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MCK works to resolve Kateri Memorial Hospital tendering process delay


The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) would like to inform the community that it is meeting with representatives of the Quebec government in order to resolve certain issues affecting the tendering process for the Kateri Memorial Hospital Center renovation/expansion project. 

The expansion project, which will see the hospital add thirty (30) beds to the current 43, was announced in 2007 as a joint effort between Kahnawà:ke and the Province.

“The delay in the tendering process is due to a number of factors,” said Chief Rhonda Kirby, who holds the MCK’s health portfolio. “A meeting with our Provincial counterparts is being scheduled for the next couple of weeks. We’re confident that we’ll resolve these issues and get the process back on track.”

The Kateri Memorial Hospital was founded in 1905. The original building was replaced by a new facility in 1988, which was built through a special nation-to-nation agreement between Kahnawà:ke and Quebec.

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