Hockey donations coming to town

Spreading their love for hockey, a group of Kahnawa’kehró:non are bringing an initiative to town that will allow more community youths to enjoy the sport. Michael Stacey began an application process with the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) Goals & Dreams charitable initiative in November. Last week, he found

Green Party raising pressure on G&R file

Green Party of Canada Youtube Screenshot The wellbeing of Kanehsata’kehró:non is driving a debate on environmental racism in parliament. As the community waits for a concrete rehabilitation plan to decontaminate the G&R Recycling facility, Green Party parliamentary leader Elizabeth May is applying pressure on the federal governments to take action to

Kanesatake food bank closure

Photo taken from Unsplash While the pandemic drags on, food insecurity remains a prominent concern across the country. Community members in Kanesatake weren’t spared from the growing food crisis, which was further aggravated by the widespread worker shortage and job loss exacerbated by the impacts of COVID-19. As a solution to counter

Honouring the lives of loved ones lost

Courtesy Diane Yeung On the day devoted to love, Montreal’s downtown was painted in red. Red banners, red signs and red handprints – all symbolizing the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Trans and 2SLGBTQ+ (MMIWG2ST) movement. On Monday, February 14, hundreds responded to an invitation by the Native Women’s

Moving towards a new normal

(Originally published February 11) In a wave of restrictions being loosened, the Kahnawake COVID-19 Task Force announced the first steps towards reopening the community on Thursday, February 10. Among the announcements made by the public health authority during a live update on the Kahnawake 911 Facebook page was the end of

One Kahnawa’kehró:non’s road to recovery

Courtesy Jon McComber Jon McComber was too eager to sleep. Before the sun had even begun to rise, he sat straight in his bed as excitement continued building up. “Every year is another milestone for me,” said the Kahnawa’kehró:non. “Around this same moment each year, I get time to reflect on