A statement by the Jesuits of Canada on the repatriation of Fr Leon Lajoie’s remains: “Respect for human remains are deep spiritual beliefs in both Catholic and Indigenous cultures. The repatriation of Fr. Leon Lajoie’s remains has been planned in consultation with the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK), the Community and the Parish Council of St. […]

The Public Safety Division says there are high concentrations of E.coli in the water by the falls in Tioweró:ton. Swimming is not permitted until further notice. And recent water sampling in the Recreation Bay area in Kahnawake has detected elevated levels of E.coli and that beach is closed until further notice. “We became aware yesterday […]

Free COVID-19 Rapid Test kits will once again be available for Kahnawa’kehró:non Wednesday and Thursday. They will be given out in the Public Safety Division parking lot, formerly the old Peacekeeper Station, where everyone will receive one kit via drive-through/curbside pick up. Walkers are also welcome. They will be handing them out from 10 a.m. […]

The Ministère des Transports de Quebec (MTQ) says that the Mercier Bridge will be down to one lane in each direction this coming weekend. The closure is slated to begin on Saturday July 30th at 2 am until Monday August 1st at 5 am. This lane closure is required for slab repairs. The access ramp from Airlie […]

Several Ratitsénhaienhs will make themselves available for the latest kiosk style meetings with community members. The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake announcing the dates. They are: Friday, July 29th from 1pm to 4pm Tuesday, August 2nd from 1pm to 4pm Both Community Engagement sessions will be located at the green space next to the Golden Age Club. As well, the […]

It may be hot outside but there are several people in Kahnawake looking forward to the season on the ice. The Kahnawake Minor Hockey Association (KMHA) is looking to fill some very big shoes at the top of their leadership structure. With the retirement of Peter “Pitt” Jacobs as President last year, they are holding […]

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) has been advised by Hydro-Québec of a planned interruption to service for several residents of Mohawk Trail. The interruption is required for maintenance work and will take place Sunday (July 17, 2022) from 1pm to 4pm and will impact fifty (50) customers in the surrounding area.

An historic signing in Kahnàwa:ke today is seen as a major step forward in advancing First Nations control over First Nations education for almost 5,800 students in 22 communities in Quebec. This agreement between the FNEC, its 22 member communities and Indigenous Services Canada will provide an envelope of approximately $1.1 billion over five years […]

Mohawk Online Limited announced that it is making a donation of $5 million to the Kahnawà:ke Cultural Arts Center Capital Campaign, which is working to raise $16 million toward the building’s estimated cost of $37 million. Dean Montour is the CEO of Mohawk Online: “In terms of the overall cost of the project, we were hoping to […]

In the wake of receiving the highest accreditation possible for a hospital or health care facility, the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center has come under some recent public criticism that has been making the rounds on social media, even prompting a meeting of the people in Kahnawake on Monday evening. Arnold Lazare is a Co-Chair of […]

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