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All vaccination clinics will take place at the Knights of Columbus Hall, effective immediately. This coming from The Public Safety Commission, who remind you that if you have an appointment for a flu vaccine or for a COVID-19 vaccine that your appointment will take place at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The vaccination clinics will no longer […]

The KMHC has provided an Update on the recent COVID-19 Outbreak in Inpatient Care Services at the Hospital Centre. They are reporting that all staff and residents from inpatient have been tested and the results are all negative at this time. As there had been 2 positive cases that designated the situation as an outbreak, […]

There has been 2 positive Covid-19 cases at the KMHC Inpatient care services department, making it an outbreak. Reported by Public Health, The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) has taken immediate measures, implemented to ensure the health and safety of the residents and staff during this outbreak: All residents are currently being screened and are […]

The annual flu shot campaign will launch in Kahnawake on Monday along with the rest of the province. Appointments can be booked beginning Friday through the KMHC and Clic-Sante. The doses will be administered at the Knights of Columbus. Dawn Montour Lazare is the Manager of Outpatient Care with the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center joined […]

After a brief stint ‘on the injured list’, the Minimax Recycling Collection Truck is back on the road following repairs to a cracked radiator. The Waste Management Department of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke apologizing for the inconvenience, thanking the community for patiently awaiting the completion of the repairs.

A COVID-19 outbreak has been identified within a department of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke organization. Contact tracing and isolation measures to mitigate the transmission were undertaken immediately with two (2) employees testing positive for COVID-19. Affected individuals are aware and have been advised to follow measures to ensure their own safety and that of […]

Kahnawake has lost one of its most recognized community members. Carl Wayne “Bo” Curotte passed away early this morning after a battle with kidney cancer. He was 68 years old. Bo was a US Marine who served in Vietnam. He is survived by his common law spouse Mary Sky, his son Kasitz, his sisters Christine […]

A third dose of the Covid-19 vaccines are now being given across First Nations communities, with  booster shots having already begun here in Kahnawake with the territory for the past few weeks. Lisa Westaway is the Executive Director of the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center: “We’ve started booster shots for people who are immunocompromised or with […]

Expect a Mercier Bridge overnight lane closure in effect starting tonight for inspection work. The work will require the partial closure of one lane on the Kahnawà:ke-bound Mercier Bridge from 9pm tonight until Saturday at 5am. There can be delays trying to access the Mercier bridge from Montreal with scheduled work in the Ville-Saint-Pierre Interchange […]

Good health news for an Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke official. The MCK saying that Ratsénhaienhs Barton Goodleaf is on the road to recovery. The Elected Official has been on Medical Leave since September 17th, that is when he underwent heart surgery. Goodleaf letting all Kahnawa’kehró:non know that the surgery was successful and that he is […]

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