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A community update from The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre Public Health Department and the Public Safety Commission on the current Public Health Measures in the community. Under the Kahnawà:ke Emergency Preparedness Law, Directive #65, the KMHC testing site in Kahnawake remains available only for essential service workers and people who are being admitted for surgery […]

Another Day, another road closure for some of the Mercier Bridge on and off ramps. Work is set for both of the 132 ramps towards Montreal and La Prairie, which will be shut for repairs starting at 8pm tonight lasting until 4 a.m. on Wednesday morning. There will be detours put in-place via the 138

The Kahnawà:ke Environment Protection Office (KEPO) is currently undertaking a survey to gauge the community’s knowledge and support for environmental laws in Kahnawà:ke. The survey that concludes this Friday, 11 Enniskó:wa/March 11th, at 11:59pm, has as it’s intention to identify environmental concerns and priorities for the community. The survey, whose information will be kept completely […]

The Kahnawà:ke Public Safety Commission says that as of Monday, February 28, proof of vaccination (QR Code) will no longer be a legal requirement for businesses in Kahnawà:ke. However, it will be up to the business should they prefer to continue using proof of vaccination as an option to help safeguard their employees and clientele. […]

Starting Monday, the Vaccination Passport will no longer be required for adult hockey or private skating rentals at the Kahnawà:ke Sports Complex. The Sports and recreation Unit saying that the Passport will still be required for all participants, athletes, volunteers, and spectators during Kahnawà:ke Minor Hockey Association and Kahnawà:ke Figure Skating Club hours.  Removing this […]

An extension of one week has been granted for the two (2) regulations drafted under the Kahnawà:ke Residency Law (KRL) and (2) regulations drafted under the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law to be reviewed for community feedback was supposed to end this Thursday at 4pm. The new deadline is Thursday, March 3rd at 4pm. The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) offering […]

The state of emergency in the community has been lifted. The announcement was made today by Kahnawà:ke’s Public Safety and Public Health who determined that the situation no longer warranted a State of Emergency. This change affects the mandate for the COVID-19 Task Force that will also expire. The mandate will continue to be carried […]

There will be the first installation of Inside Out Project: Indigenous Forced Displacement on February 20th and 21st. Montreal will host the art project, founded by internationally renowned French photographer and street artist JR, with Montreal’s Indigenous community group action entitled: Indigenous Forced Displacement. Indigenous communities in the Montreal area are diverse, with specific experiences […]

The investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against the late Father Leon Lajoie will conclude on Friday, February 25th. Once the investigation is completed, the MCK has been informed a final report to the community should be expected sometime in March. The investigation firm was appointed and is funded by the Jesuit Order of Canada. […]

Kahnawa’kehró:non who receive Social Assistance benefits will be getting additional COVID-19 funding, intended to off-set essential living expenses and the rising costs associated to the pandemic. Each client file will receive the same amounts regardless of the amount of people residing at a particular household and it will be retroactive to November, 2021. The period […]

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