Category: Updates

20210528 – Office of the Grand Chief | MCK offering its sympathies to First Nations communities impacted by the discovery of the remains of 215 children at Kamloops Indian Residential School

Shé:kon sewakwe:kon,

As Grand Chief of the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake, and on behalf of council and our community, I would first like to send our deepest and most sincere sympathies to all First Nations members and communities who had children stolen from them by Kamloops residential school.

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20210517 – MCK-KHC Joint Statement | Community Service Building Ground-Breaking

Shé:kon sewakwe:kon,
Since the burning of the KYOT building on July 8, 2018, Kanesatake has sorely needed a replacement building for the services to our youth, elders, and families.
Many things impacted the rebuilding plans since 2018, for example, the signing into law of C-92 on January 1st, 2020, which opened the possibility for our community to reinstate our authority in ensuring the safety and security of our children …

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20210504 – Community Documents – Membership Law (draft for Community Direction Seeking)

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake | Office of the Grand Chief | Documents sent-out to the community
Shé:kon sewakwe:kon,
As Grand Chief, I wanted to send you an explanation as to why so many documents are being sent to you at this time.
Years ago, I made it a point to redress certain priorities that had been neglected over the years as we went on with our governance. The necessity to develop protocols, laws, and various services that are essential to help Kanesatake move forward for the future of its people became urgent.

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20210504 – Community Documents – Interim Cannabis Regulation (draft for Community Direction Seeking)

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake | Office of the Grand Chief | Documents sent-out to the community
Shé:kon sewakwe:kon,
As Grand Chief, I wanted to send you an explanation as to why so many documents are being sent to you at this time.
Years ago, I made it a point to redress certain priorities that had been neglected over the years as we went on with our governance. The necessity to develop protocols, laws, and various services that are essential to help Kanesatake move forward for the future of its people became urgent.

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