Author: Paul Graif

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The 20 East access ramp as well as 1st avenue access for the 138 towards the Mercier Bridge will be completely closed this weekend. The work begins at 11:30 tonight and wraps up at 5 am Monday. As well, one of two lanes for the 20 West ramp to the 138 will remain closed from […]

A vote will be held in Kahnawake over two days to determine what to do with the remains of Father Leon Lajoie who was the Priest at the Kateri Catholic Church in Kahnawake. He died in 1999 and was buried on the grounds. There was a survey held in the community earlier this year asking […]

There has been an increase in cases of COVID-19 in all three units of the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center (KMHC). It is due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant. According to Executive Director Lisa Westaway, all of the patients are said to be doing very well.  However, the number of cases is still expected […]

There has been an increase in cases of COVID-19 in all three units of the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center (KMHC). It is due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant. According to hospital officials, all of the patients are said to be “doing very well.” However, the number of cases is still expected to […]

Five local males reported their wallets were stolen from their dressing room while they were on the ice between 7 and 8:30 on Saturday evening at the Kahnawake Sports Complex. The Kahnawake Peacekeepers say the file is under investigation. They are looking at security camera footage. They are recommending that all who use the Sports […]

In a release from the the Kateri Memorial Hospital (KMHC) Saturday afternoon, they are providing an update to the current outbreak that was announced Friday, March 18th. “In order to gain a better understanding of the current outbreak in inpatient, all visitation is on hold until further notice,” the hospital stated in a release. “KMHC […]

The Executive Summary of the investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against the late Fr. Leon Lajoie is online for you to read at www.kahnawake.com/lajoie. There is also a video version of the summary on the KTV web site in which investigator Brian King of the King International Advisory Group, explains the summary saying in […]

A COVID-19 outbreak has been identified at KMHC inpatient. Five  people have tested positive for the coronavirus. All 5 currently have mild symptoms and are doing well. Immediate measures are being implemented to ensure the health and safety of the residents and staff during this outbreak: Identified residents and staff have been screened and are […]

Icebreaking operations are now getting underway in Kahnawà:ke on the St. Lawrence Seaway. “The Icebreaker is scheduled sometime today to come through Kahnawà:ke and it’s very important for community members to realize that once it goes through the ice will become unstable especially in the Bay area,” said Atiesa Foot, the Emergency Management Technician Officer with […]

After a two year absence the Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow Wow is returning to Kahnawake. The final decision was made at a Tuesday night meeting of the organizers. According to Lynne Norton, secretary of the organizing committee, there has been a lot of interes, both inside and outside of the community, in reviving […]


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