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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20210430 – Community Documents – Protocol for Direction Seeking Process (draft for Community Consultation)

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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20210430 – Community Documents – Protocol and Ethics of the Council, Oath of Office, Annex B (draft for Community Direction Seeking)

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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