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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Hello everyone, Premiere Legault announced last week that a new curfew measures will be in place in the province until February 8th 2021. Indigenous Services Canada are closed and employees working from home. The lands, Estates and Membership...
Please be advised that due to the decision of the E.R.U and Quebec health authority, our offices will not be taking appointments for transfers or Indian status card applications. These measures will be in place until January 11th 2021. We will update the community...
Following yesterdays announcement from Premier Legault, the E.R.U. had an emergency meeting and it was decided that all of MCK office workers will be required to work from home. This will be in effect from December 17th, 2020 until January 10th, 2021...
Lands & Estates: Please be advised that the lands and estates office will be fitted with plexi-glass in the near future in order to better receive clients. We have been seeing clients outside the Band Office or the Board room due to Covid-19. As the...
Notice and Update from the Lands, Estates and Membership office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake
Notice and Update from the Lands, Estates and Membership office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake Amanda Simon, Certified Lands, Estates and Membership Manager for the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake will be on vacation on the following dates: Monday July...
Notice from the Lands, Estates and Indian Registration (Membership) office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake
Notice from the Lands, Estates and Indian Registration (Membership) office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake Please note that the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake remains closed to the public. Indigenous Services Canada (regional office and headquarters)...
A message from the Indian Registry Administrator/Membership: Please note that Indigenous Services Canada and the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake remain closed due to the global pandemic. Please note that Indian Status applications for secure status card,...