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 […]
With the Rogers and other networks down, K1037 is aware that some bingo player’s phones may be affected. That said, if you have a bingo during tonight’s game K1037 is asking that you immediately text the work BINGO to our Facebook Messenger page: www.facebook.com/k1037radiobingo followed by your card number. Questions on this messenger account will […]
Expect another overnight lane closure for the Mercier Bridge. That closure will come into effect at 9pm tonight and last until 5am Friday morning. There will be 1 lane closed for inspection and maintenance work on the 138 east up-ramp from Chateauguay towards Montreal.
An Information Kiosk on the Indian Day School Settlement Agreement will be on-site at the Post Office/Tewatohnhi’saktha Building this coming Wednesday, June 29th from 10am to 4pm. The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke saying that Louise Mayo, the Indian Day School Settlement Coordinator, will be on hand to answer any questions and to offer assistance to […]
The 31st Indigenous Firefighters Competition for the Quebec region was held at Karonhianonhnha School on Saturday. After four grueling evolutions in searing heat that reached 30 degrees, the team from Nemaska just edged out the Kahnawake Fire Brigade (KFB) for first place among the 7 teams. Gesgapegiag was third. Lieutenant Karonhiio Curotte was the Captain […]
Three appointments were formally passed by consensus via Mohawk Council Executive Directives at the Council Meeting that took place this past Monday, June 20th. David A. Diabo has been appointed as a new voting member of the Commission in the role of community representative for a term of three (3) years. Stephanie Cross has been […]
Kahnawà:ke Justice Services of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke wishes to advise the public that sessions of the Court of Kahnawà:ke, currently operating at the Golden Age Club, are now re-opened to the public. Sessions can be attended by those who are participating in court proceedings, those awaiting their scheduled hearing time, as well as […]