Walking with the ghosts of the Oka Crisis

Twenty-Nine years after the Oka Crisis, Kanesatake is faced with an opportunity to dance with old traumas as they navigate new relations around the...

Ensuring town safety is a long process

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When should you go ahead and banish someone from the community? That question has been bandied about after Josh Zachary was allegedly at it again,...

The year of little progress

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When we first started writing about the year that was, 2023, we read over the recaps (see pages 6, 9, 21) of the top...

Casino project has supporters, detractors

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Unanswered questions. That’s what came out of the media’s meeting with Lee Thompson and his supporters, for his proposed new water park/hotel/casino. The plan, according to...

Why Orange Shirt Day matters to everyone

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This morning the community will gather to honour residential school survivors and remember the ones who never came home. Orange Shirt Day, an initiative started...

The federal government has failed us for a far too long

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There is a lot more at stake in next week’s election for Canadian prime minister than who will run the country for the next...

Embarrass yourself now, compete later

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Encouraging healthy competition is fine, but encouraging young people to be active, try events, and not be embarrassed to go for a fun run...

Remembering the legacy of a tyrant

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  John A. Macdonald. Those two words and single letter have caused quite a stir in recent months, but for Onkwehón:we, it’s old hat. We don’t like...

Celebrating 25 years of telling your stories

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What does it mean when an independent Onkwehón:we newspaper makes it to 25 years in operation? First off, it’s important to consider this: without a...

An award for all to share

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Lily Gladstone said she was representing everyone across Indian Country when she won the Golden Globe for her role as Mollie Burkhart in Killers...

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