Author: Jeremy Zafran

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Even though the shoes representing the 215 souls discovered at the former Residential school in Kamloops, BC have been released and removed from in front of the St Francis Xavier Mission Church in Kahnawake, there are still plenty of shoes on display in the community. Jessica Hernandez, says the news of the bodies being discovered […]

With the deadline looming in Quebec for front line health care workers to be vaccinated or be suspended without pay the pandemic has taken its toll on everyone in health care, including those at the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center in Kahnawake. “In speaking with colleagues at the hospital and other nurses and physicians everywhere, I […]

A communication issue between the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake and the Jacques Cartier – Champlain Bridges, Inc. (JCCBI) resulted in a misunderstanding that saw some people from the Longhouse at 207 protest planned work. A small building to house electrical equipment for the Mercier Bridge lighting system was to be built with the lighting on […]

There has been a decrease in active cases of COVID-19 in Kahnawà:ke leading The Public Safety Commission and The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre’s Public Health to lower the community’s Alert Level from Red to Yellow. With a decrease in contacts in isolation, the stability of cases in the regions surrounding Kahnawake and the ability for […]

The post office will be temporarily closed for at least one day next week. Linda Benwell is Canada Post’s Post Master in Kahnawake: “On Tuesday, October 5th, the post office counter will be closed all day for maintenance, the public will, however, have access to their P.O. boxes. And we are scheduled to reopen fully […]

Approximately 100 Kahnawakero:non gathered for a ceremony to celebrate the birthdays of all the children who were forced to attend residential schools. Curran Katsirorokwas Jacobs was one of the organizers: “It was really beautiful, we got a lot of positive feedback from the families of some of the survivors and the survivors themselves. It was, […]

Kyla Morris of Kahnawake is a forward on the Dawson College women’s hockey team. 3 years ago, she first adorned her hockey stick with orange tape to honour the children who attended Residential schools. On Wednesday, her entire team followed suit and even wore orange t-shirts underneath their uniforms: “Right from the beginning of the […]

One day before the marking of the National Truth and Reconciliation Day, the AFNQL held a press conference where they spoke about their action plan on racism and discrimination. After running into continued roadblocks from the Quebec government, the Assembly of First Nations Quebec Labrador are making a plea directly to Quebeckers to commit to […]

The 36th Annual Mohawk Miles will take place this Saturday afternoon into the evening in the area along River Road between the St. Francis Xavier Church and the Turtle Bay Elders Lodge. The Public Safety Division of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke saying that his year’s race will run from 3:30pm until approximately 9pm. As […]

Inspection and maintenance work will require the following overnight and weekend closures on the Mercier Bridge starting tonight from 9pm until 5am tomorrow Friday, expect a partial closure of one lane for inspection on the Kahnawake-bound span. Then on Friday night at 9pm until 1am on Saturday Morning there will be a partial closure of […]

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