Author: Paul Graif

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Less than a day after announcing that 90 rain barrels will be given away to community members, the Kahnawake Environment Protection Office says they are all accounted for. Marina Gosselin is the Environmental Projects Coordinator for Climate Change at KEPO, she says they received over 260 applications for the rain barrels which they gave away […]

Five days after the recycling truck was taken off the roads for emergency repairs, it is now back on the road as of this morning. “The truck is back on the road,” Iotshatena:wi Reed, Communications at the Waste Management Department, told K1037  News. “Everyone can put out their blue bin, if it’s full. A reminder […]

Be prepared to lose an hour of sleep ‘springing forward’ Saturday night into Sunday morning. Daylight saving time comes to an end at 2am Sunday and this marks a perfect opportunity for you to think about safety. According to the Kahnawake Fire Brigade it is a great reminder to think about fire safety. Whishe Stacey […]

The Kahnawà:ke Peacekeepers, in partnership with the Kahnawà:ke Fire Brigade, retired officers, and the National Hockey League Player’s Association (NHLPA), have announced the ‘By the Rapids River Hockey Project,’ geared towards improving the mental and physical health of Kahnawake youth. The NHLPA donated 25 sets of hockey equipment that will be presented to successful applicants. […]

One of the principal fundraisers for the Kateri Memorial Foundation (KMF), has been delayed by a month. Originally scheduled for this coming Saturday, March 12th, the Golden Ticket raffle has been pushed to Saturday, April 16th. Carla Skye, the President of the KMF Board of Directors says COVID-19 restrictions have delayed ticket sales. “We only […]

Feedback on the two regulations drafted under the Kahnawà:ke Residency Law (KRL) and two regulations drafted under the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law are available for review for 30 days. “We’ve actually had two focus groups with people from the community who gave their input on the four regulations drafts that we had put out,” said Melanie Konwenni Gilbert, […]

The R-132 west up-ramp towards Montreal will be temporarily closed tonight from 20:00 to 22:00. The Route 132 up ramp in Kahnawake, from La Prairie to the Mercier Bridge, as well as the Rte. 132 down ramp from the bridge, will be closed Tuesday night at 8 pm until Wednesday morning at 4 am. Detours […]

Serge Jr Tremblay has been officially charged after appearing in Longueuil court Monday afternoon. The 50 year old was charged with two counts of robbery, one count of assault and two counts of breach of probation following several cigarette store robberies last week in Kahnawake. According to the Kahnawake Peacekeepers, Tremblay will remain behind bars […]

An iconic business in Kahnawake for the last quarter century is changing hands. Joey Standup and his wife Brittany Zachary-Standup have taken over the reins at Dustin’s Convenience from Joey’s parents Virginia and Craig. “It feels great,” Zachary-Standup told K1037 News. “I have big shoes to fill right now. My husband and I both have […]

Local Public Health team at the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre is unable to provide COVID-19 documentation that is required for travel. Travel document requirements vary greatly depending on location and method of travel and it is up to travelers to inform themselves of requirements and to obtain appropriate travel documentation privately. The following link can […]

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