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Warning to those selling illegal recreational cannabis

06/15/2018

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke would like to inform the Community that until such time as Canada, Quebec and Kahnawà:ke pass laws that permit the strictly regulated sale of recreational cannabis, it remains illegal to sell or purchase from an unauthorized and unlicensed source.

Once cannabis becomes legal for recreational purposes (in September 2018), it will only be legal to purchase from a licensed and authori...

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MCK meets with federal officials regarding Environmental Strategic Assessment

06/15/2018

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to inform the community that a meeting is taking place regarding the Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment (‘Strategic Assessment’).

Representatives each from various Canadian government agencies, including Indigenous Affairs;  the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency; Transport Canada; and the Department of Fisheries & Oceans are participating.

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Zachary-Deom and Grand Chief to meet with Montreal Mayor and Indigenous Commissioner today

06/15/2018

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to inform the community that Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton and Ietsénhaienhs Christine Zachary-Deom will be in Montreal this afternoon to meet with Mayor Valerie Plante and Commissioner of Indigenous Affairs Marie-Eve Bordeleau.

The meeting was requested by the mayor. The agenda consists of the following:

207 Intersection Modification Project

06/15/2018

The Capital Unit of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke would like to inform the Community of the upcoming project to re-configure the 207 Intersection at Highway 30. The project will begin Monday, June 18, and will last until November 2018.

The project consists of installing water and sewer systems for future development, modifying the intersection by widening the roadway, and installing traffic signalization...

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Overnight closure of Hwy 138 up-ramp toward Montreal tonight

06/15/2018

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke has been informed by the Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated that the Highway 138 east up-ramp to the Mercier Bridge toward Montreal will be closed tonight (June 15) at 9pm until Saturday, June 16 at 9am, for maintenance work.

A detour will be set up via the Highway 132 west down-ramp towards LaPrairie (see map below).

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Four members of Parliament were in Kahnawà:ke on Monday, June 11 to meet with Chief & Council to talk about impending legislation on Cannabis, and KTV spoke with a few of them.


A look at Residency in Kahnawà:ke: Seven (7) snapshots


Kanien’keháka of Kahnawake Law Second Hearing

May 9, 2018

The Draft Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law (formerly known as the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law) and Record of Discussion (Meeting #2) are available for review.

The fourth meeting of the Community Decision Making Process Second Hearing for proposed amendments to the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law will take place on Tuesday, 15 Onerahtohkó:wa/May 2018 at the Golden Age Club.


Draft Kahnawà:ke Cannabis Control Law available for feedback

The draft Kahnawà:ke Cannabis Control Law is now available for review at this link. Feedback can be submitted to rhonda.kirby@mck.ca or dennis.diabo@mck.ca during this time.

A Frequently Asked Questions document is also available for reading.

Feedback can also be submitted by telephone to Ietsénhaienhs Rhonda Kirby or the MCK Technician Dennis Diabo at 450-632-7500, or in writing at the main reception.


Final Record of Discussion: Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law Second Hearing

May 8, 2018

The following is the final Record of Discussion from the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law second hearing, third meeting, held on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Click here to view the file.


TENDERS ARE PRESENTLY BEING CALLED FOR BY THE MOHAWK COUNCIL OF KAHNAWÀ:KE

AT: Mohawk Territory of Kahnawà:ke
PURPOSE: The construction of the Caretaker Residence/Office Building in the Tioweró:ton Territory.
DATE: March 19, 2018

Tender Documents may be obtained at the Technical Services Office (in front of Kateri School) between the hours of 0700 and 1530, Monday through Friday.

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke reserves the right to reject any and all bids and the lowest bid will not necessarily be accepted. Bids not in accordance with the “Request for Quotation” will not be considered. All bids must be made on the Bid Form. Any bids not completed on the Bid Form will be disqualified. Any incomplete or partially completed bid forms will also be disqualified.

Contractors willing to utilize as much local content to perform the work and be paid by the successful contractor will be considered favorably during the evaluation of the tender. Joint ventures between contractors are acceptable on this project.

The sealed tender shall be submitted no later than 12 noon, local time on Friday, April 13, 2018 to the receptionist of the Technical Services Office. Tenders received after this time will not be considered. A receipt with be issued showing the date and time of submission. The tender shall be clearly marked:

CONSTRUCTION OF CARETAKER RESIDENCE/OFFICE BUILDING

Attention: Ms. Tara McComber
Tioweró:ton Coordinator
MOHAWK COUNCIL OF KAHNAWÀ:KE
P.O. Box 720
Kahnawà:ke, Quebec
J0L 1B0

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New draft of Kahnawake Membership Law posted for community feedback

December 20, 2017

The Kahnawà:ke Legislative Coordinating Commission (KLCC) wishes to advise Kahnawa’kehró:non that the new draft of proposed amendments to the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law has been completed and has now entered the 30-day Community Feedback period.,

The new draft was compiled from the eighteen (18) meetings held in the First Hearing phase of the Community Decision Making Process.

In this instance, the period will actually extend to 31, Tsothorhkó:wa/January 2018 for a period of 43 days.

The new draft is available for viewing by clicking here. Kahnawa’kehró:non are asked to address their comments to shari.lahache@mck.ca.

Once the Feedback has been collected, a Feedback Report will be generated. A date will be set for the beginning of the Second Hearing phase of the Community Decision Making Process once this task has been completed.

Please note that the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law will be formally renamed the Kanien’kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke Law when the amendment process is completed.


MCK Strategic Plan 2017-2022

March 29, 2017

The Strategic Plan is designed to guide the administration and operations of the MCK over the next five years. The plan is a roadmap designed to preserve and enhance the roles and purpose of the MCK by identifying opportunities, maximizing its resources and focusing on key strategic goals that will improve MCK services and the quality of life for the community.

Download the strategic plan and watch a short summary clip below:

Enkarì:warahste - MCK Strategic Plan 2017-2022


MCK Reiterates position on Membership

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

The MCK reiterates its support for the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law in light of recent events regarding non-eligible, non-Indigenous individuals residing on the Territory in clear contravention of the law.

Chief & Council have issued an Open Letter to community members to clarify the MCK’s position on the matter. Another separate Open Letter is intended for the aforementioned non-eligible persons. Both are available below.

The MCK is preparing a plan of action to help alleviate some of the difficulties that surfaced in the aftermath of a series of community-organized meetings held on this topic. The creation of a formal engagement strategy will begin at the Community Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 16th.

In the meantime it was felt that the community should be reminded of the origins and history of the 2003 Kahnawà:ke Membership Law, the 1984 Mohawk Law on Membership and 1981 Moratorium on Mixed Marriages. As such, a pamphlet that was prepared for the current amendment process for the 2003 Kahnawà:ke Membership Law, also available below.

Additionally, a random survey of 360 Kahnawa’kehró:non conducted in 2011 is also being made available at www.kahnawake.com for the purposes of illustrating community sentiment on the topic of Membership. In response to the question, “Should the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law allow all non-Natives married to a Member to live in Kahnawà:ke?” 263 respondents (78%) totally or somewhat disagreed, with 76 respondents (22%) agreeing, somewhat agreeing, or totally agreeing. 21 people did not offer a response to this particular question.

“While the laws have changed over the years, the community has been remarkably consistent in its support of the residency requirements,” said Grand Chief Michael Ahríhron Delisle, Jr. “Chief & Council are obligated to uphold Kahnawà:ke laws, while always being mindful that there will always be those who aren’t in favor of the law and that we must listen to their concerns and suggestions. We ask that everyone remain peaceful and respectful during this emotional time.”

Enkarì:warahste - Open Letter to Community Members
Enkarì:warahste - Open Letter to Non-Indigenous persons residing illegally on the Territory
Enkarì:warahste - Kahnawà:ke Membership Law pamphlet (prepared for CDMP amendment process)
Enkarì:warahste - A Review of the Kahnawà:ke Membership Law (By MCK Membership)
Enkarì:warahste - Council of Elders Operational Review (By Organizational Development Services)
Enkarì:warahste - 2011 Results of a Survey on Membership in Kahnawà:ke and the 2003 Kahnawà:ke Membership Law
Enkarì:warahste - 2003 Kahnawà:ke Membership Law


Shared Vision Statement

The Visioning Committee Presented the Shared Vision Statement to Chief and Council on December 7, 2009

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Kahnawà:ke Aoká:ra

A history of the community and people of Kahnawá:ke.

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A listing of the most recent public documents:

Enkarì:warahste - Route 207 Safety Survey Results
03/16/2017

Enkarì:warahste - Antenna System Siting Protocol
12/05/2016

Enkarì:warahste - Political Priorities for Council of Chiefs 2015 - 2018
08/11/2016

Enkarì:warahste - Kahnawake Workforce Inclusion Plan (Champlain Bridge Corridor Project)
06/29/2016

Enkarì:warahste - 2016/2017 MCK Annual Budget
03/31/2016

Enkarì:warahste - Kahnawà:ke Waste Management Plan
11/06/2015

Enkarì:warahste - 2014-2015 MCK School Bus Schedule
08/20/2015

Enkarì:warahste - 2014-2015 MCK School Bus Guidelines
08/20/2015

Enkarì:warahste - MCK summary of Quebec's Online Gambling: When the Reality of the Virtual Catches Up with Us" report)
11/24/2014

Enkarì:warahste - Response to Editorial on National Post re: The Kahnawake Mohawk Council vs. Basic Human Rights (written by Marni Soupcoff)
11/07/2014

Enkarì:warahste- Kahnawà:ke/Quebec Labour Agreement
09/18/2014

Enkarì:warahste - Open Letter to Prime Minister Harper re: Canada's FNEA - 11/15/2013

Enkarì:warahste - Mohawk Council Executive Directive condemning Canada's FNEA - 11/15/2013

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