Tyendinaga woman hurt at convoy in Ottawa

Courtesy Courtney Snyder Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has opened an investigation after a woman widely identified as Kanien’kehá:ka woman Candice Sero of Tyendinaga reported an injury after being knocked beneath a police horse on the streets of Ottawa around 5 p.m. on February 18. Social media erupted in outrage as

Locals stand on both sides of convoy protest

Courtesy Sean French 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. French said that he felt compelled to

New role for Kahnawake professor

(Courtesy Kahente Horn-Miller) [apss_share]   On Tuesday, Carleton University announced that Kanien’keha’ka associate professor Kahente Horn-Miller was named the inaugural assistant vice-president of Indigenous Initiatives. Horn-Miller posted the news on Facebook, and then the messages started to flood in. “It’s really nice to be supported,” said Horn-Miller. “It’s been a grind. To know that people