Highlighting culture at Corn Fest

Natalia Fedosieieva Kahnawake Tourism and Maison LePailleur in Chateauguay presented the fourth edition of Corn Fest at the Kahnawake Sports Complex to showcase the traditional art, food, and techniques to visitors last Saturday. According to Kahnawake Tourism, over 700 people attended the event on September 24 to enjoy traditional activities, sports,

Housing project good news for town

Courtesy Dominic Gendron A new social housing project in Chateauguay is set to make a small dent in Kahnawake’s housing shortage by setting aside at least five single-person dwellings for Kahnawa’kehró:non. “It’s just good to see it all come together. Social housing seems to be a need everywhere right now,” said

Mosquito Raiders headed to finals

After a muddy victory, the Chateauguay Raiders’ Mosquito team is heading to the championship game this weekend. “It started off scary,” said head coach Kevin Wyeth of the semi-final, which took place on Halloween. After a good kick-off return, the St. Lazare Stallions scored a touchdown on their first drive of the

Highway plan draws ire of Council

Mohawk Council of Kahnawake (MCK) chief Ross Montour recently participated in a meeting with the Ministere des Transports (MTQ) regarding a provincial project that would see the urbanization of Highway 132 and would cut into the territory. “Right now, people are sick and tired about people making assumptions about our lands.

Raiders head into playoffs with local help

Chateauguay vs. Chateauguay. Black vs. Silver. Teammate-turned-adversary. There were so many seven to nine-year-olds playing football this year in Chateauguay that the Raiders Football Association fielded two Atom teams. When they were pitted against each other for the last match of the season, only one point separated them on the scorecard