Lands & Estates Office of the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake
Our mission statement is to manage Kanesatake Lands through best practices, committed to providing efficient services and resources, while advocating discretion, confidentiality and professional ethics for all of Kanesatake.
First Nation designation training with toolkit, commercial leases training and toolkit.
Lands and Estates Department Update
Paige O’Brien was part of the capacity building initiative with K.H.R.O. The purpose of this initiative is to offer the youth of Kanesatake readiness for employment and career choices. Paige O’Brien approached the Lands and Estates office requesting to carry out her internship and was accepted and will complete her internship March 31st 2019. As of April 1st 2019 to March 31st 2020 Paige will be working in the Lands and Estates office as a trainee. As of April 2020 will commit to the 2 year certification program for Lands, consisting of 1 year at either Algoma university or the University of Saskatchewan followed by 1 year technical training with the nation aboriginal lands association held across Canada
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Land Committee First Meeting!
NOTICE OF SUMMER HOURS - MOHAWK COUNCIL OF KANEHSATAKE Please be informed that the MCK will begin implementing summers hours this week. The offices will close on noon every Friday commencing May 18th 2018 until Friday August 31st, 2018. In special...
Hi Everyone! This is a reminder to attend the upcoming Information Session on May 9th. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions will be held for more information take a look on the events page or check out the attached flyer below. Please be sure to print...
Hello Everyone! As promised the link below is the follow-up to the information sessions we held in February and March. follow-up to information session Thank you all for participating!
UPDATE: All Appointment slots are full and no more spaces are available. Thank you to everyone who took advantage of this unique intake. Hello According to data from the Registration in the Indian Register there are many Kanehsatake members who still have...
She:kon, Hello, Bonjour, Take a look at the Land Regimes in Canada to see a new info posted!
Please click on the following links to get more information on a specific time Morning Session Afternoon Session Evening Session She:kon, Hello, Bonjour, I would like to invite you all to an upcoming info session that will be a summary of the...
I would like to thank all of those people who attended and participated in the Introduction to Land Use Planning Information Session on March 14th 2018 at the Health Center. Your participation, input and comments are very much appreciated and the data...
James Roach, MCIP (Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners), RPP (Registered Professional Planner), will be the guest speaker at the upcoming information session on Land Use Planning. James is a member of Batchewana First Nation and holds a degree in...
Upcoming Information Session: Wednesday, March 14th 2018 – Introduction to Land Use Planning with James Roach
Registration is not required. Please come out and join us for a morning session 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; Afternoon session: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and evening session: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Door Prize available!