Skawennati’s clothing walks the runway

Courtesy Skawennati The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) celebrated 100 years of its Santa Fe Indian Market with an expanded programming and two whole days of fashion shows. Last week, artist Skawennati and her Calico & Camouflage clothing line took to the catwalk for the Indigenous Fashion Show. It was

Kahnawa’kehró:non coaching Belgium lacrosse

Courtesy Jamie Kirby The Belgium Lacrosse Federation just started a new box lacrosse program in the country, hiring Ontarian lacrosse coach Jason Tasse to lead their first team in its first international tournament. Tasse needed a right-hand man to be on his coaching staff, someone he knew would bring the right spirit

Support Group co-founder leaves behind legacy

Courtesy Skawennati After a lifetime of service to her family and her community, Brenda Dearhouse Fragnito passed away on May 11, 2022, at the age of 75. She leaves behind five children and her beloved husband, and scores of Kahnawa’kehró:non who benefitted from the community’s Cancer Support Group, Dearhouse’s legacy. “Brenda

Art project installation complete

Courtesy Sarah Sookman An art project that saw 50 Indigenous portraits installed around Montreal - with a third of them depicting Kahnawa’kehró:non - was completed last weekend as the final portraits were installed at Concordia University and the Temple EmanuEl-Beth Sholom synagogue. The installation, called Indigenous Forced Displacement, features photos from

Indigenous comedy show coming to town

Courtesy Janelle Niles Got Land? That’s the name of a touring Indigenous comedy show that’s coming to Kahnawake for the first time next Saturday, June 11. Throughout the afternoon and evening, the show’s attendees will enjoy a three-course meal at Ristorante La Vista while enjoying some comedy produced by Onkwehón:we, for

Crime victims’ support a priority

As it stands now, Kahnawake does not have any resources available specifically to support victims of crime and provide important education. Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services (KSCS) is responsible for connecting Kahnawa’kehró:non with mental health resources, but this only partially responds to the unique needs of victims. Outside resources exist, but