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Bill 96 vote coming soon

A sense of urgency is swelling in Kahnawake as leaders and residents scramble to find ways to compel the government to change course on...

Moore murder charges dropped

After being charged for the murder of Kahnawa’kehró:non James “JR” Richard Curotte, 30, in August 2020, Justin Moore was released from custody and the case was dismissed.

Traditional detox centre in the works

In Kahnawake, a community that has suffered overdose deaths in recent years and has been subjected to traumas that can put people at risk for substance abuse, many community members yearning to rid themselves of drug addiction have little option but to go cold turkey, alone.

Search may soon begin at Spanish schools

The Nisoonag Partnership, a coalition of three First Nations near Spanish, Ontario, is preparing for an investigation into whether there are unmarked graves at the former Spanish residential schools.

Lou Lou crowned Miss Exotic World

Lauren Ashley Jiles Third time’s a charm, but that’s not why Kahnawa’kehró:non Lauren Ashley Jiles - a.k.a. Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière - felt...

The life of a residential school survivor

Trigger warning: This article contains graphic details and strong reference to sexual abuse. STEVE BONSPIEL THE EASTERN DOOR The first thing you notice about Mi’kmaq elder...

Reactions to Bill 15 point out issues

Chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) and First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) oppose the political context in which Bill 15, An Act to Amend the Youth Protection Act, was introduced.

A new direction for the Onen’tó:kon Healing Lodge

Akwesasró:non Lori Tarbell is the new executive director of the Onen’tó:kon Healing Lodge.

Locals stand on both sides of convoy protest

When Kahnawa’kehró:non Sean French heard that the Freedom Convoy would be passing through the territory on its way to Ottawa last Friday, he became very concerned because he knew that a small but vocal segment of the community was supporting the movement.

Tewa board nomination protest gets ugly, cops called

Saturday morning’s nomination period for the Tewatohnhi’saktha board of directors’ election didn’t quite pan out the way electoral officer Timmy Norton envisioned. “As far as...

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