Author: Paul Graif

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Kahnawake’s Public Works answered the call at 3 am Friday to work at full capacity to keep up with the latest winter storm. Terry Diabo Jr is the Roads and Highway Manager at the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake. “We’re dealing with it pretty well,” Diabo Jr told K1037 News. “We’ve got everybody out there as […]

The MCK’s Political Priorities and Principles for the 2021-2024 Council term have been announced, with the Shared Kahnawà:ke Vision Statement taken into consideration. The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke has set 3 priorities as was done in the previous term, including: Language & Cultural Revitalization with the support and realization of the new Cultural Center/Museum/Theatre; and […]

Des Cultures Wind Farm in Saint-Rémi and Saint-Michel has received the green light from Hydro-Québec to officially start operations. The wind farm will power the equivalent of more than 2,500 homes and sell renewable electricity – generated by six wind turbines – to Hydro-Quebec for at least Twenty years. An outdoor event celebrating the inauguration […]

At Kahnàwake Survival School, there was a lockdown in affect at 9:37 this morning. The KSS successfully activated a “Hold and Secure” protocol following the external threat. An individual made verbal threats that activated the protocol in place to safeguard the safety of students, staff and the building.  The Kahnàwake Peacekeepers were immediately informed and […]

Rapid Testing kits are available for Kahnawa’kehró:non only beginning today. The kits will be available for pick-up, starting Monday from 1pm until 5pm. They will be distributed “Drive-by” style in the parking lot of the Knights of Columbus Hall.  You will also be able to pick up your kits from 9am to 5pm from Tuesday to […]

At approximately 12:30 today, a “Freedom Convoy” was expected to travel on the 132 passing through Kahnàwake and over the Mercier Bridge. This convoy launched last Sunday in British Columbia comprised of trucks and vehicles making their way to Canada’s capital to protest vaccination mandates. With the expected traffic over the bridge, the Kahnàwake Peacekeepers […]

KEC schools will be returning to onsite student learning at each of its three schools as of Monday, January 31st. From a Task Force live event on Kahnàwake 911 and broadcast live right here on your community radio station K1037, it was announced that KEC directors, school administrators, Kahnawà:ke Local Public Health and other key […]

Kahnawa’kehró:non who have received a COVID-19 vaccine outside of the province of Quebec are being guided by The Kahnawà:ke COVID-19 Task Force on the necessary procedure to upload the proof to the vaccine passport. The Task Force saying that if you have received a COVID-19 vaccine outside of Quebec or Canada, you will need to […]

January 28th, at approximately 12:00pm, the Freedom Convoy is expected to travel on Route 132 through Kahnàwake and over the Mercier Bridge. This is the convoy that began last Sunday in British Columbia and is comprised of thousands of trucks that are making their way to Canada’s capital. With the expected traffic over the bridge, […]

A vaccination scam has made its way to Kahnàwake, with a text message inviting you to participate in a lottery for $100 dollars. The issue being there is no lottery underway and the website you are being asked to click for more information is fraudulent. Kyle Zachary is the Public Relations Officer for the Kahnàwake […]

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