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 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 8, 2024

National Gathering on Unmarked Burials – Northern Voices

By Kaniehtonkie. Warning: This piece contains sensitive content involving the abuse of children. If you are experiencing trauma or feeling triggered,...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    January 25, 2024

Ernest Benedict Honored as Part of "Portraying St. Lawrence"

By Kaniehtonke. Family, friends and academia gathered at the SLU Brush Gallery on Friday, January 19th to unveil three new portraits honoring the...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    December 7, 2023

Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs Host Land Claims Meeting

by Kaniehtonkie Mohawks from Akwesasne, Kahnawake, Ganienkeh, and Tyendinaga were present at the Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs (MNCC) Land Claims meeting on Sunday, Dec 2. Mohawks attending...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    November 30, 2023

Akwesasne Hide Camp – Sharing Traditions

By Kaniehtonkie Karennotakies Barnes, Akwesasronon, now living in Six Nations with her young family travelled back this weekend to hold her first...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    November 2, 2023

Victor Lazore Charges and Sentence Reduced

By Kaniehtonkie. In August 2019, Victor Lazore was found guilty of premeditated murder by a jury trial. This outcome would have garnered Lazore with a life sentence. On October 17, the charges against...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    September 7, 2023

Canada Advises LGBTQ People to Be Cautious Traveling To U.S.

By Kaniehtonkie. Canada updated its U.S. travel advisory on Tuesday, August 28, warning Canadians traveling to the U.S. to be cautious due to state laws and policies targeting LGBTQ people. This...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    July 27, 2023

Matrilineal Order of Haudenosaunee Women

By Kaniehtonkie A group of Haudenosaunee women traveled to Geneva, Switzerland for the 16th Session the of Expert Mechanism on the Rights of...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    June 8, 2023

MNCC and SRMT Release Statements On Land Claims Announcement by Franklin County

By Kaniehtonkie The Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs and the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe issued statements regarding released Franklin County’s land claim ‘settlement’ announcements. Local, regio...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    June 1, 2023

Route 37 Lined with Community Members for Memorial Day Parade 2023

By Kaniehtonkie. Route 37 was lined with community members, neighbors and friends from the North Country to honor those who have died in service of...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    April 6, 2023

Search Continues for Missing Community Member

By Kaniehtonkie. The latest update provided by The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service (AMPS) states they are continuing to seek the public's assistance...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    April 6, 2023

NYS's Commitment to Protecting Youth Workforce Across New York State

By Kaniehtonkie. In less than four month, eight bills have been introduced to weaken child labor protections in six Midwestern states (Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and South Dakota) and...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    April 6, 2023

Search Takes on Different Approach for Missing Akwesasronon

By Kaniehtonkie. The search for Casey Oakes, who was reported missing on March 30, 2023, has taken on a different approach. The HAVFD, SQ divers and SQ Air Support concluded their search yesterday, Ap...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    April 6, 2023

AMPS Release Identities of Deceased Bodies Found in Akwesasne Territory

By Kaniehtonkie. The Akwesasne Mohawk Police released the names of eight bodies found in the Akwesasne Territory on March 30 and March 31, 2023. As of...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    March 16, 2023

Akwesasronon Play Huge Role in Making of Kahhori

By Kaniehtonkie. Akwesasronon Cecelia King and Doug George – Kanentiio have been working with Marvel Studios on 'What If...?' featuring Marvel's n...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    March 9, 2023

Haudenosaunee External Relations Meet With UN Special Rapporteur

By Kaniehtonkie. The UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous Peoples, José Francisco Calí Tzay, will conduct an official visit to Canada fro...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 23, 2023

Haudenosaunee External Relations Committee Retrieves Sacred Objects from Geneva

by Kaniehtonkie After almost two hundred years in a museum's possession, a medicine mask and a turtle rattle have been returned the Haudenosaunee...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 23, 2023

Centenary of the arrival of Haudenosaunee Chief Deskaheh in Geneva

By Kaniehtonkie. The planting of the Tree of Peace by the Executive Council of the City of Geneva and a delegation from the Haudenosaunee Confederacy...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 16, 2023

Experts Weigh in on FDA's Closer to Zero

By Kaniehtonkie. On January 24, 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued for public comment “Action Levels for Lead in Food Intended for Babies and Young Children: Draft Guidance for I...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 9, 2023

Two House Designs – Traditional Designs for a Contemporary World

By Kaniehtonkie. In last week's paper, Indian Time included a story on Iakwa'shatste' Ties to the Land Project. Iakwa'shatste' worked closely with Ian...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    February 2, 2023

Tribal Council Adopts Cannabis Consumption Lounges Amendment

By Kaniehtonkie AKWESASNE – The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Clerk notifed its membership on Monday that no written comments were received on the proposed amendment to permit consumption lounges under t...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    January 26, 2023

Third Gathering on Unmarked Burials

By Kaniehtonkie. The National Gathering on Unmarked Burials: Affirming Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Community Control over Knowledge and...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    January 12, 2023

National Ribbon Skirt Day – Celebrated on January 4, 2023

By Kaniehtonkie. National Ribbon Skirt Day comes from the story of Isabella Kulak, a young girl shamed by a staff member at her Saskatchewan...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    December 16, 2022

Families of Murdered Indigenous Women Demand Landfill Be Searched

By Kaniehtonkie WINNIPEG – Police in the city of Winnipeg, Alberta is under increasing pressure to search for the bodies of murdered Indigenous w...

 

Nearly 50 years ago an Akwesasronon man was shot in the chest

By Kaniehtonkie. Richard Oakes was shot at close range in the chest on September 20, 1973. The man who shot Oakes, Michael Morgan was charged with...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    September 8, 2022

TikTok 'hate speech' video surfaces just one day after James Smith Cree Murders

By Kaniehtonkie. Just a day after two men attacked and killed 10 people on James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is calling for an...

 

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