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Mohawk Mothers defend Black Rock gravesite

After a triumph in court against some of Quebec and Canada’s biggest institutional bodies, the Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) are now taking on another...

Hospital appoints ombudsperson

Alexis Shackleton has been named Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC)’s first-ever ombudsperson, a role created specifically to respond to complaints, conduct investigations, and make...

Field course boasts best of Kanesatake

On a week that thrust Kanesatake’s troubles into countrywide headlines, Wanda Gabriel guided a cohort of McGill University students through the aspects of the...

Sowing seeds at community garden 

Planting Day saw many Kahnawa’kehró:non tend to their yards over the past weekend. And some gathered at the community garden to plant heaps of...

Community members lead calls for action

The efforts of an anonymous group of Kanehsata’kehró:non has brought a deluge of attention to Kanesatake with the urgent message that the community has...

Quebec promises millions

The Quebec government will be contributing $11 million to the new multi-purpose building project, which is set to house the Kanien’kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language...

Kahnawake honours LGBTQ2S+ community 

“I remember when I was 18, I would have never imagined something like this happening,” said Tahatie Diabo. “Being a gay man, we’ve come...

Political pressure renewed as G&R languishes

More than 30 months after Quebec revoked its permit to operate, G&R Recycling is again in the headlines for its yet unresolved environmental damage,...

Kahnawake’s first Pride parade

Lacey and Lanny Lazare have been looking for something to do with the 12-foot metal unicorn they were gifted for their wedding. Then something...

Working group lobbies for harvesting rights 

Brandon Rice had gone hunting with a few others in the winter of 2021 to stock up on a couple more deer in the...

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