus on apology from church during speech to bishops

Sept 17 - Canadian Press: Federal government should rethink cap on funding for aboriginal students: minister

Sept 17 - Canadian Press: Family of builder beaten during native occupation hopes lawsuit changes policing

Sept 16 - Belleville Intelligencer: Brant to pay Mohawk band $600,000

Sept 16 - Canadian Press: Aboriginals threaten blockades if pipeline company doesn't hire native workers

Sept 16 - Brantford Expositor: Work stopped on Eagle Place housing site

Sept 16 - Globe and Mail: Exclusions to be grounds for appeal

Sept 11 - Frontenac News: Alienated Lands and leases: the changing face of uranium exploration in North Frontenac

Sept 15 - National Post: Natives threaten pipeline blockades

Sept 15 - Globe and Mail: Exclusion of natives from juries serious, says NDP Leader

Sept 15 - CBC: Kwanlin Dun wins court injunction on Whitehorse airport expansion

Sept 13 - Globe and Mail: Manitoba chief condemns inaction

Sept 13 - Brantford Expositor: Natives know two-tier justice well

Sept 12 - McHale returns to Caledonia

Sept 12 - Brantford Expositor: Local store bears brunt of attack on teen smoking

Sept 12 - Thunder Bay Source: Kenora holds meeting on disbandment of police services

Sept 12 - Montreal Gazette: Smoking foes call for probe

Sept 12 - Globe and Mail: Natives excluded from jury pool in Northern Ontario, coalition charges

Sept 11 - Montreal Gazette: Soundoff

Sept 11 - Brantford Expositor: Canadians need a genuine leader

Sept 11 - Brantford Expositor: Confederacy failed to consult people before saying no

Sept 11 - Brantford Expositor: No to $26M timed well

Sept 11 - Brantford Expositor: Arrest of two activists means trouble: protester

Sept 04 - Frontenac News: MNR drops charges against Gemmill’s, Frontenac Ventures

Sept 11 - Regina Leader-Post: Paid to make the grade

Sept 11 - Delhi News-Record: Promises, promises

Sept 11 - Is Diane Finley a liar?

Sept 10 - Belleville Intelligencer: Land claim just one issue in Tyendinaga

Sept 09 - Brantford Expositor: Vote for a person, not just a party

Sept 09 - Brantford Expositor: Fantino and his masters could care less

Sept 09 - Brantford Expositor: Two high-profile candidates will battle in Norfolk riding

Sept 09 - Simcoe Reformer: Campaign gloves are off

Sept 09 - Simcoe Reformer: The plot thickens

Sept 08 - Canadian Press: McGuinty won't endorse Dion's Liberals; will fight for Ont. in fed. election

Sept 08 - Canadian Press: Six Nations reject Ottawa's $26-million offer over Welland Canal flooding

Sept 08 - Brantford Expositor: Brant's top issue

Sept 08 - Brantford Expositor: Election shines light on local issues

Sept 08 - Montreal Gazette: Voters apathetic, angry, bored

Sept 08 - Hamilton Spectator: Store opens Six Nations tax-free haven

Sept 08 - Hamilton Spectator: Six Nations rejects $26m land-claim offer

Sept 06 - McHale will bring peace & justice – Mayor

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: Calnan's bid to end conflict hits roadblock

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: City action against protesters on hold

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: 'Situation is nothing we can solve'

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: The costs of policing

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: Seeking injunction is scandalous

Sept 06 - Brantford Expositor: Land claims won't make progress

Sept 06 - Montreal Gazette: Smuggling fine was a bargain

Sept 06 - CBC: Inuit truth hearings about more than sled-dog deaths: commission head

Sept 05 - Hamilton Spectator: MPP blasts letter from Fantino

Sept 05 - Montreal Gazette: Fear and loathing in Kanesatake

Sept 05 - Kingston Whig Standard: Taking a swipe at crime

Sept 05 - CBC: More needed in N.W.T. act for aboriginal languages, advocates say

Sept 02 - National Post: What our children learn: Pedagogy and prejudice

Sept 04 - CBC: First Nations leader questions use of lethal force

Sept 04 - Guelph Mercury: Protest seemed pretty clear to us

Sept 04 - Canadian Press: Revenue agency introduces new tobacco stamp to combat contraband

Sept 04 - Brantford Expositor: McHale seeks H-N seat in federal election

Sept 04 - Hamilton Spectator: McHale to run in election

Sept 04 - CBC: Search for escaped convicts on Alberta reserve comes up empty

Aug 28 - CBC: Misdirected memo latest gaffe in Sask. jail escape

Sept 02 - Caledonia residents win one during heated protest

Sept 03 - CBC: 2 OPP officers avoid instant penalties after being charged under street-racing law

Sept 03 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: McHale Plans To Run In Federal Election

Sept 03 - Brantford Expositor: Communicate respectfully

Sept 03 - Brantford Expositor: Native protester released on bail

Sept 02 - Toronto SUN: Aboriginal protester due back in court

Sept 02 - Hamilton Spectator: Arrests spark tension in Caledonia

Sept 02 - Globe and Mail: Native blockade sparks protest from group of Caledonia residents

Sept 02 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Two Protests In Caledonia

Sept 02 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Six Nations Upset With Grand River Authority

Sept 01 - Canadian Press: Ontario's top cop calls for end to blockades in Caledonia, Ont.

Sept 01 - Brantford Expositor: Activist 'flabbergasted' by reaction to messages to councillors

Sept 01 - National Post: Protesters blockade Caledonia

Sept 01 - CBC: Caledonia blockade ends within a day

Aug 30 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Police seize 400,000 illegal cigarettes

Aug 30 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Feds commit $20 million to fight contraband tobacco smuggling

Aug 29 - Brantford Expositor: Who speaks for Six Nations?

Aug 29 - Brantford Expositor: Floyd and Ruby Montour charged with mischief

Aug 28 - Natives try to evict Toby Barrett from his home

Aug 26 - Barrett under siege by Fantino

Aug 28 - Toby Barrett's Press Release on Intimidation

Aug 28 - Sorry, Mr. Barrett by Gary McHale

Aug 28 - Thunder Bay Source: Mining Act changes risks snuffing the industry Tory says

Aug 28 - Kingston Whig Standard: Companies faced allegations of improper dumping

Aug 28 - CBC: First Nation protest at N.B. school averted

Aug 27 - Canadian Press: Police arrest 18 tied to organized-crime group peddling drugs

Aug 27 - Cornwall Standard Freeholder: More light up with cheap smokes

Aug 27 - Kingston Whig Standard: Uranium mine talks at impasse in Toronto

Aug 27 - CTV: 'Operation Scarecrow' busts international drug ring

Aug 27 - KXLY News - Spokane Washington: Reservation raid nets 24,000 pot plants

Aug 27 - CBC: 19 charged in $4.5M Ottawa-Akwesasne drug bust

Aug 27 - Ottawa Police Service Press Release: Joint Services Drug Investigation: Project “SCARECROW”-- a success

Aug 27 - The Record: Grand River improvements to go ahead

Aug 27 - Brantford Expositor: Chuck Strahl has let down Brantford

Aug 27 - Brantford Expositor: Council right to stop him speaking

Aug 27 - Brantford Expositor: Work resumes, but critic of project remains

Aug 26 - Ottawa Citizen: Black market blamed for stable smoking rates

Aug 26 - Globe and Mail: Troubled reserve sues Ottawa over health

Aug 26 - Globe and Mail: Community denies drug problem after teen found dead

Aug 26 - Hamilton Spectator: Claims sank Wal-Mart: councillor

Aug 26 - Brantford Expositor: The Liberals are Nowhere Men

Aug 26 - Brantford Expositor: Work resumes on Oak Park Road project

Aug 26 - CD98.9 Haldimand County: Councillor Says Aboriginal Land Disputes Cause of Dunnville WalMart Deal Falling Through

Aug 25 - RCMP Press Release: O.P.P. vehicle stops lead to RCMP seizure of 600,000 contraband cigarettes

Aug 21 - RCMP Press Release: Vehicle stopped at OPP checkpoint leads to RCMP seizure of 238.3 kilograms of fine cut tobacco

Aug 20 - RCMP Press Release: RCMP, CBSA and OPP investigation leads to RCMP seizure of 2,500,000 contraband cigarettes

Aug 19 - RCMP Press Release: Joint RCMP and CBSA investigation leads to RCMP seizure of 300,000 contraband cigarettes

Aug 15 - RCMP Press Release: Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service traffic stop leads to RCMP seizure of 300,000 cigarettes

Aug 15 - RCMP Press Release: O.P.P. vehicle stop leads to RCMP seizure of 190,000 cigarettes

Aug 14 - RCMP Press Release: O.P.P. locate abandoned vehicle which leads to RCMP seizure of 188,400 cigarettes

Aug 24 - Grand Forks Herald: PRAIRIE VOICES: Official says Indians should stop pushing guilt

Aug 22 - Press Release from Indian & Northern Affairs Canada: CANADA MOVING FORWARD ON CAMP IPPERWASH NEGOTIATIONS

Aug 23 - Orillia Packet & Times: First Nations people lack leadership and accountability, writer says

Aug 25 - Miramichi Leader: Man alleges welfare denied due to vote choice

Aug 25 - Brantford Expositor: Let him speak to council

Aug 25 - Hamilton Spectator: No end in sight: Montour

Aug 24 - Hamilton Spectator: Future looks bleak for Six Nations land claims

Aug 23 - Cayuga Crown forces judicial review

Aug 23 - Brantford Expositor: Bid for warrants stalled

Aug 23 - National Post: Academics fear speaking freely in Canada

Aug 23 - Brantford Expositor: All sides of issues should be heard

Aug 23 - Brantford Expositor: A chance to learn

Aug 23 - Hamilton Spectator: Judge prefers notices to warrants for natives

Aug 23 - Hamilton Spectator: Aboriginal demonstrators have charges withdrawn

Aug 23 - Hamilton Spectator: Residents march in Caledonia

Aug 22 - CBC: Police 'not on top of organized crime': RCMP

Aug 23 - Canadian Press: RCMP issue warrant for suspect, 19, in slaying of man on troubled Alberta reserve

Aug 23 - Canadian Press: Winnipeg police combat string of shootings, inquiry that have tarnished image

Aug 23 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Caledonia Residents Calling on OPP

Aug 23 - Times Transcript: N.B. man faces sentencing circle

Aug 23 - Kingston Whig Standard: Protest to be held at meeting

Aug 22 - Daily Graphic Herald: Judge reserves decision on First Nations election dispute

Aug 22 - Brantford Expositor: The right to speak

Aug 22 - CBC: Widow of murdered band member says she was pushed off reserve

Aug 22 - Globe and Mail: Band members vote for payout of $5,000 apiece

Aug 22 - National Post: More than 900 organized crime networks across country: report

Aug 21 - Brantford council still cowards

Aug 21 - Floyd and Ruby update

Aug 21 - CBC: Officials prepare for possible First Nation protest at high school

Aug 21 - CBC: New funding for crime prevention in Nunavut

Aug 21 - Hamilton Spectator: Police nab overpass stone-throwers

Aug 21 - Hamilton Spectator: Land claims need new ideas: Dion

Aug 21 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Police seize some 2.5M illegal smokes

Aug 21 - Brantford Expositor: Go easy on changes to Mining Act

Aug 21 - Brantford Expositor: Explain issues in simple language to a five-year-old child

Aug 20 - Which came first, the counseling or the mischief?

Aug 20 - Brantford Expositor: Rally on Friday to 'Protect Families'

Aug 20 - Brantford Expositor: City jumps from frying pan into fire

Aug 20 - CD98.9 - Haldimand County: Stones Thrown Onto Road

Aug 20 - Thunder Bay Source: Revising the Mining Act is no easy task

Aug 20 - Hamilton Spectator: Developers reach out

Aug 20 - National Post: National Post Editorial Board on The Hobbema Gun Amnesty: It'll take more than ribbons of hope

Aug 20 - CBC: Selwyn Resources to begin talks with Yukon First Nation on proposed mine

Aug 19 - CBC: Band offers rewards to help solve Hobbema killings

Aug 19 - Hamilton Spectator: OPP: Clear brush to halt tossing of debris

Aug 19 - Belleville Intelligencer: Tobacco inspectors visit local store

Aug 19 - CD98.9 - Haldimand County: 10 Thousand Illegal Smokes Turn Up In Impaired Crash

Aug 19 - CD98.9 - Haldimand County: Haldimand Tract Good Neighbors Coalition Wants Help From The Public School Board

Aug 18 - Canadian Press: Relatives should tell gang members to leave violent Alberta reserves: RCMP

Aug 18 - Brantford Expositor: Police warn about debris being thrown from Highway 6 overpass

Aug 18 - CD98.9 - Haldimand County: Beware of Bypass

Aug 18 - Montreal Gazette: Innocent woman killed in gang shooting

Aug 18 - CBC: Latest gang shooting in Hobbema leaves woman, 20, dead

Aug 17 - Toronto Star: Can we talk openly about native issues?

Aug 17 - London Free Press: Brantford warrants falling on deaf ears

Aug 16 - Orillia Packet & Times: The Indian Act: cradle to the grave policies

Aug 16 - Orillia Packet & Times: Another response to land issue letter

Aug 16 - CTV News: Native leader says P.E.I. park needs name changed

Aug 16 - Hamilton Spectator: Protesters avoid court -- for now

Aug 16 - Brantford Expositor: City's bid for arrest warrants falls flat

Aug 14 - CHCH News: Brantford, natives return to court Friday

Aug 14 - Dunnville Chronicle: Why are talks taking so long?

Aug 14 - Dunnville Chronicle: Protest planned at OPP detachment

Aug 14 - Dunnville Chronicle: Feds will explain process in adding land to First Nation reserves

Aug 14 - Dunnville Chronicle: Fleming absolved of mischief

Aug 14 - Hamilton Spectator: No bend in quarry rules

Aug 14 - Hamilton Spectator: Six Nations still considering $26m offer

Aug 14 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Haldimand County: Six Nations Negotiators to Meet Saturday

Aug 13 - CBC: Court won't hear Sask. First Nation pipeline case

Aug 13 - Tekawennake: So much for being watchdogs for the community

Aug 11 - Kingston Whig Standard: Native man honoured for Bay of Quinte conservation work

Aug 11 - Brantford Expositor: Saskatchewan requires municipalities to consult with First Nations

Aug 11 - CBC: Manitoba's policing act 'ripe for review,' union says

Aug 09 - Hamilton Spectator: Rock thrown at window hurts passenger

Aug 09 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Man selling cigarettes on side of road

Aug 08 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Regain control

Aug 08 - Montreal Gazette: No more safe haven for wild drivers, residents say

Aug 08 - Montreal Gazette: Life intrudes on Rez Reality

Aug 08 - Canadian Press: Activists say tough task ahead on Alberta coalbed methane challenge

Aug 08 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Skyler Williams – UPDATE

Aug 08 - CBC: Manitoba opposition skeptical as province overhauls Police Act

Aug 08 - Dunville Chronicle: Native land claims dispute clouds county's future

Aug 08 - Hamilton Spectator: Caledonia CHCH trial adjourned

Aug 08 - Brantford Expositor: Your Forum

Aug 08 - Brantford Expositor: Wise businessman is facing a test

Aug 08 - Brantford Expositor: City seeks contempt ruling

Aug 07 - Ottawa Citizen: Woman charged after police pursuit

Aug 07 - Brantford Expositor: McHale has information

Aug 07 - Brantford Expositor: Let's see maps of dispute land

Aug 07 - Brantford Expositor: Establish path to resolution

Aug 07 - Brantford Expositor: City steps up legal action against natives

Aug 07 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Acrimony increasing between tribe and group opposed to the system

Aug 06 - Edmonton SUN: Contraband smokes costing government as much as $4M a day in taxes

Aug 06 - Thunder Bay Source: NAPS works swap of confiscated liquor for baby supplies

Aug 06 - Canadian Press: Native leaders call for inquiry into Winnipeg police after fatal shooting

Aug 06 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Trio face slew of tobacco charges

Aug 06 - Brantford Expositor: Don't give in to extortion

Aug 06 - Brantford Expositor: People must think for themselves

Aug 06 - Brantford Expositor: Opportunity for change

Aug 06 - Brantford Expositor: Protesters shut down King and Benton site

Aug 06 - Kingston Whig Standard: Retailers face charges for illegal tobacco sales

Aug 06 - CBC: Latest Hobbema death a homicide: RCMP

Aug 05 - Toronto SUN: Police say probe into fatal shooting won’t be swayed by uncle’s notoriety

Aug 05 - National Post: Winnipeg shooting victim's family blames police for ``senseless killing. ''

Aug 05 - National Post: Father of Winnipeg police shooting victim says no one helped his son

Aug 05 - CBC: Native leaders question police conduct in Winnipeg shooting death

Aug 05 - CTV News: Aboriginal leaders want public inquiry after shooting

Aug 05 - Brantford Expositor: Work stops at King and Benton site

Aug 05 - Brantford Expositor: Government not honourable

Aug 05 - Brantford Expositor: Panelists knew native issues

Aug 05 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Chiefs won't bend to critics

Aug 05 - CD98.9 Haldiman County: Tossing  Things From An Overpass Could Land You in Big Trouble

Aug 05 - TB News Source: Consultations start on revising provincial Mining Act

Aug 04 - CBC: Winnipeg police shooting angers First Nation

Aug 04 - CTV News: Police shooting was 'senseless killing': reserve

Aug 02 - CTV News: Man dies in Winnipeg police shooting

Aug 02 - Globe & Mail: Man shot by police after failed taser attempt

Aug 02 - Canadian Press: Environmentalists renew calls for opposition to development in Clayoquot Sound

Aug 02 - Globe & Mail: 'Extinct' tribe claims swath of Kootenays

Aug 02 - Brantford Expositor: Why are talks taking so long?

Aug 02 - Brantford Expositor: 'We don't have a solution to your problem,' says land claims negotiator

Aug 01 - Canadian Press: Liberals say Ottawa must address violence against women after aboriginal summit

Aug 02 - Globe & Mail: 'Extinct' tribe claims swath of Kootenays

Aug 02 - Brantford Expositor: Why are talks taking so long?

Aug 02 - Brantford Expositor: Injunction hearing set for December

Aug 02 - Brantford Expositor: Keep educating on issues

Aug 02 - Toronto Star: Perjury: Is it different for cops?

Aug 02 - Montreal Gazette: Arraignment delayed for driver charged in boy's death

Aug 02 - Hamilton Spectator: Money rules the earth

Aug 01 - Hamilton Spectator: Cost of justice a rights issue

Aug 02 - CBC: First gun turned in on Day 1 of amnesty in Hobbema

Aug 02 - CBC: Man arrested at Tsawwassen power line protest found guilty

Aug 02 - CBC: Teen cyclist killed when police chase enters Mohawk reserve

Aug 01 - Brantford Expositor: OPP seek public's help after debris thrown from overpass

Aug 01 - Brantford Expositor: Calnan clarifies his opinion

Aug 01 - Kingston Whig Standard: 'We came here to pray and think'

Aug 01 - Montreal Gazette: SUV kills teen after police chase

Aug 01 - Montreal Gazette: Executives revealed how cigarettes got into Canada

Aug 01 - Montreal Gazette: Tobacco firms cough up

Aug 01 - Globe and Mail: Ottawa gives tobacco growers $300-million to stop

Aug 01 - CBC: Anti-smoking group has mixed feelings about Big Tobacco fines

Aug 01 - CBC: 'Extinct' First Nation files B.C. land claim

Aug 01 - CBC: Teen cyclist killed when police chase enters Mohawk reserve

July 31 - Hamilton Spectator: Ministry probing quarry takeover

July 31 - Brantford Expositor: Coalition proposes peace plan

July 31 - Brantford Expositor: You can't satisfy everyone

July 31 - Brantford Expositor: Put pressure on federal government

July 31 - Brantford Expositor: PM's apology was sincere

July 31 - Brantford Expositor: No cheap quick fix

July 31 - Canadian Press: Groups boycott B.C. police complaint system, call for Police Act reform

July 31 - Toronto Star: Tobacco firms fined $1.15B

July 31 - CTV News: Big tobacco to pay record fines after guilty plea

July 31 - National Post: Two tobacco companies fined $1.1-billion for smuggling

July 31 - Globe and Mail: Tobacco firms hit with $1-billion in penalties

July 31 - CBC: Tobacco giants to pay up to $1.15B over contraband sales

July 31 - Canadian Press: Big tobacco gets smoked for $1.15 billion over contraband cigarettes

July 31 - Frontenac News: Bob Lovelace returns to Robertsville to deliver a  teaching

July 31 - CANACE counters T.R.U.E. attempt to rewrite Caledonia history

July 30 - Brantford Expositor: Meeting held little truth - T. R. U. E.

Jul 30 - Will T.R.U.E. complain about lack of media coverage on THESE stories?

July 29 - Brantford Expositor: T. R. U. E. panel lacked natives

July 29 - Brantford Expositor: Only one, true side is needed

July 28 - Brantford Expositor: T. R. U. E. gives balance

Jul 31 - Dear WordPress.com: Thanks

July 30 - CBC: Truth and Reconciliation Commission lawyer must quit: native leaders

July 30 - Canadian Press: Worry over Ottawa interference delays residential schools truth commission

July 29 - CBC: DFO closes sockeye sport fishery on Fraser River

July 30 - CBC: First Nations reserve riddled with violence hopes to open casino

July 30 - CBC: Ambassador's letter 'arrogant': Mi'kmaq elder

July 30 - Thunder Bay Source: Province helps Kasabonika attract mining interests

July 30 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawk fisherman honoured

July 30 - Brantford Expositor: Meeting held little truth

July 30 - Brantford Expositor: Learn about Six Nations

July 30 - Brantford Expositor: Don't lump us together

April 14 - Law Times: Rule of law issues drive class action

July 29 - CBC: Drop Whitehorse waterfront bid, Kwanlin Dun ask Vuntut Gwitchin

July 29 - Hamilton Spectator: Native lease puts quarry back in business

July 29 - CBC: Hobbema residents vow to continue fight against gun violence

July 29 - CBC: Clayoquot logging could lead to more blockades: environmentalists

July 29 - CBC: Mohawk council doesn't condone weekend violence: chief

July 29 - Globe and Mail: Showdown set over declining sockeye stocks

July 29 - Globe and Mail: Sides in Clayoquot dispute agree to talk

July 29 - Montreal Gazette: Grassroots discontent waiting for new leaders to emerge

July 29 - Montreal Gazette: 'It's sad what's happening at Kanesatake'

July 29 - Belleville Intelligencer: Stamp of approval

July 29 - Brantford Expositor: 'I'm here until it's all resolved'

July 29 - Brantford Expositor: T. R. U. E. panel lacked natives

July 29 - Brantford Expositor: Only one, true side is needed

July 29 - Thunder Bay Source: Neskatanga signs exploration agreements

July 28 - CTV News: B.C. native treaty process has cost $1B: report

July 28 - Globe and Mail: Quebec investigates police confrontation on Mohawk reserve

July 28 - National Post: Sask. officers’ appeal dismissed in teen’s freezing death

July 28 - Globe and Mail: Commission rejects appeal of officers fired after death of Neil Stonechild

July 28 - CBC: Quebec police deny Mohawks chased them out of Kanesatake

July 28 - CBC: Teen dies in shooting at Hobbema reserve

July 28 - CBC: Innu ink benefits deal on revived iron ore mine

July 27 - Globe and Mail: Ultimatum issued over Clayoquot Sound

July 28 - National Post: Logging battle could return to Clayoquot

July 28 - National Post: Online access for court documents sparks concerns

July 28 - Brantford Expositor: Public squabbling won't solve land claims issue

July 28 - Brantford Expositor: T. R. U. E. gives balance

July 27 - Canadian Press: Teen found dead on Alberta reserve that's been plagued by gang violence

July 27 - CTV News: Mohawks, Que. police clashed before barricade: report

July 27 - Canadian Press: Police cars reportedly rammed leading up to Quebec highway barricade

July 27 - Canadian Press: Organizers of aboriginal women's summit want to test sincerity of federal apology

July 26 - Brantford Expositor: T. R. U. E.'s perspective

July 26 - Belleville Intelligencer: No progress made on Culbertson Tract

July 26 - Brantford Expositor: What's the hurry for development?

July 26 - Toronto Star: Legal aid urged for middle class

July 26 - Toronto SUN: Pot ring smoked out

Jul 25 - Ryerson Review of Journalism Praises Bloggers, Slams MSM for Caledonia Coverage

July 25 - Toronto Star: Fired officer takes on 'racist' OPP

July 25 - Radio Utopie: Shelly Brant: Correcting police myths on the arrest of Mohawk Shawn Brant

July 25 - Brantford Expositor: Media slammed over coverage of natives

July 25 - Brantford Expositor: Maverick councillor calls peace rally

July 25 - National Post: Saskatchewan First Nations sign $800-million deal with Taiwan

July 25 - Globe and Mail: Tasered teen's father questions death

July 25 - Globe and Mail: Mounties pinned me down in cell and tasered me, Manitoba girl says

July 25 - CBC: 11 charged in Greenpeace oilsands protest

July 25 - CBC: 'Nobody deserves to die that way,' dad says of teen hit with Taser

July 25 - The Chronicle: Tom Molloy new senior provincial negotiator

July 25 - The Record: Tory has harsh words for aboriginal protesters

July 24 - CBC: Emergency wiretaps used 3 times since 2002: Ontario police

July 24 - CBC: OPP officer posed as journalist during 2007 Mohawk protest

July 24 - CBC: Customs agent among those arrested in smuggling bust

July 24 - CBC: Winnipeg mother questions use of Taser on teenage son

July 24 - National Post: Judges cool to emergency wiretaps

July 24 - National Post: Reserve offers four-month gun amnesty

July 24 - Toronto SUN: It's all about the water

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Why Six Nations gets no respect

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Thanks for being the black sheep

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Shawn Brant and the law

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Let's not fight with our neighbours

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations votes to join chamber committee

July 24 - Brantford Expositor: Coalition looks north for answers

Jul 23 - Ryerson Review of Journalism: McHale & Vandermaas important news sources for Caledonia dispute

Jul 23 - Haldimand Mayor Trainer: McHale leading ‘a revolution’

July 23 - Canadian Press: RCMP, aboriginal leaders hope weapons amnesty cuts violence on Alberta reserves

July 23 - CBC: Gun amnesty for Hobbema in wake of shootings

July 23 - National Post: Fantino's non-scandal

July 23 - CTV: Sask RCMP fired 3 shots at man with knife: witness

July 23 - Brantford Expositor: Natives don't want your homes

July 23 - Brantford Expositor: It's no crime to break from talks

July 23 - Brantford Expositor: Injunction questions

July 23 - Brantford Expositor: He must respect the law or resign

July 23 - Brantford Expositor: Change of mind is for the best

July 23 - Montreal Gazette: OPP chief 'provocative': protester

July 23 - OPP: Fantino rejects criticism of his role in negotiations with Brant

July 22 - National Post: Jonathan Kay on Shawn Brant and Julian Fantino: This has got to be the most ridiculous 'scandal' in recent memory

July 22 - National Post: Fantino 'arrogant, aggressive,' says native protester Brant

July 22 - Canadian Press: Feds putting $100-million towards Sask. First Nations family services

July 22 - Canadian Press: Mohawk activist 'shocked' police tapped lawyer-brother's phone

July 22 - CBC: Ontario police avoided judge in wiretaps of native protest, Brant charges

July 22 - CBC: Ont. police commissioner defends tactics in defusing 2007 aboriginal protest

July 22 - Globe and Mail: Fantino defends taking over native negotiations

July 22 - Globe and Mail: Some genie, some bottle

July 22 - National Post: OPP boss under fire for 'Rambo rhetoric'

July 22 - Toronto Star: Fantino on tape

July 22 - Toronto Star: Shawn Brant hailed as peacemaker

July 22 - Toronto SUN: McGuinty is right to back top cop

July 22 - Ottawa Citizen: NDP calls for Fantino to 'resign or be fired'

July 22 - The Record: Fantino should keep his commissioner's job

July 22 - Hamilton Spectator: Strict bail for native activist

July 22 - CTV: Fantino defends tactics in defusing native protest

July 22 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Tough to get natives to police reserve

July 21 - Hamilton Spectator: Law hasn't cleared the bingo hall air

July 21 - Hamilton Spectator: Tobacco licensing a secret matter

July 21 - Brantford Expositor: Will councillor surrender his home?

July 21 - Brantford Expositor: They didn't start with Caledonia

July 21 - Brantford Expositor: More natives expected to join Kingspan group

July 21 - Toronto Star: Legal system treats minorities differently

July 21 - CBC: OPP commissioner should 'resign or be fired' over Brant wiretaps: NDP

July 21 - Toronto SUN: Give Fantino lot of credit

July 21 - Dawg's Blawg: Resign, Julian

July 20 - Toronto Star: Prisons poisoning natives

July 20 - Toronto Star: Investigate Fantino, lawyer urges

July 20 - Toronto SUN: Fantino suspension pushed

July 20 - Brantford Expositor: Expositor prints what's happening

July 20 - Brantford Expositor: Calnan out of step

July 20 - Brantford Expositor: Councillor should resign

July 20 - Canadian Press: Lawyer wants Ontario's top cop suspended

July 20 - Canadian Press: Brant's lawyer calls for temporary suspension of OPP commissioner

July 20 - CBC: Suspend OPP commissioner: native activist's lawyer

July 19 - Fantino an equal opportunity abuser

July 19 - Toronto Star: Mohawks faced 'grave consequences': Fantino

July 19 - Globe and Mail: OPP chief sidestepped negotiators in Mowhawk protest talks, court told

July 19 - Globe and Mail: Injunction over Web libel sets precedent

July 19 - National Post: Fantino threatened to ‘move’ on Ont. native blockade

July 19 - Toronto Star: OPP threatened force to end native blockade

July 19 - Toronto SUN: Lawyer to discuss documents suggesting OPP almost moved in on 2007 native protest

July 19 - Hamilton Spectator: Arrest in Hwy. 6 blockade

July 19 - Hamilton Spectator: Third arrest in builder's attack

July 19 - Hamilton Spectator: Land claims negotiator already part of history

July 19 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Suspect Arrested – Stirling Woods Assault

July 19 - Brantford Expositor: Natives take aim at hotel project

July 18 - CBC: Ontario police almost moved in on 2007 Mohawk blockades

July 18 - Transcript of Julian Fantino's testimony on Aug. 29, 2007

July 18 - Transcript: Fantino & Shawn Brant Phone Call #1

July 18 - Transcript: Fantino & Shawn Brant Phone Call #2

July 18 - Transcript: Fantino & Shawn Brant Phone Call #3

July 18 - Cowardly Councilor calls for development freeze in Brantford

July 17 - Caledonia - Brantford: Is it time to call in the military?

July 18 - CBC: Aboriginal day students deserve compensation too: former student

July 18 - CBC: First Nations added to list of defining Canadian icons

July 18 - CBC: Ontario appoints new chief negotiator for Six Nations land claims

July 18 - CBC: Down payment help available for Alberta Métis

July 18 - CBC: Aboriginal children's camp suffers $20,000 in damages

July 18 - CBC: Ontario police almost moved in on 2007 Mohawk blockades

July 18 - CBC: Que. Algonquin community opens own school over language fears

July 18 - CBC: First Nations man accuses Saskatoon business owner of racism

July 18 - CBC: Developer surprised by Yukon government's waterfront land sale

July 18 - Globe and Mail: OPP almost used force to end native protest

July 18 - National Post: Why the Nisga'a Treaty is so important

July 18 - Canadian Press: B.C. judge awards Australian man $180,000 for Internet defamation

July 18 - CD98.9 Haldimand News: Protester Arrested

July 18 - Montreal Gazette: Tobacco foes do slow burn as feds hang fire

July 18 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Two arrested in roadside seizures

July 18 - Brantford Expositor: Calnan changes heart on native land dispute

July 18 - Brantford Expositor: TRUE puts focus on media at next meeting

July 18 - Brantford Expositor: Head back to the table

July 17 - Brantford Expositor: Photo of arrest inflames situation

July 17 - Brantford Expositor: Why is protest happening now?

July 17 - CBC: Native leader takes umbrage at French PM's remarks

July 17 - CBC: Whitehorse First Nations demand answers from Fentie on waterfront land sale

July 17 - Globe and Mail: Premiers revive the spirit of Kelowna

July 17 - Hamilton Spectator: Land claim negotiator retires

July 17 - Montreal Gazette: Premiers eye meeting with PM to solve aboriginal poverty

Jul 16 - Caledonia - Brantford: Is it time to call in the military?

Jul 16 - Canadian justice NOT for sale

July 16 - Canadian Press: First Nations leader says Pope might eventually apologize to Cdn natives

July 16 - Canadian Press: First Nations initially overlooked in list of things that most define Canada

July 16 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations man who punched officer still in custody;

July 16 - Brantford Expositor: Protesters staying put

July 16 - Brantford Expositor: Native leaders appeal to premiers;

July 16 - Montreal Gazette: Premiers urged to back UN motion

July 16 - Hamilton Spectator: Brantford protesters dig in heels

July 16 - Hamilton Spectator: Caledonia fears spillover

July 16 - Hamilton Spectator: Canadian premiers call on Harper to build on residential school apology

July 16 - Globe and Mail: Catholics work to heal relationship with natives

July 16 - Globe and Mail: Premiers ask PM for meeting on native issues

July 15 - CD98.9: Six Nations Assault Police – UPDATE

July 15 - Fantino & McGuinty should apologize for assaults on Brantford Police officers

July 15 - A reader comments on Haldimand Tract Good Neighbours Coalition appeasement plan

July 15 - CD98.9: Officers Assaulted in Protest

July 15 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Protesters pack city courtroom;

July 15 - Brantford Expositor: Construction site quiet

July 15 - CHCH News: Protestor throws punch at cop

July 15 - Canadian Press: AFN seeks support from premiers' council to settle natives' problems

July 15 - Montreal Gazette: Sorry isn't enough, Fontaine tells premiers

July 15 - Hamilton Spectator: Protesters vow fight in Brantford

July 15 - National Post: Off-reserve aboriginals lack full voting rights: report

July 15 - National Post: Follow federal apology with more native funding: Fontaine

July 15 - National Post: Natives block Ont. job site over land dispute

July 15 - CBC: AFN continues to press for Kelowna Accord money

July 14 - France hires firm to test proposed peace agreement

July 14 - Brantford Expositor: Police chief's statement about Monday's events

July 14 - Hamilton Spectator: Aboriginal protesters in Brantford vow ‘one hell of a fight’ after arrest

July 14 - Brantford Expositor: Peace returns to Kingspan site following native's arrest

July 14 - Brantford Expositor: 'They don't understand what they're in for,' native says

July 14 - CBC: Ex-serviceman risks eviction by flying Canadian flag on balcony

July 14 - Canadian Press: Ont. premier pledges to preserve giant swath of northern boreal forest

July 14 - Brantford Expositor: Police arrest native blocking entrance to construction site

July 14 - CBC: Natuashish booze-smuggling operation busted: RCMP

July 14 - CBC: Fort Liard to pursue own land claim with Ottawa

July 14 - Globe and Mail: Fontaine wants to stay tops at AFN

July 14 - Montreal Gazette: Nicholas elected grand chief

July 13 - Brantford Expositor:”McHale has accomplished something”

Mar 12, 1940 - France hires firm to test proposed peace agreement

July 12 - Brantford Expositor: Coalition hires firm to test proposed peace agreement

July 12 - Brantford Expositor: Machines moved after protest

July 12 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Six Cornwall residents nabbed with contraband

July 12 - Canadian Press: Unexplained deaths in residential schools haunt native communities

July 12 - Hamilton Spectator: Six Nations protesters shut down worksite

July 12 - CBC: Yukon First Nation to defy new salmon quota

July 11 - StarPhoenix: First Nations should start taxing tobacco products

July 11 - CBC: Kanesatake election on Saturday

July 11 - National Post: Women plan overthrow at Manitoba First Nation

July 11 - Belleville Intelligencer: Retailers obeying display ban

July 11 - Belleville Intelligencer: Mohawks mulling continuation of negotiations

July 11 - Thunder Bay Source: Eabametoong may also pull out of NAPS

July 11 - Canadian Press: Ontario hardest hit as full-time jobs tumble in Canada, unemployment rate rises

July 11 - CBC: Opposition calls for action after Ont. hardest hit by unemployment in June

July 11 - CBC: Judge orders police to arrest power-line protesters if needed

July 11 - Brantford Expositor: Natives stop construction at Kingspan site

July 11 - Brantford Expositor: Private charges

July 11 - Dunnville Chronicle: Confederacy chiefs walk into Brantford construction sites

July 11 - Dunnville Chronicle: New federal liaison brings experience to the table

July 11 - Dunnville Chronicle: McHale scores wins in court

Jul 11 - Montreal Gazette: Ottawa wrong to delay Indian rights

Jul 10 - CBC: Mining industry makes pitch for co-operation to Dene assembly

Jul 10 - CBC: FSIN pushes for aboriginal peacekeepers

Jul 10 - Montreal Gazette: Aboriginal students have less access to grants, loans

Jul 10 - Brantford Expositor: Montours face private charges

Jul 10 - Thunder Bay Source: KI Chief still waiting for apology from province

Jul 09 - Canadian Press: Saskatchewan Indian federation calls for aboriginal peacekeepers to work with RCMP

Jul 09 - National Post: Flouting Nisga'a tradition -and Canadian democracy

Jul 09 - Brantford Expositor: Brant MP calls for 'immediate' meeting

July 9 - CANACE cancels the Floyd and Ruby show

July 8 - the day ordinary citizens took back Ontario

July 8 - CANACE ‘extortion’ charges certified by Ontario Court of Justice

July 8 - CANACE fights for Canadians against incredible odds

July 8 - CANACE scores a victory in Court

July 8 - Cayuga builder authorizes CANACE to gather evidence for criminal charges

Jul 08 - National Post: Census objector goes to court to highlight protest

Jul 08 - Hamilton Spectator: Six Nations protesters stop work in Brantford 'Today our patience has run out'

Jul 08 - Kingston Whig Standard: Judge's ruling called 'too harsh'

Jul 08 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Guns quiet at crossing

Jul 08 - CD98.9 Brant News: Aboriginal Protesters Shut Down Construction Sites in Brantford

Jul 08 - Thunder Bay Source: KI lawyer says clients are happy with ruling

Jul 08 - Brantford Expositor: Native protest tour July 7

Jul 08 - Brantford Expositor: 'Today is the first day of taking back our territory'

Jul 08 - Brantford Expositor: It's time to take notice

Jul 07 - Brantford Expositor: Natives stop construction

Jul 07 - Brantford Expositor: Nation status is subject to various definitions

Jul 07 - Hamilton Spectator: Consulting natives makes sense for city

Jul 07 - Westcoaster.ca: Hesquiaht Man Seeks Historic Apology

Jul 07 - Canadian Press: Ontario Court of Appeal says jailing of 7 aboriginal protesters was too harsh

Jul 07 - The Province: A storm is brewing over Hartley Bay band money

July 6 - CANACE fights for Canadians against incredible odds

July 4 - McHale wins judicial review hearing in Cayuga court!

Jul 06 - Green Left Online: Labor to force Aborigines off their land

Jul 06 - National Post: Mountie cleared in pepper-spraying of aboriginal group that included baby

Jul 06 - The StarPhoenix: Dakota chiefs right to refuse Canada's 'deal'

Jul 06 - North Bay Nugget: Serious charges dropped against Mohawk activist

Jul 05 - Canadian Press: Ontario man, Saskatchewan woman face jail time in census protest

Jul 05 - CBC: First Nations urged to boost tobacco prices

Jul 05 - Cornwall Standard-Freeholder: Smugglers use vehicles to slow cops

Jul 05 - Kingston Whig Standard: Key players open talks into mining controversy

Jul 04 - Thunder Bay Source: KI Chief wants apology

Jul 03 - Thunder Bay Source: Government says it has no more money for NAPS

Jul 03 - Thunder Bay Source: NAPS threatens to discontinue service

Jul 03 - Brantford Expositor: Six Nations radio station tries to climb out of debt

Jul 03 - Frontenac News: "Frontenac Venures won't drill before July 21" says Davis

Jul 02 - MPP Dave Levac Press Release: ONTARIO SUPPORTS POLICE SERVICES IN BRANTFORD

Jul 02 - Brantford Expositor: Burtch transfer defies sovereignty

Jul 02 - Brantford Expositor: NATIVE LAND CLAIMS Proposal has too many holes in it

Jul 02 - Dunnville Chronicle: Leaders need to meet

Jul 02 - Dunnville Chronicle: Haldimand to take direct action against smoke shops

Jul 02 - Dunnville Chronicle: Council rejects duty to consult with Six Nations band council

Jul 02 - WNBC News: Report: Link Between Black Market Cigarettes, Terrorism

Jul 02 - Human Events: Tobacco and Terror

Jul 02 - Congressman Weiner: NEWS: CIGARETTE TAXES UP, SMUGGLING UP

Jul 02 - Suffolk Life: Report Links Tax-Free Cigs To International Terrorism

Jul 02 - Newsmax: Cigarette Smuggling Funds Terrorism

Jul 02 - Globe & Mail: Harper's apology to natives puts pressure on Bush

July 2 - McHale gives Crown bad headache

July 2 - Regional: Bill C-21 helps dispel “sovereign nation” notion

July 2, - Complete Document: Notification of Charter Challenge

Jul 01 - Toronto SUN: 'People here are blessed'

Jul 01 - Toronto SUN: True patriot love

Jul 01 - CBC: National Canada Day celebrations begin with flag raising on Parliament Hill

July 1 - Canada Day: Sorry Fantino you Failed

Jun 24 - Chronicle: Defaced flag removed

Mar 12 - Globe: Native flag defaced, police charged

Jun 30 - CBC: Maple leaf best defines Canada, survey finds

Jun 30 - Thunder Bay Source: Chief questions millions sent to non-existent First Nation

Jun 30 - CD98.9: 500K in Stolen Property Recovered

Jun 30 - Globe & Mail: Ontario boosts rights protection

Jun 30 - CP: Harper says native apology sign of unity and strength on Canada Day

Jun 30 - CP: Lawsuit seeks apology, redress from feds for 'Experimental Eskimos'

Jun 30 - Sudbury Star: Apologies aren't enough

Jun 28 - National Post: Finally, good news on 'human rights'

Jun 28 - Whig Standard: Man faces $2.8M fine after cigarette seizure

Jun 28 - Expositor: Massive haul of stolen goods seized

Jun 27 - Indian Country: Delivering a bombshell

Jun 27 - CHCH: Aboriginal protests watched by CSIS

Jun 27 - Thunder Bay: Kashechewan pulls out of NAPS

Jun 27 - Cornwall: Tobacco seizures

Jun 27 - CP: Investigation urged as chiefs cut off Rama cash to non-existent band

Jun 27 - Whig Standard: Crown should buy land and return it to Mohawks

Jun 27 - CP: Supreme Court says B.C.'s aboriginal-only fishery constitutional

Jun 27 - Whig Standard: Judge finds native protester guilty

Jun 27 - Gazette: Wide-open race in Kanesatake

Jun 27 - Expositor: Courts not the answer

Jun 27 - Expositor: Time to be good neighbours again

Jun 27 - National Post: Supreme Court supports aboriginal-only commercial fishery

Jun 27 - CBC: Several arrested after Algonquins occupy MP's office in western Quebec

Jun 26 - Spectator: Maori get forests, cash TheSpec.com - CanadaWorld - Maori get forests, cash

Oct 15/07 - AFP: New Zealand activists held in 'anti-terrorism' raids

Jun 27 - CBC: Human rights protection extended to reserves

Jun 26 - Post: Aboriginal protests watched by CSIS

Jun 26 - Intelligencer: Residents against quarry: meeting organizer

Jun 26 - Cornwall: Police seize $250,000 in cut tobacco

Jun 26 - Frontenac: Shabot Obaadjiwan claim breakthrough in consultation, While Frontenac Ventures remains committed to exploration

Jun 26 - CP: Aboriginals say apology without action will fade away like Cda Day fireworks

Jun 26 - Expositor: MP praises plan to ease tensions

Jun 26 - Globe: Musqueam dissidents call end to protest

Jun 26 - CBC: Inuit group suing Ottawa over 'experimental Eskimo' project

Jun 25 - CNW Group: Anishinabek outlaw term 'aboriginal'

Jun 25 - Globe: Step by prudent step

Jun 25 - Globe: Status about more than cash

Jun 25 - Cornwall: Appeals launched against Akwesasne vote on OPG deal

Jun 25 - CP: RCMP charge Cornwall, Ont., man with smuggling contraband tobacco from U.S.

Jun 25 - Intelligencer: No compromise from Mohawks

Jun 25 - Intelligencer: Intell reporter told to leave meeting

Jun 25 - Expositor: Take a vote on uniting

Jun 25 - Expositor: A good first step

Jun 25 - Expositor: Six Nations hoping for win in court

Jun 24 - CBC: Ottawa rejects First Nation's strict anti-drug bylaw

Jun 24 - CP: Aboriginals in city jump 30 per cent

Jun 24 - Chronicle: Brantford developers propose short-term solution

Jun 24 - Chronicle: HDI challenges Brantford bylaws banning interference with development

Jun 24 - Globe: Musqueam meeting reveals some financial details

Jun 24 - Spectator: Group reaches out to Six Nations

Jun 24 - Spectator: Native band in court over Brantford

Jun 24 - Whig Standard: Minister hopes to restart land talks

Jun 24 - Intelligencer: Feds won't budge

Jun 24 - Cornwall Standard: Family furious with Customs

Jun 22 - CHML: New value-for-money scrutiny of First Nations transfers starts after July 1st

Jun 22 - Sun: 'Brad's pit' yields diamonds

Jun 21 - Globe: Tsawwassen treaty takedown

Jun 20 - CBC: Band blockades highway near B.C.-Alberta border

Jun 20 - Intelligencer: Police hoped to keep Brant behind bars: defence lawyer

Jun 20 - Intelligencer: Kingston developer facing 45 days in jail

Jun 20 - Intelligencer: Judge questions meeting

Jun 20 - Expositor: Developers pursue plan for 'interim peace' with natives

Jun 20 - Globe: Musqueam, by the numbers

Jun 20 - Globe: B.C. natives lock up band office in feud over land-claim windfall

June 19 - CBC: Court dismisses appeal of Stonechild finding

Jun 19 - CBC: Officer had no choice but to shoot Dumas, inquest told

June 19 - Expositor: Natives give Brant County invoice for $663 billion

Jun 19 - Whig Standard: Quinte Mohawks break off negotiations over land claim

June 19 - Intelligencer: Kramp says Ottawa won't back down on expropriating land

Jun 19 - CP: RCMP expert says police shooting of Winnipeg teen was by the books

June 19 - CP: Metis step up drive to have Prairie provinces honour their hunting, fishing rights

Jun 19 - CP: Hundred year old clerical error in Ottawa opens door to land claim in N.B.

June 19 - Frontenac: Uranium: Lots of speculation, but no Drilling, thus far

Jun 18 - CNN: U.S.: Two Venezuelans are supporting terrorism

Apr 17 - CBC: Native chief seeks funding from Venezuela's Chavez in oil fight

Jun 18 - CBC: Water shut-off on Manitoba reserve an 'act of terrorism': chief

Jun 18 - Globe: The worst choice, except for all the others

Jun 18 - Spectator: McHale seeks charges against protesters

Jun 18 - Cornwall: Blitz nets millions of smokes

Jun 17 - RCMP: Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service Stop a Vehicle which leads to the seizure of 121,200 Cigarettes by the Cornwall RCMP Detachment

Jun 17 - CBC: Compensation talks for Tobique First Nation to begin in October

Jun 16 - Thunder Bay: Ontario invests $6.2M for youth at Native Friendship Centres

Jun 16 - CHCH News: Ont. plans 2 new nuclear reactors at Darlington

Jun 10 - Expositor: Nanticoke still being looked at for nuclear power plant: Trainer

Jun 16 - Cornwall: Akwesasne endorses OPG deal

Jun 16 - CBC: Reserve's referendum result puts businesses in legal limbo

Jun 15 - National Post: Ian Nagy: Six reasons why Jonathan Kay shouldn't be writing columns on Indian Residential Schools

Jun 15 - CP: Aboriginal group demands meeting with federal minister in wake of RCMP shooting

Jun 14 - CTV: McGuinty angrily denies that he may raise taxes

Jun 13 - CBC: Gwich'in, MGM sign memorandum of understanding on oil, gas exploration

Jun 13 - CBC: Manitoba offers moving apology to residential-school students

Jun 13 - CBC: N.W.T. Catholic diocese to apologize to residential school students

Jun 13 - CBC: Residential school payouts a new source of grief, say counsellors

Jun 13 - National Post: I was wrong about natives, Tory MP says

Jun 13 - Toronto SUN: Talks break off between Six Nations, Feds

Jun 13 - Expositor: Legal action impacts talks, says chief

Jun 13 - Spectator: Judge orders Spectator to give OPP protest photos

Jun 12 - CBC: Residential school apology can't erase bad memories

Jun 12 - CBC: Harper apology leaves Labrador's former students in cold: Innu, Inuit

Jun 12 - CBC: Apology 'heartfelt,' says P.E.I. native leader

Jun 12 - National Post: Editorial: Enough with the apologies

Jun 11 - National Post: Analysis: Was Harper's apology any good?

Jun 11 - CP: Editorial: McGuinty says all Canadians bear responsibility for residential school abuses

Jun 11 - CP: Analysis: Tory MP sings different tune as Conservatives offer native apology

Jun 11 - CBC: Prime Minister Stephen Harper's statement of apology

Jun 11 - Spectator: Cayuga builders obtain injunction against protesters

Jun 11 - Expositor: Growing native agriculture

Jun 10 - Residential Schools apology - the right thing to do

Jun 10 - Expositor: Mohawk Nation demands $663 billion from city

Jun 9 - TheAurora: Burning statement

Jun 9 - National Post: Another lesson in apology politics

Jun 9 - National Post: Karen Selick: Should my husband be demanding a truth and reconciliation commission?

Jun 9 - CBC: 4 face charges in alleged tobacco ring

Jun 9 - Expositor: Time to re-look at land claims

Jun 9 - Intelligencer: Disagreement erupts over Mohawk quarry

Jun 7 - Gazette: Innu vow fight over eviction, but discard threats to burn cabins

Jun 7 - Gazette: Highway 30 extension divides Mohawks

Jun 6 - Intelligencer: Feds remain tight-lipped on land claim

Jun 6 - Intelligencer: Protesters not a danger to the community: judge

Jun 6 - CBC: Editorial: Indian residential schools

Jun 6 - CD98.9: Haldimand County: Disturbance near DCE Leads to Charges

Jun 5 - Thunder Bay: Chiefs tell Minister to be prepared for strong action

Jun 5 - Spectator: MTO won't allow highway entrance to smoke shop

Jun 5 - Intelligencer: Cigarette controversy continues

Jun 10 - Residential Schools apology - the right thing to do

Jun 10 - Expositor: Mohawk Nation demands $663 billion from city

Jun 9 - TheAurora: Burning statement

Have you ever wondered why Negotiations never go anywhere? Here is perfect proof why. The Native Side refuses to Negotiate in Good Faith. First they use illegal occupations and threats of violence while negotiations are ongoing. Second because they ask for outrageous amounts. Remember the $1 billion they ask for instead of the $26 million offered and now this story. Unfortunately in Canada such outrageous demands mixed with terrorist threats pays big money.

Jun 10 - Expositor: Mohawk Nation demands $663 billion from city

Jun 4 - Complete Coverage of Events in Brantford

Jun 2 - Court Ordered Injunction Papers

Money, money, money... Mr. Bryant spends more on appeasement.

Soon after Michael Bryant is thanked by Six Nations for intervening to STOP the OPP from enforcing the law, Mr. Bryant pays $25 million to Native Groups to help them pay for lawyers etc. - please note the Federal Government already pays for these lawyers. Land Claim Business is making money for a lot of people which is why they are never settled.The Federal government also pays for Health care on reserves but that didn't stop Mr. Bryant's recent announcement of $1.6 million to Six Nations... all in the last two weeks.

May 20 - Ontario Announces initial investment in Aboriginal Relationship Fund

May 16 - Star: Fund to aid native groups in talks

McGuinty: "Everyone is Responsble except me"

I know I bought DCE, had my lawyer fight against every injunction in the province, took Judge Marshall's ruling to the Appeals Court, repeatedly told the public that no matter how long it takes - negotiation is the only way, bragged that I could do it better than Mike Harris, told builders not to pay HDI then told them they are on their own, appointed Fantino to bully, threaten and to outright violate people's rights and was so pleased by his work that I extended his contract, helped pay for the lawyers of the very Native Protesters who are shutting down Billions in development, publicly claimed I supported the Title Deed system while doing nothing to help except for paying for Native Lawyers to directly challenge your title ownership... Hell, I even pay Fantino hundreds of Thousands of dollars to whine and complain it was all Gary McHale's fault...

but other than these things... I am not responsible.

May 10, 2006 - Peaceful resolutions can be sluggish, Mr. McGuinty said, but added he's confident that talks led by former premier David Peterson are still the best way to resolve the crisis. “The best way out of this is through negotiation,” the Premier said. “It's slow, it is painstaking. It doesn't give us the kinds of obvious progress that we would like to be able to see every day and be able to demonstrate to the people of Ontario.”

May 10, 2006 - Kwinter played down his concerns, however, saying the OPP has a "global budget" and they didn't have to hire new officers to deal with Caledonia. "There's no additional costs. It has just been reallocated within the province." He added the OPP are also meeting their contractual obligations in other municipalities. May 22, 2008 Cops blast McGuinty Staffing shortages are putting the public and officers at risk, the police association says

May 16 - Post: Caledonia deadline needed: Ontario

May 15 - Star: Set Caledonia deadline, Bryant urges

May 15 - Star: Ottawa rejects Ontario call for Caledonia deadline

EXTORTION IN CAYUGA
Councilor Sloat calls it Extortion and states someone should do something about it... after two years of fighting against Race Based Policing, CANACE appears to be the only group stepping up to the plate for the Rights of average people. Don't take our word for it, you can read it in both the Dunnville Chronicle and the Teka News:
May 14 - Chronicle: Development grinds to a halt in Cayuga; Ruby Montour delivers ultimatum to developer: Comply with HDI or face permanent shut-down

May 14 - Teka: Developers team up with McHale (page 2 )

May 14 - Teka: Gary McHale uses developers to run personal agenda

May 14 - Cayuga builder authorizes CANACE to gather evidence for criminal charges

May 12 - Private Prosecution to be filed against Ruby and Floyd Montour

May 12 - Cayuga Builder Helps CANACE gather evidence

Jun 3 - Whig: Court dismisses charges

Jun 3 - Spectator: Brantford judgment bars native protesters

Jun 3 - CBC: Charges dropped against eastern Ont. uranium protesters

Jun 2 - Expositor: Former First Nations chief issues warning to city

Jun 2 - Expositor: Bringing troops to city may be best way to save lives

Jun 2 - Expositor: Brantford was settlers' reserve

Jun 2 - Expositor: Six Nations did surrender land

Jun 1 - CP: Nisga'a Lisims First Nation starts paying taxes as transition period ends

Jun 1 - Truro: Band kicks woman off reserve

May 31 - Brantford takes a stand for democracy in Canada against native threats!

May 31 - Expositor: Judge reserves decision; City argues for interim injunction

May 31 - Expositor: McHale: 'I would be blamed' if anything happened'

May 31 - Expositor: Former First Nations chief issues warning to city

May 31 - Spectator: HDI fees 'extortion'

May 31 - Expositor: 'Peace rally' draws 200 to Victoria Park

May 31 - Spectator: Protesters gather near courthouse

May 31 - Spectator: Another developer granted injunction

May 31 - Intelligencer: New law won't stop native stores

May 30 - Intelligencer: Deseronto tired of ongoing native protest

May 30 - Intelligencer: Deseronto mayor worries about future of his town

May 30 - Intelligencer: Day of Action ... not so much

May 30 - Natives rally against law and order while injunction hearing continues

May 30 - Spectator: City of Brantford lawyer calls HDI fees ‘extortion’

May 30 - Expositor: Judge reserves decision on temporary injunction against native protests

May 30 - CHCH: Court warned about national native protests

May 30 - Expositor: Judge to make decision on injunction

May 30 - CP: Judge reserves decision on dispute between aboriginals and Brantford, Ont.

May 30 - CP: Aboriginals rally for support as Ont. city seeks injunction against protests

May 30 - Intelligencer: Deseronto tired of ongoing native protest

May 30 - Intelligencer: Day of Action ... not so much

May 30 - Post: Are reconciliation and 'truth' compatible?

May 29 - Intelligencer: No action on Day of Action

May 28 - Post: Ontario's Mining Act assailed

May 28 - Chronicle: Developers obtain temporary injunction to keep Six Nations protesters off Cayuga site; Company seeking $6 million for damages

May 28 - Intelligencer: Tyendinaga man faces numerous charges

May 28 - Intelligencer: Day of inaction possible

May 28 - Intelligencer: Native protesters face court-imposed restrictions

May 28 - Intelligencer: Tyendinaga man faces numerous charges

May 27 - Intelligencer: Deseronto: A town being held hostage

May 20 - Ontario Announces initial investment in Aboriginal Relationship Fund

May 16 - Star: Fund to aid native groups in talks

May 16 - Post: Caledonia deadline needed: Ontario

May 15 - Star: Set Caledonia deadline, Bryant urges

May 15 - Star: Ottawa rejects Ontario call for Caledonia deadline

May 14 - Chronicle: Development freeze cuts into Mudcat donations; Six Nations land claims impacting town's favourite festival

May 14 - Chronicle: Development grinds to a halt in Cayuga; Ruby Montour delivers ultimatum to developer: Comply with HDI or face permanent shut-down

May 14 - Teka: Developers team up with McHale (page 2 )

May 14 - Teka: Gary McHale uses developers to run personal agenda

May 14 - Cayuga builder authorizes CANACE to gather evidence for criminal charges

May 12 - Private Prosecution to be filed against Ruby and Floyd Montour

May 12 - Cayuga Builder Helps CANACE gather evidence

Manifesto-Directive For The Sovereign Original Nations Of Turtle Island

May 24 - Whig: A town held hostage; Native-led protests have hurt tourism, property values in the town of Deseronto, residents say

May 24 - Expositor: Injunction case on hold; City, natives to return to court Friday

May 24 - Expositor: Injunction 'racist': natives; Protesters call city's request illegal; municipal lawyer calls for urgent action

May 22 - FreePress: Cops blast McGuinty

May 21 - Post: Ontario police probe native development fees

May 25 - OPP may reluctantly do job: Fantino

May 24 - MNN: WARNING: More Rant from Horn - We own Everything Declaration

May 24 - Whig: A town held hostage; Native-led protests have hurt tourism, property values in the town of Deseronto, residents say

May 24 - Spectator: Brantford's action scoffed at

May 24 - Expositor: Injunction case on hold; City, natives to return to court Friday

May 24 - Expositor: Injunction 'racist': natives; Protesters call city's request illegal; municipal lawyer calls for urgent action

May 24 - Whig: Lovelace loses bid for freedom

May 24 - Expositor: OPP will make arrests: Fantino

May 24 - Chatham: Trouble ahead

May 24 - CBC: New Ojibway reserve opens in northern Ontario

May 24 - ThundarBay: KI band members get temporary reprieve from prison

May 23 - Dramatic developments coincide with CANACE activities

May 23 - Motion Record: City of Brantford v. Ruby, Floyd, Hazel, Aaron, HDI and others

May 23 - FreePress: Fantino cautious on staffing shortage

May 24 - MNN: RCMP Evict Herefitary Chief Kispilano and Supporters from Squamish Band Office, Vancouver

May 23 - Wheel-to-Walk Marathon has Caledonia connection

May 22 - FreePress: Cops blast McGuinty

May 21 - Post: Ontario police probe native development fees

May 6 - Expositor: Native land claims skeletons in federal government's closet

May 6 - Expositor: Brant's wife damaged case: lawyer

May 4 - Shawn Brant’s Arrest – Statement by Sue Collis, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

May 13 - CHCH News: Bryant under fire for directing the OPP

Apr 29 - McGuinty says escalating Terrorism won’t stop negotiations

 See: http://www.hamiltonspectator.com/video2/native080426b/index.html

May 16 - Caledonia resident: What do we tell our kids?

May 16 - CANACE letter to Hamilton Spectator Editor-in-Chief

May 16 - Fantino home protest video - we will not give up our rights!

May 16 - Carie Walker & Sachem ‘get it right’

May 16 - PCs pound Bryant over alleged interference in Caledonia policing

May 16 - Cayuga builder authorizes CANACE to gather evidence against native occupiers

May 15 - Brantford Council takes a stand while Haldimand dithers

May 15 - Ontario To Boost Jobs And Prosperity For Aboriginal communities

May 15 - Globe: ‘Get on with it,' Ontario tells Ottawa on Caledonia

May 15 - Star: Ottawa rejects Ontario call for Caledonia deadline

May 15 - Star: Set Caledonia deadline, Bryant urges Ottawa

May 15 - Brantford Council takes a stand while Haldimand dithers

May 15 - Haldimand "Who is Telling the Truth?"

May 14 - CHML - Mayor Trainer regarding Brantford bylaw

May 14 - CHML - Callers regarding Brantford bylaw

May 15 - Expositor: Mayor and city council are demonstrating leadership

May 15 - Spectator: Did Bryant interfere?

May 15 - Expositor: City's plight grabs political spotlight; Bryant raises land claims protests in legislature;; issues challenge to feds

May 14 - Expositor: A city out of patience

May 14 - Sun: Natives want $550B, land

May 14 - Intelligencer: New charges laid against native protesters

May 14 - Spectator: Anti-HDI bylaws 'show disrespect' TheSpec.com - Local - Anti-HDI bylaws 'show disrespect'

May 14 - Expositor: City council has no right to take away freedom to protest

May 14 - Expositor: Native activists shrug off city's anti-protest bylaw

May 13 - Expositor: Bylaws take aim at native protests

May 13 - OPP: Further Charges in Road Blockade

May 12 - Private Prosecution to be filed against Ruby and Floyd Montour

May 12 - Cayuga Builder Helps CANACE gather evidence

May 9 - Sachem: Questions for Gary McHale

May 8 - Spectator: OPP seize Spectator photos

May 8 - Globe: Reserves targeted in battle against contraband tobacco

May 8 - MPP Toby Barrett speaks at CANACE presentation

May 7 - Chronicle: Province and county reject Six Nations development institute

May 2 - Sachem: Questions for Six Nations

May 1 - Proof McGuinty's Government doesn't want the OPP to enforce the Law.Michael Bryant & the Colour of Right

Oct 20, 2006: OPPA Poll: Federal Government should take the lead in Caledonia dispute: Poll

May 1, 2008 - Barrett calls for Solicitor General’s resignation

McGuinty Government signs agreement NEVER to call in Army

May 1 - Expositor: Premier's stance sounds a lot like a police state

May 1, 2008 - Government inaction the reason for aboriginal protests: former PM Martin

May 1 - Expositor: Developers about face

May 1 - Expositor: Policing of native protests needs consistency

May 1 - Expositor: Pressure must be applied to ensure police enforce law

May 1, 2008 - Barrett calls for Solicitor General’s resignation

McGuinty Government signs agreement NEVER to call in Army

May 1 - Expositor: Premier's stance sounds a lot like a police state

May 1, 2008 - Government inaction the reason for aboriginal protests: former PM Martin

May 1 - Expositor: Developers about face

May 1 - Expositor: Policing of native protests needs consistency

May 1 - Expositor: Pressure must be applied to ensure police enforce law

Apr 30 - Spectator: Not enough to stop talks

Apr 29 - CHCH News: Hwy #6 re-opened

Apr 29 - CHCH 5:30Live: Interview: Mayor Trainer, MMP Toby Barrett & Mr. Kinrade

Apr 29 - Spectator: More solidarity protests promised

Apr 29 - Spectator: Blunt questions

Apr 28 - Violence is Easy, Peace requires Effort

Apr 27 - Mini-Report on Racial Policing by the OPP in Ontario

Apr 29 - Spectator: OK, that's enough, time to bring in the army

Apr 29 - Spectator: No one is accountable in Six Nations protests

Apr 29 - Spectator: If non-native Canadians blocked a road

Apr 28 - CHML Messages

Apr 27 - Mini-Report on Racial Policing by the OPP in Ontario

Apr 27 - Ken Hewitt email to Senior OPP Officers

Apr 28 - CANACE founders hit back at Fantino/Bryant defamation

Apr 28 - CANACE report: Ontario deserves a full and fair inquiry into landclaim lawlessness

Apr 25-26: Photos from Caledonia - #6 bypass blocked

Apr 24 - A Minute with Michael Bryant

Apr 24 - CBC: 90 per cent of illegal cigarettes made in Akwesasne: RCMP

Apr 24 - CTV: Stop mining without consent or face protests: chiefs

Apr 24 - Expositor: Cops charge fight promoters; Another mixed martial arts contest planned Saturday for Six Nations

Apr 24 - Expositor: Levac promises to take council's request to premier

Apr 24 - CBC: Yukon First Nations to count deaths linked to residential school payments

Apr 24 - TBnews: Gangs step in, drug trade flourishing in city

Apr 23 - Am640: Interview with Fantino

Apr 23 - WhigStandard: Mohawk roadblock ordered down; Premier Dalton McGuinty says blockades were a 'real concern' to police

Apr 23 - Spectator: Native affairs minister faces libel suit

Apr 23 - Spectator: Bryant wants to bring HDI into land talks

Apr 23 - Spectator: Building freeze 'speculation'

Apr 22 - Spectator: Native claims at level of absurdity

Apr 22 - CP: Ont. gov't wants legislature video streamed on Web

Apr 21 - IndianCountry: Supporters rally

Apr 17 - USA Press Release: Trevor Miller and Albert Kirk Douglas Indicted For Assaulting Federal Agents And Theft Of Government Property

Apr 3 - Supreme Court rules against $2.5B land claim on southeast Edmonton

Mar 28 - FreePress: Creating a new set of victims will harm native support in Canada

Mar 31 - Correction: Why not volunteer a bit of Truth?

Mar 31 - Chris Syrie landmark Approach

Mar 31 - Don’t sit on your Hands: Hire John Findlay

Mar 28 - Spectator: Caledonia pair own their land

Mar 25 - Bo Chause and Mark Watson before Council at 1:00 pm.

Mar 27 - Chris Syrie's Property Ownership Application in Cayuga Court

Mar 28 - FreePress: Creating a new set of victims will harm native support in Canada

Mar 31 - Correction: Why not volunteer a bit of Truth?

Mar 31 - Chris Syrie landmark Approach

Mar 31 - Don’t sit on your Hands: Hire John Findlay

Mar 28 - Spectator: Caledonia pair own their land

Mar 27 - Chris Syrie's Property Ownership Application in Cayuga Court

Mar 25 - Bo Chause and Mark Watson before Council at 1:00 pm.

Mar 23 - Resident Reply to Province denies Caledonia suit claims

Mar 22 - Spectator: Province denies Caledonia suit claims

Mar 21 - Easter: God's Interloper

Mar 21 - Thirty Pieces of Silver

Mar 20 - Whig: Leader speaks from jail; Lovelace resolves to continue fight

Mar 20 - Caledonia Ignored in Haldimand 'Recovery Plan'

Mar 20 - Barrett calls for investigation, charges into HDI

Mar 19 - Regional: County doesn't have to enforce bylaws, resident finds

Mar 19 - Bryant ignores homebuilders handcuffed by HDI demands

Mar 5 - Assault charge against Buck Sloat dismissed by Attorney General

Protest at Fantino's Home and coverage of Fantino's Attack upon the Charter of Rights

Feb 23 - Rebuilding Structure for Stability - by the Alliance

Mar 20 - Whig: Leader speaks from jail; Lovelace resolves to continue fight

Mar 19 - Regional: County doesn't have to enforce bylaws, resident finds

Mar 18 - Barrett demands action on HDI extortion

Mar 17 - Natives Occupy Catholic Church in Vancouver, Issue Eviction Notice

Mar 16 - Haldimand "We Demand More Than "8" Days"

Mar 13 - Time to get back to Question Period

Feb 11 - Haldimant Proclamation for Peace, Order and Good Government

Mar 4 - Haldimand "Proclamation is Dead"

Mar 5 - Expositor: Blizzards's column was a snow job

Mar 5 - Arrogance And Public Indifference Played Out In Caledonia

Mar 5 - Mr. Fantino, this is not a game

Mar 5 - Caledonia residents give Fantino a ‘razzy’ for Tim Hortons performance

Mar 5 - Assault charge against Buck Sloat dismissed by Attorney General

Mar 4 - Sun: Liberals must share in the disappointment on first nations forestry

Mar 4 - Post: Ottawa renews bid to stamp out native gambling sites

Mar 4 - CP: Minister mediating in dispute between mining company and Ont. First Nation

Mar 4 - CP: First Nations and country's prospectors sign co-operation deal

Mar 4 - CanWest: Government moves to protect rights of native women

Mar 4 - ‘Ipperwash legacy’ flyer for Ontario PC convention

Mar 4 - “Why I’m going to Fantino’s house today”

Mar 4 - Update on Caledonia

Mar 4 - Photos from Protest at Fantino's home are now online

Mar 4 - Record: Merlyn Kinrade gets ‘personal’ with Fantino

Mar 4 - Record: Two wasted years in Caledonia

Mar 4 - Post: Caledonia + 2

Mar 4 - Gazette: No sanctuary for car thieves

Mar 4 - Haldimand "Proclamation is Dead"

Mar 3 - CHML: Fantino & Merlyn

Mar 3 - Globe: Native reserve's auto thieves driving police to distraction

Mar 3 - Spectator: Caledonia 'cash cow' for government, police

Mar 3 - Spectator: Caledonia must realize Six Nations is a country

Mar 3 - Sun: Caledonia's (gone) boom

Mar 3 - CHML: Fantino & Merlyn

Protest at Fantino's Home and coverage of Fantino's Attack upon the Charter of Rights

Mar 5 - Expositor: Blizzards's column was a snow job

Mar 5 - Arrogance And Public Indifference Played Out In Caledonia

Mar 5 - Mr. Fantino, this is not a game

Mar 5 - Caledonia residents give Fantino a ‘razzy’ for Tim Hortons performance

Mar 4 - Sun: Liberals must share in the disappointment on first nations forestry

Mar 4 - Post: Ottawa renews bid to stamp out native gambling sites

Mar 4 - CP: Minister mediating in dispute between mining company and Ont. First Nation

Mar 4 - CP: First Nations and country's prospectors sign co-operation deal

Mar 4 - CanWest: Government moves to protect rights of native women

Mar 4 - ‘Ipperwash legacy’ flyer for Ontario PC convention

Mar 4 - “Why I’m going to Fantino’s house today”

Mar 4 - Update on Caledonia

Mar 4 - Photos from Protest at Fantino's home are now online

Mar 4 - Record: Merlyn Kinrade gets ‘personal’ with Fantino

Mar 4 - Record: Two wasted years in Caledonia

Mar 4 - Post: Caledonia + 2

Mar 4 - Gazette: No sanctuary for car thieves

Mar 3 - Globe: Native reserve's auto thieves driving police to distraction

Mar 3 - Spectator: Caledonia 'cash cow' for government, police

Mar 3 - Spectator: Caledonia must realize Six Nations is a country

Mar 3 - Sun: Caledonia's (gone) boom

Mar 1 - Star: Aboriginal activist facing many charges denied bail for 2nd time

Mar 1 - Expositor: Two years of learning

Mar 1 - Spectator: Native protester denied bail a second time

Mar 1 - Expositor: Caledonia dreamin'; Two years later, issues that sparked land dispute remain unresolved

Mar 1 - Observer: Stand-off is devastating area

Feb 29 - Shabot Obaajiwan War Chief announces renewed resolve in the wake of Lovelace's Sentencing

Feb 29 - Sachem: Publicity at Caledonia's expense

Feb 29 - Spectator: Six Nations negotiator: we surrendered lands but didn't 'let go'

Feb 29 - Star: Ipperwash chill felt in Caledonia

Feb 28 - CHCH news: Aboriginal affairs minister drinks coffee on YouTube to reach out to residents

Feb 28 - CHCH news: Natives to march to DCE

Feb 28 - CHML: Interview with Strahl, Mayor Trainer

Feb 28 - AM640: Interview with Mayor Trainer

Feb 28 - Whig: Aboriginals plan another protest; Frustration grows over Tories' budget

Feb 28 - Globe: Ontario minister turns to YouTube on Caledonia anniversary

Feb 28 - CBC: 'Numbing acceptance' of Caledonia dispute marks two-year anniversary

Feb 28 - Canwest: Two years later, Caledonia protesters remain

Feb 28 - Spectator: Heads Down, Hopes High

Feb 28 - Spectator: Bryant's law thesis: 'seeds' of his future

Feb 28 - Spectator: Caledonia: Two years later

Feb 28 - Expositor: Caledonia at a glance

Feb 28 - CBC: Province tackles First Nations child care system

Feb 28 - Sun: Bryant skirts homes fight

Feb 28 - Spectator: No going back

Feb 28 - Spectator: Former Six Nations official faces charges

Feb 28 - Globe: FANTINO UNDER FIRE

Feb 27 - CP: Two years later, Caledonia occupation continues with less fanfare, tension

Feb 27 - CP: Ontario won't stop Six Nations from charging fees to developers: minister

Feb 27 - CHML: Protestors Heading For O-P-P Commissioner's House?

Feb 27 - Expositor: Ex-band councillor charged; Glenda Porter faces 72 counts of theft, fraud, forgery, uttering forged documents

Feb 27 - Sun: Native protest targets Fantino

Feb 27 - Expositor: No help for tobacco farmers

Feb 26 - Lies, damn lies, and landclaim negotiation lies

Feb 26 - Conservatives support illegal occupation in Sharbot Lake

Feb 26 - Star: Democracy suffers under barrage of strategic lawsuits

Feb 26 - Post: Native spokesperson, Fleming counsellor jailed for protesting mining operation; Rally set for Lindsay moved to Napanee

Feb 26 - Expositor: Inaction means we can expect spring of shame

Jan 28 - MaCleans: Body Evidence (Why are Natives rejecting DNA science?)

Feb 27: CHTV 2nd Anniverary Report

Feb 26 - Hazel: Update and HDI

Feb 26 - Sun: Contraband crisis

Feb 26 - Post: John Tory's second act

Feb 26 - Spectator: Grand River plan requires consent, fee: Six Nations

Feb 26 - Spectator: Tory's 'useless' Caledonia rhetoric

Feb 25 - Spectator: Six Nations reaps bonanza in fees

Feb 25 - Expositor: Brant OPP seize illegal smokes

Feb 27: CHTV 2nd Anniverary Report

Feb 25 - CP: Aboriginal groups say they want partnerships to help build clean energy

Feb 25 - CP: Alta. chiefs call for moratorium on new oilsands development

Feb 25 - Sun: Police efficiency isn't everything

Feb 25 - CP: Alta. Aboriginal territory can't go on with medieval police detachments: chiefs

Feb 25 - Spectator: McHale sells website to 'like-minded person'

Feb 25 - Spectator: Haldimand mayor hopes developers won't cave in

Feb 25 - Spectator: Six Nations reaps bonanza in fees

Feb 25 - Citizen: Hundreds protest native leader's jailing

Feb 24 - Expositor: $26 million 'offer'? Piffle!

Feb 23 - Citizen: Retired chief stoic behind bars

Feb 23 - Intelligencer: Protesters had no other option

Feb 23 - Conservative MP Scott Reid and Conservative MPP Randy Hiller speak out against Court decision

Feb 23 - Globe: Tory to remain leader of Ontario PCs despite lukewarm vote

Feb 23 - NATIONAL POST: Police ignoring native violence, MPP alleges

Feb 22 - PressRelease: Union of BC Indian Chiefs Support Ardoch Alogonquins' Human Rights

Feb 22 - Caledonia whitewash coming? VoC’s letter to David Crombie

Feb 22 - RCMP/OPP bust tobacco smugglers - but not in Caledonia

Feb 22 - Feeding the crocodiles in Deseronto

Feb 22 - Spectator: Six Nations counter-offer for land claims coming

Feb 21 - ‘Interloper’ John Tory sinks his teeth into ‘gutless’ Premier

Feb 21 - CP: Evicted cottagers launch $50-million suit against Ottawa, First Nations band

Feb 21 - Post: Tory condemns Caledonia 'lawlessness'

Feb 21 - Sun: If Sam Gualtieri had died when he was attacked by a pack of goons last year, would Premier Dalton McGuinty have come down for his funeral?

Feb 21 - CANACE REPORT: The Human Costs of Illegal Occupations

Feb 21 - Sun: On the eve of the 2nd anniversary of the Caledonia crisis, it's time for the premier to apologize for a horrible wrong

Feb 21 - Spectator: Return law to Caledonia: Tory

Feb 21 - Spectator: Beaten builder has a damaged brain and no more business

Feb 21 - FreePress: OPP stonewalls lawyer

Feb 21 - Spectator: Lawyer: OPP probe results will aid Six Nations accused

Feb 21 - Spectator: $26m offer to natives a mystery

Feb 21 - Chronicle: Wal-Mart plan continues; Slow but sure

Feb 21 - Expositor: Land claim offer is acceptable

Feb 21 - Whig: Protesters' trial a travesty of law and moral responsibility

Feb 21 - Sun: If Sam Gualtieri had died when he was attacked by a pack of goons last year, would Premier Dalton McGuinty have come down for his funeral?

Feb 21 - Whig: Protesters' trial a travesty of law and moral responsibility

Feb 21 - FreePress: Two Years of Caledonia Thanks to McGuinty

Feb 20 - Journal: Candian Mining Perspectives: Aboriginal unrest and responsibility

Feb 20 - Citizen: $1.1M contraband cigarette seizure sets a record

Feb 20 - Chronicle: Dunnville representative to participate in group dealing with impacts of First Nations issues

Feb 20 - Whig: What is the alternative?

Feb 20 - Post: Tory calls for McGuinty to uphold law in Caledonia

Feb 20 - Press Release: NAN demands Ontario settles Ardoch land dispute

Feb 20 - PC Party: LAWLESSNESS IN CALEDONIA HURTING ONTARIANS

Feb 20 - Loggers Blockade the First Nation's Blockade

Feb 19 - CHQR: Interview with Gary McHale

Feb 19 - Globe: Hydro deals give first nations in B.C. a path to self-sufficiency

Feb 19 - Whig: Group slams fining, jailing of protester

Feb 19 - Intelligencer: Cause of three deaths remains a mystery

Feb 19 - Star: Liberals stall while Tory scoffs

Feb 18 - FreePress: Ontario: Happy Family Day, suckers

Feb 18 - Post: Dalton McGuinty's lawless Ontario

Feb 17 - Jesus: Was it the Apple Pie that Killed Him?

Feb 16 - Standard: How to stop tobacco smuggling among the Mohawks

Feb 16 - Whig: Algonquin leader fined, jailed six months; Second uranium mining protester also fined but released on 'compassionate grounds'

Feb 16 - Whig: Build bridges with First Nations

Feb 16 - Intelligencer: Three found dead on Mohawk reserve

Feb 16 - Sun: 3 found dead on Mohawk territory

Feb 16 - MNN: Master plan for phony algonquin settlement of Haudenosaunee territory

Feb 15 - CBC: Algonquin co-chief to stop her uranium protest to avoid jail

Feb 15 - BREAKING NEWS: Fantino served subpoena to appear at McHale bail hearing

Feb 15 - John Tory: Ipperwash Inquiry not a licence for “OK Corral”

Feb 15 - BREAKING NEWS: Sharbot Lake occupation falling apart

Feb 15 - Hamilton Spectator apologizes to Gary McHale

Feb 14 - Shabot Obaajiwan Algonquin Press Release

Feb 14 - Crombie pushes for joint patrols

Feb 14 - Spectator: Crombie pushes for joint patrols

Feb 14 - Expositor: Fair will teach kids about traditional native tobacco

Feb 14- Frontenac News: Shabot Obaadjiwaan leadership backs out of Robertsville

Feb 14 - Whig: Former chief won't give up uranium mine battle

Feb 14 - CP: Aboriginal 'lawlessness' blamed on Grits' inaction

Feb 14 - Expositor: Stop native lawlessness: Tory; Conservative Leader seeks action as two-year anniversary of Caledonia occupation nears

Feb 13 - Expositor: No rush to settle

Feb 13 - Expositor: Urgent response sought on offer to Six Nations

Feb 13 - Times: RCMP move in on anti-highway protest site

Feb 13 - CBC: Algonquin bands end alliance in Sharbot Lake uranium protest

Feb 13 - CBC: Ottawa abandons appeal in court fight against Ka'agee Tu First Nation

Feb 13 - Whig: Algonquin, prospectors negotiate resolution; Shabot Obaadjiwan admit to violations of injunction

Feb 13 - Post: Police ignoring native violence, MPP alleges

Feb 13 - Star: Ontario turning into 'OK Corral,' Tory suggests

Feb 13 - CP: Caledonia occupation nears anniversary; Tory calls for more respect for law

Feb 12 - MNN: Master Plan For "Algonquin" Settlement Of Haudenosaunee Land Hatched After Canadian Constitution 1982

Feb 12 - MPP Toby Barrett encourages Haldimand to demand ‘Peace, Order and Good Government’

Feb 12 - Expositor: City hall monitors latest native protests

Feb 12 - Intelligencer: Four injured in fire at quarry

Feb 23 - Rebuilding Structure for Stability - by the Alliance

Feb 11 - Haldimant Proclamation for Peace, Order and Good Government

Feb 11 - CBC: First Nations struggling with governance problems: report

Feb 11 - Spectator: A safe night of fighting

Feb 11 - MNN: Fork -Tongued "Snake Oil Salesman" Robert Lovelace Negotiating At Sharbot Lake

Feb 10 - MNN: Slimey "Bottom Feeder" Caught In Sharbot Lake

Feb 8 - McHale letter to David Crombie re ‘get used to it’ message for Caledonia

Feb 7 - CP: Ontario First Nations get $3B over next 25 years in new revenue sharing deal

Feb 7 - CBC: Algonquins resume blockade at Sharbot Lake uranium site

Feb 7 - Citizen: Uranium mining talks collapse

Feb 7 - Standard: Caledonia negotiations 'will be with us for a some time,' facilitator says

Feb 6 - Intelligencer: Defence lawyer says police are unfairly targeting Shawn Brant

Feb 6 - Councilor Sloat makes first court appearance

Feb 6 - Expositor: How would you feel if someone took your house?

Feb 3 - National Post exposes role of corruption, mismanagement, incompetence in reserve misery

Feb 3 - Lawyer John Findlay blasts Caledonia’s “real interlopers”

Jan 30 - Post: John Findlay: "Sacrificial lambs at the altar of Ipperwash"

Jan 26 - National Post takes the blinders off MSM

Jan 26 - OPP Press release re: Dec 01/07 violence by smokeshack thugs

Jan 21 - Post: John Tory: At Caledonia, the rule of law must be upheld

Jan 22 - John Tory failed Caledonia

Jan 21 - John Tory: At Caledonia, the rule of law must be upheld

Jan 22 - 'Political Prisoner': The Logic

Jan 22 - 'Political Prisoner': OPP Involvement

Jan 28 - Hazel Update regarding $26 million offer and HDI etc.

Jan 19 - Post: National Post editorial on Dalton McGuinty's Caledonia policy: 'The coward at Queen's Park'

Jan 10 - Parkinson & Kinrade show Haldimand councillor not above law

Jan 8 - VoC’s predictions for 2008

Jan 9 - Haldimand councilor charged with assault

Jan 10 - Parkinson & Kinrade show Haldimand councillor not above law

Jan 9 - Haldimand "Local Councilor Charged"

Jan 4 - Timmer, Teka News and the Truth

Jan 9 - Teka: Jamieson spokes out regarding Negotiations

Jan 18 - Post: Full transcript of Q&A with Calvin Helin

Jan 18 - Post: Living off the band land

Jan 18 - Post: Send in the troops

Jan 18 - Post: Aboriginal population young and growing

Jan 18 - Post: 54% of aboriginals live in urban areas

Jan 18 - Post: Number of aboriginals in crowded dwellings drops

Jan 17 - Post: Caledonia redux

Jan 17 - Post: Rule of law missing in Six Nations dispute: developers

Jan 17 - Post: Natives demand royalties for land

Jan 16 - Post: Jonathan Kay on the disgrace of native lawlessness in Ontario

Jan 16 - Sun: Natives seek break in cities

Jan 16 - CBC: Premier tells municipalities to ignore Six Nations development fee

Jan 16 - CHML: Interview with Fantino

Jan 16 - Spectator: Six Nations did not participate in census

Jan 16 - Spectator: Natives to shun OHIP too?

Jan 15 - CBC: Six Nations Grand River claim taken seriously, mayor says

Jan 15 - CBC: Former Mohawk chief caught in siege ponders federal politics

Jan 15 - Expositor: Natives issue warning over tobacco taxes; 'As a nation, we will resist it to the last breath'

Jan 15 - Expositor: Six Nations doctor charged with massive OHIP fraud

Jan 15 - CP: Census seeks to distinguish between being aboriginal and feeling aboriginal

Jan 15 - CP: Big cities, big aboriginal population: urban trend stresses service agencies

Jan 15 - CP: Gap in age between aboriginal and general population grows to 13 years

Jan 14 - CBC: Six Nations boosting demands in land claim dispute along Grand River

Jan 11 - Spectator: Native protester claims he's a 'political prisoner'

Jan 10 - Teka: Ratification may be difficult

Jan 3 - CHML: Class Action Interview with John Findlay (11 Mins)

Jan 9 - Haldimand councilor charged with assault

Jan 10 - Parkinson & Kinrade show Haldimand councillor not above law

Jan 9 - Haldimand "Local Councilor Charged"

Jan 4 - Timmer, Teka News and the Truth

Jan 9 - Teka: Jamieson spokes out regarding Negotiations

Jan 1 - Law and Order vs Justice Democracy – A Balancing Act

Jan 19 - Post: National Post editorial on Dalton McGuinty's Caledonia policy: 'The coward at Queen's Park'

Jan 18 - Post: Full transcript of Q&A with Calvin Helin

Jan 18 - Post: Living off the band land

Jan 18 - Post: Send in the troops

Jan 18 - Post: Aboriginal population young and growing

Jan 18 - Post: 54% of aboriginals live in urban areas

Jan 18 - Post: Number of aboriginals in crowded dwellings drops

Jan 17 - Post: Caledonia redux

Jan 17 - Post: Rule of law missing in Six Nations dispute: developers

Jan 17 - Post: Natives demand royalties for land

Jan 16 - Post: Jonathan Kay on the disgrace of native lawlessness in Ontario

Jan 16 - Sun: Natives seek break in cities

Jan 16 - CBC: Premier tells municipalities to ignore Six Nations development fee

Jan 16 - CHML: Interview with Fantino

Jan 16 - Spectator: Six Nations did not participate in census

Jan 16 - Spectator: Natives to shun OHIP too?

Jan 15 - CBC: Six Nations Grand River claim taken seriously, mayor says

Jan 15 - CBC: Former Mohawk chief caught in siege ponders federal politics

Jan 15 - Expositor: Natives issue warning over tobacco taxes; 'As a nation, we will resist it to the last breath'

Jan 15 - Expositor: Six Nations doctor charged with massive OHIP fraud

Jan 15 - CP: Census seeks to distinguish between being aboriginal and feeling aboriginal

Jan 15 - CP: Big cities, big aboriginal population: urban trend stresses service agencies

Jan 15 - CP: Gap in age between aboriginal and general population grows to 13 years

Jan 14 - CBC: Six Nations boosting demands in land claim dispute along Grand River

Jan 11 - Spectator: Native protester claims he's a 'political prisoner'

Jan 10 - Teka: Ratification may be difficult

Jan 3 - CHML: Class Action Interview with John Findlay (11 Mins)

Jan 9 - Haldimand councilor charged with assault

Jan 10 - Parkinson & Kinrade show Haldimand councillor not above law

Jan 9 - Haldimand "Local Councilor Charged"

Jan 4 - Timmer, Teka News and the Truth

Jan 9 - Teka: Jamieson spokes out regarding Negotiations

Jan 1 - Law and Order vs Justice Democracy – A Balancing Act