A recent survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) indicates that 50 percent of small businesses have reported a drop in their sales as a result of the COVID-19 and coronavirus pandemic. Now, more than ever, the need to support local business amidst closures, reduction of hours, and social distancing has become a […]
These days it’s tough to get through your day without feeling overwhelmed at times. And, those of you who are caregivers to children or to our Elders are doubly busy, in addition to trying to care for yourself. Sometimes that last part gets shoved aside in favour of ensuring those around you are looked after first. […]
Recognized as the oldest surviving church in Ontario, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, or Mohawk Chapel, as it’s referred to, was originally called St Paul’s. It was the first Protestant church in what was known as Upper Canada and is the only Royal Chapel in all of North America. It’s also the […]
Located at 993 Highway 54, on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, sits a reconstructed 17th-century Iroquois longhouse, in stark contrast to the open-air greenhouse which is adjacent to it. These unique structures belong to Kayanase – an environmental restoration and tourism initiative managed by Grand River Employment & Training (GREAT.)
February 16 – 23, 2020 is recognized as Random Act of Kindness Week. If winter has got you feeling long-in-the-tooth and short on patience, you might want to perk things up a bit by getting into the spirit of things! The Random Act of Kindness Week website encourages everyone to make kindness the norm at […]
When you’re in love, Valentine’s Day can be something you plan for months ahead. But, if you’re like many of us, it might be the furthest thing from your mind until the last-minute! Yes, you love your partner. And, you want to show them your affection in a way that’s meaningful to the two of you. […]
Chiefswood National Historic Site is the birthplace and childhood home of renowned Mohawk and English poetess E. Pauline Johnson. It was constructed between 1853 and 1856, at Six Nations, as a wedding gift from her father, Chief George Henry Martin Johnson, to her mother, Emily Susanna Howells.
Each year, Six Nations Tourism updates our community map and tour guide in time for the busy spring/summer tourism season. With so much happening on and around Six Nations this year, this is a unique opportunity to market your business or service that you won’t want to miss!
The Six Nations Tourism Map and Tour […]
Gathering Place by the Grand (GPG), at the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, hosts a monthly series of thoughtful and eclectic films, some which feature poignant themes, all of which are relevant to Indigenous culture, worldview and issues?. On the last Monday of each month, beginning with the film entitled […]
Gathering Place by the Grand, Six Nations’ Convention centre, along with Chiefswood Park invite you to join them in the Community Partnership Program Information session January 22nd at 6:00pm at 2593 Chiefswood Road. This info session will allow you to learn about what the CPP is, how you can apply, and […]