Treaty Recognition Week 2022: November 6-12

As we acknowledge Treaty Recognition Week 2022 on November 6-12, we will feature a daily post that honours our treaties and shares knowledge of the belts associated with storytelling.

We begin with an interview with Martin Powless (Kahlunyunti), Policy Analyst at Oneida Political Office and the Two Row Wampum belt of 1613.

Youth Rock

Oneida Youth Rocks.. supported by Oneida’s Elected Chief and Council”

Oneida Oliwase

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Welcome to the new Oneida Nation of the Thames website

Dear Oneida Nation of the Thames community,

On behalf of the Oneida Nation Council, I would like to welcome you to our official website. Oneida Nation of the Thames is a progressive Iroquois community and a wonderful place to live, work, and visit.

I encourage you to explore the different areas of our website to learn more about our Oneida Nation. We are committed to improving and expanding our ability to provide members with information concerning the services and functions of our governance and administrative systems. Thank you for visiting oneida.on.ca and we look forward to serving you.

Sincerely,

Oneida Nation of the Thames
Political Office