Author: Paul Graif

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With all protocols in place to ensure the safety of employees and visitors, the Kahnawà:ke Welcome Center will once again be open to the public. The Welcome Center will be offering tours in designated areas accompanied by a tour guide and will also offer information as to what is available for visitors including: retail shopping, […]

The Kahnawake Peacekeepers have a suspect after a string of robberies at Cigarette stores in the community that began on Tuesday night. Last night (Thursday) at 7:04 pm the Peacekeepers responded to a panic alarm. A male, fitting the same description as a robbery at Monsieur Tabac on Tuesday, entered the Bear Claw cigarette store […]

After 40 years helping to uphold the law and keep Kahnawake safe, Frank Phillips has called it a career with the Kahnawake Peacekeepers (PKs). “Surprisingly it feels like there was a weight taken off my shoulders of some of the responsibilities I had,” Phillips told K1037 News. “Every year there was more and more technology going […]

The issue of Father Leon Lajoie’s remains is going to a vote in Kahnawake. Following a community consultation late last year, nearly 52% of those who responded voted to have his remains exhumed and moved elsewhere. Almost 29% said to leave him where he is until the investigation is complete. 19% said they wanted him […]

All Kahnawake Education Center (KEC) schools are closed because of the ongoing ice and snow storm. All buses are cancelled today. Not only school buses but city buses as well. Step by Step Child and Family Center is closed. Karihwanoron and Avery’s are also closed. Indian Way is closed. The KOR Cultural Center is closed, […]

On Tuesday, The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) and the Six Nations of the Grand River (SNGR) signed a Mutual Cooperation Agreement on Gaming, Both territories are collaboratively committing to: “defend, by any means possible, our Indigenous jurisdiction over gaming, and the socio-economic benefits our communities would derive therein.” The Agreement facilitates a memorandum of […]

Organized by Quebec Native Women (QNW) and the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal (NWSM) a vigil and march was held in downtown Montreal Monday evening to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). “There’s many provinces across Canada that do a vigil or a march on this particular day,” Nakuset, the Executive director […]

Reaction from the Kahnawake COVID-19 Task Force after reports that Quebec will be loosening some of the COVID restrictions with an announcement this afternoon at 1 pm from Premier Francois Legault. “All the things we’ve been moving forward thus far, some are in line with what Quebec is doing. Some other areas we are definitely […]

The Nisoonag Partnership representing Serpent River, Sagamok-Anishnawbek and Mississauga First Nation plans to begin searching the former Spanish residential schools for possible human remains. Josie McGregor of Kahnawake attended the Spanish residential school for girls from 1940-51 beginning when she was just five years old. Now 88 years old She still has a difficult time […]

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) held meetings today with both the Federal and Provincial Ministers who hold the offices relating to Indigenous relations. Ohén:ton Í:iente ne Ratitsénhaienhs (Grand Chief) Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer, Ratsénhaienhs Michael Delisle and Ratsénhaienhs Ross Montour meeting this morning with Canada’s Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Marc Miller. On the Kahnawà:ke-Canada Relations discussion […]

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