The War of 1812 and its Legacy at Akwesasne by Doug George-Kanentiio DEC 15, 2014

CFN – By December of 1814 the war between the US and Britain was coming to a close. Britain was under growing pressure to restore trade with the US and reduce the tax burdens of its citizens not only from the conflicts in North America but with France on the European continent. . Napoleon had… Continue reading The War of 1812 and its Legacy at Akwesasne by Doug George-Kanentiio DEC 15, 2014

Miss Steak : Whoa! Stop the Bridge Destruction in Cornwall Ontario! DEC 11, 2014

CFN – Over the years Cornwall has lost a few gems because we tore them down in the name of modernization. Two that readily come to mind are The Old Post Office at the corner of Pitt and Second Street and the other was The Capital Theatre. These buildings were constructed many years ago, but… Continue reading Miss Steak : Whoa! Stop the Bridge Destruction in Cornwall Ontario! DEC 11, 2014

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Games We Used to Play as Kids OCT 19, 2014

  One of the great things about being a senior is that you have a lot to reminisce about. A friend Sandra and I started remembering some of our fun as kids growing up in Cornwall. We were at our Tai Chi lesson just before it began. She was commenting on the fact that the… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Games We Used to Play as Kids OCT 19, 2014

Iroquois Battle Iroquois at the Battle of Chippawa by Doug George-Kanentiio WAR of 1812

CFN – Iroquois on both sides of the Canada-US border were drawn into the War of 1812; for those mostly Mohawks who fought alongside the Canadian and British forces it was a matter of survival for they had good reason to suspect the expansionist Americans while their relatives to the south (mostly Seneca) elected to… Continue reading Iroquois Battle Iroquois at the Battle of Chippawa by Doug George-Kanentiio WAR of 1812

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