Lyme disease increasing as climate changes

According to information from the Kanesatake Health Center (KHC), for the first time ever, the risk of contracting Lyme disease is now considered significant in the territory. KHC manager of nursing and clinical services Stéphanie Lacaille said that last year, 709 cases of Lyme disease were confirmed in the province.

Fighting climate change one tree at a time

When it comes to the fight against climate change, planting trees is part of the solution. As a substantive and affordable counter-action to mitigating human-caused emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2), the Kahnawake Environment Protection Office (KEPO) launched its tree planting Há’o Tewaiéntho! Let’s Plant! initiative. Between Monday, October 4 and

Wind farm project launched

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