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Articles from the September 16, 2021 edition

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Local Ice Cream Truck Loved by All

Lately, everyone in Akwesasne has seen or is impatiently waiting to see the 'Ice Cream Truck". It was first seen late Monday afternoon driving slowly...

 

Hogansburg man jailed, another hospitalized following stabbing

On September 12, 2021 a Hogansburg man was arrested after allegedly stabbing another man in the parking lot of Burchacon Housing in Malone. Abraham T. Gray, 36, was charged with fourth-degree...

 

MCA – DOH Provides Community with Vaccine Record Information

The Department of Health (DOH) is providing the community with information on how to obtain copies of your COVID-19 receipt/record. With vaccine passports being required in Ontario and Quebec in the...

 

Seven Indigenous works from the NFB featured at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

Audiences across Canada were able to share in powerful Indigenous storytelling, including seven National Film Board of Canada (NFB) produced and...

 

DANIEL E. LORAN

MASSENA – Daniel E. Loran Jr., 66, of Beach Street, unexpectedly passed away Saturday afternoon, September 11, 2021, in his home. Daniel was born... Full story

 

Kenneth Thomas Oakes Tehronhiate

OAKES, Kenneth Thomas Tehronhiate – suddenly at the Barrie Memorial Hospital, Ormstown, Quebec on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at the age of 60... Full story

 

SRMT Land Laws and Land Dispute Ordinance Comment Period

AKWESASNE. The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council and the Tribal Clerk announced that a community comment period has now opened regarding proposed amendments to the Tribe’s Land Laws and Land Dispute...

 

Little justice for child sex abuse victims in Indian Country

By Brendon Derr, Rylee Kirk, Anne Mickey, Allison Vaughn, McKenna Leavens and Leilani Fitzpatrick - Howard Center for Investigative Journalism. A Howard Center for Investigative Journalism analysis...

 

Survivors' Secretariat Appoints Dr. Beverly Jacobs as Indigenous Human Rights Monitor

Six Nations of the Grand River. The Survivors’ Secretariat is pleased to announce that Dr. Beverly Jacobs, Mohawk Nation of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Bear Clan, CM, LLB, LLM, PhD, has agreed...

 

THUNDER BOY

This legend happened long ago on an island in the St. Lawrence River. The island is called by the Akwesasne Mohawks, Jo-ka-ta-ren-re, and lies opposite St. Regis Point on the St. Regis Reservation....

 

Tsi Ionteweienhstáhkhwa Iontstha'shón:'a

1. Iontkehtáhkhwa Backpack 2. Ahsonhtà:ke tsi iehiatónhkwa Board to write on 3. Tsi iehiatonhseraniiontáhkhwa Bulletin Board 4. Tkarohrókstha /...

 

Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Services

What is TVR's Mission? To Assist Native Americans with disabilities in preparing for, engaging in, and maintaining employment: funded by the U.S....

 

Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Counseling & Guidance Services Traditionally Used by Native Americans Assessments for Determining Eligibility & VR Needs Rehabilitation...

 

Thank you!

Our gratitude and appreciation go out to the following businesses who helped make our 2021 disABILITIES Awareness Campaign successful: Swamps Performance Automotive Mohawk Plumbing Akwesasne Mohawk...

 

St. Lawrence County Public Health Department

The Local Early Intervention Coordinating Council (LEICC) meets twice a year to discuss issues and policies related to the NYS Early Intervention Program that provides services for children with...

 

Native ironworkers: Unsung heroes of 9/11

By Leslie Logan, Seneca Nation. Reprinted with permission from Indian Country Today. I watched a 20-year anniversary documentary about the Sept. 11 attacks on the Twin Towers last weekend. The New...

 

The People's Choice Awards Announced

Malone. The People's Choice Awards have been chosen and DAC's Outside Art Affair Benefit has raised $650 for The Thrive Project. Congratulations to...

 

Ontario makes it official – proof-of-vaccination required

Ontario officials have released more guidance on the implementation of the province’s proof-of-vaccination system, which comes into effect on Wednesday, Sept. 22. The vaccine certificate system will...

 

Swinomish Tribal Community Provides Notice of Intent to Sue Corps of Engineers

LA CONNER, W.A. As Skagit Chinook salmon populations and the Southern Resident Killer Whales dependent upon them continue to dwindle, today the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community (“Swinomish” or ...

 

Bristol Bay Tribes, communities celebrate EPA move to resume work on permanent protections, urge quick action

DILLINGHAM, AK – Bristol Bay Tribes and communities celebrated today’s announcement that the Environmental Protection Agency will resume work on permanent protections for the Bristol Bay...

 

Pantry Pests

by Paul Hetzler Even if you have a top-notch security system, you could still return from vacation to find that your prescription drugs, tobacco products, rice, dog food, or other items have...

 

Help for Weather-stressed Lawns

by Melinda Myers The extreme heat and drought of 2021 across much of the country has turned many lawns brown. Damaged lawns may be thin, contain dead...

 

Sovereign Notion

Dearest family, dearest community How I love you... How tired my heart is with this trespassing fear menacing media Intruding our dearest of families and our dearest of communities. How these imposed...

 

The Art Museum – U of T & Hart House transform Commons with "Tree Protection Zone"

Toronto, ON. As large-scale construction on U of T’s Landmark Initiative continues around the Hart House Commons, a number of large tree-protection hoardings have inspired a public art project...

 

'All I want to do is help people get over this pandemic'

Dr. Tsun Sheng Neil Ku doesn’t have much time for fly fishing these days. The epidemiologist, who works at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana, is too busy acting as a point person on all things...

 

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