Author: Jeremy Zafran

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The Covid-19 Task Force held a Facebook live update on Kahnàwake 911 Thursday, that was broadcast on your community radio station, K1037. Lloyd Phillips Commissioner of Public Safety was at the podium with news on the continued staggered easing of measures in the community. Phillips saying that there you can expect significant changes in progress […]

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke passed the drafted ‘Terms of Reference’ documents by consensus at yesterday’s duly-convened Council meeting. These ‘Terms of Reference’ (for the Grand Chief and Council Chiefs) were developed in response to the direction given by the community during the MCK’s Governance Project consultation.  These consultations identified a need for a document […]

Starting the week of February 21st, the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center will be giving Covid-19 vaccines at the hospital by appointment only. This measure was taken due to limited space and based on current safety measures in place. The KMHC will be taking names and planning the clinic dates based on need, types of vaccines […]

There will be two Community Feedback session for the Kahnawà:ke Residency Law and Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law. With 4 total regulations drafted under both laws, they will be reviewed for community feedback via online Zoom sessions taking place: tonight (Tuesday) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm and again on Thursday, February 10th, from 10:30 am until 12 noon. An additional […]

Two (2) regulations drafted under the Kahnawà:ke Residency Law (KRL) and (2) regulations drafted under the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law will be reviewed for community feedback via online Zoom sessions taking place on: Tuesday, February 8th, from 6:30 pm until to 8:00 pm and again on Thursday, February 10th, from 10:30 am until 12 noon. The Mohawk Council […]

Effective immediately in Kahnàwake the following businesses can resume operations with the following measures: Gyms/Fitness Centers – Maximum capacity of 8 people, all measures of masking (3ply medical grade), social distancing, and hygiene must be maintained Personal Care/Massage – Reduced capacity, all measures of masking (3ply medical grade), social distancing, and hygiene must be maintained The Kahnawà:ke […]

The Family Drop-Off for Residents of Inpatient Care is scheduled for this coming Sunday, January 16th from 12pm until 2pm. The drop-off will be conducted at the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center Covid-19 testing site and will be only open to Friends and Family members of KMHC residents. As for a guideline list of items that […]

The two pharmacies in Kahnawake will once again be receiving some of the COVID-19 testing kits. However, an employee at the Old Malone Pharmacy says they are supposed to be getting more. However, they are unsure of the quantity or even when they will be delivered. They received approximately 100 kits in December but they […]

Vaccinations in the community have been moved back to the Bingo Hall on the 138. That started today in Kahnàwake in response to the 5th wave. A newly updated schedule was released by Public Safety and the KMHC today, with the clinic now remaining open until 7:30 pm tonight, operating again both tomorrow and Wednesday […]

Pictures have circulated by the media and on social media highlighting the removal of the central span portion of the Old Champlain Bridge. Images of the distinct green middle-superstructure being lowered onto a barge and taken away were on full display over the weekend. Eugene Diabo is a retired Ironworker. He worked from the ground […]


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