Author: Jeremy Zafran

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Yesterday afternoon at approximately 2pm, The Kahnawà:ke Peacekeepers received a call concerning a suspicious person that had entered the grounds of the Kahnawà:ke Survival School. The call that came in identified that a non-local male had approached students asking them some questions then leaving the school grounds, proceeding to a store across the street. The […]

The Awards are piling up for a Kahnawà:ke filmmaker. Courtney Montour is the writer and director of Mary Two-Axe Early: I Am Indian Again. It’s a documentary on the work of the Kahnawa’kehró:non to eliminate sex based discrimination in the Indian Act in the 1970’s and 80’s. The doc won the Best Documentary Short award […]

Approximately 40-50 community members turned out last night at the Moose Lodge to speak with elected members of the Mohawk Council of Kahnàwake on the Father Lajoie issue. Tonya Perron was one of the elected officials taking part. She says there was a variety of opinions and thoughts expressed during the dialogue with the council. […]

An update to the COVID-19 Outbreak in Inpatient Care Services has been released by The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) where, as of Monday, November 8th, the IPC Unit 2 (second floor) has reopened to visitors. There had been an outbreak at the In-patient Care (IPC) Services department, and even with the visitors returning to […]

The Kahnawà:ke Economic Summit that was held last week virtually, has been deemed a big success by organizers at Tewa. Kimberly Cross-Zacharie is the event coordinator: “The summit was fantastic, the results that came out of it were beyond what was expected, I think what everybody expected, we had so much feedback from businesses. We […]

A vandal struck overnight on the grounds of Karonhianonhnha School in Kahnawà:ke. Iakoiahwahnehhass Fallen Jacobs is the school’s interim Principal: “Overnight, there was some damage done to our property. We found ATV tracks in our grass and in our nursery/kindergarten playground area as well as we had some vandalism done to our gazebo, our screened-in […]

The KEC is reassuring parents that they are not making vaccinations mandatory to attend our schools. Regarding vaccinations for 5–12-year old’s, the KEC will not be hosting or planning visits to the vaccination clinics at the Knights of Columbus Hall and are advising parents to keep informed through the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center, directing any […]

MCK elected officials will be gauging the opinions of community members by inviting them to share their concerns and feedback on the issue regarding the remains of Father Leon Lajoie. Recently, with allegations being made by individuals against Lajoie, and with the discovery of remains of Indigenous children from residential schools, the MCK are aware that […]

The latest numbers from Public Health have been released for Covid-19 cases in Kahnawake as of 5pm, November 1st. There are currently 5 active cases in the community, including 3 new reported cases. This makes for a total of 147 positive cases during the 4th wave and 276 since the outset of the pandemic. There […]

Asphalt installation will take place on Route 207 south of Old Malone Highway, tomorrow, Wednesday. The Capital Unit of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke saying that the upcoming project will be in the area of Jacobs Commercial Center. The final grading is set to take place Wednesday, with the installation of the asphalt scheduled for […]

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