Kahnawake’s own celebrate at McGill

Eve Cable After a two-year break, McGill’s annual powwow returned to Montreal, featuring a full schedule of dances and more at the university’s downtown campus. Dancing at McGill was an amazing experience for Konwatharani Jacobs, who danced for the first time with her daughter, f ive-year-old Iako’tarakehte on September 23.

Preserving history through beadwork project

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Faith and ceremony during a pandemic

  For those who attend the longhouse or church, the calls for social distancing may be hard on their spirituality.  “We’ve been participating in giving thanks as a family in our own ways and each time it’s been a boost for our morale,” said Raven Swamp.  “We eliminate all the distractions of the