Author: Paul Graif

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Kahnawà:ke’s new wind farm in St Remi and St-Michel was officially dedicated on Monday. The $70 million dollar project has been in the works for nearly 20 years, but only got underway in the spring of 2018. The six turbines can power 2500 homes a year. They will generate economic benefits to Kahnawà:ke. “In terms of […]

The 31st Indigenous Firefighters Competition for the Quebec region was held at Karonhianonhnha School on Saturday. After four grueling evolutions in searing heat that reached 30 degrees, the team from Nemaska just edged out the Kahnawake Fire Brigade (KFB) for first place among the 7 teams. Gesgapegiag was third. Lieutenant Karonhiio Curotte was the Captain […]

Three appointments were formally passed by consensus via Mohawk Council Executive Directives at the Council Meeting that took place this past Monday, June 20th. David A. Diabo has been appointed as a new voting member of the Commission in the role of community representative for a term of three (3) years. Stephanie Cross has been […]

Kahnawà:ke Justice Services of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke wishes to advise the public that sessions of the Court of Kahnawà:ke, currently operating at the Golden Age Club, are now re-opened to the public. Sessions can be attended by those who are participating in court proceedings, those awaiting their scheduled hearing time, as well as […]

Work will conclude this evening on Studies and Soil Characterization at the Tekakwitha Island Bridge. The ongoing study being conducted by the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation for the Tekakwitha Island Bridge will conclude today. The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke stating that the studies will be carried out by the engineering firm SNC-Lavalin until 6pm, […]

Marc Miller is the Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister in the Federal government. He was on Tetewatharen, the noon-hour talk show on K1037 Monday, talking about the government’s 16 million dollar contribution to the building of a new cultural center in the community. It’s part of a program to promote healing and reconciliation. At one point during […]

K1037 (CKRK-FM) wishes to inform the public that James Jacobs has resigned his position as Program Director of the community radio station. Mr. Jacobs had been in the position since July 2018. Since that time he has been instrumental in improving the station’s technical capabilities, including overseeing the work to upgrade the transmitter and tower. […]

The Federal Government is pledging a $16 million investment to help construct a new multi-purpose building in Kahnawake that will house the Cultural Center, a Museum and Theatre, as well as office space for Kahnawake Tourism. Through the new Cultural Spaces in Indigenous Communities program, Crown-Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada is providing $16 million towards the […]

The former Rustik Motel in Chateauguay is being transformed into social housing that will benefit some from Kahnawake. 31 units will be renovated and made available for itinerant and at risk people. At a cost of $6 million the Motel’s rooms will be transformed into furnished studio apartments – and should be ready by the […]

In what was a close vote, held over two days at the Golden Age Club, Kahnawakero:non voted to have the remains of Father Leon Lajoie removed from the community. There were 420 ballots cast, two of which were spoiled according to PlanIT Consulting and Communications, which administered the vote. 53% of those who cast their […]

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