SELF-CARE FOOT CARE

Join Tasha Thompson of the MCA Community Health Program for an informative and interactive session on the importance of healthy feet! When: Thursday, September 26 | 10 AM – 1 PMWhere: CIA #3 Meeting Room | Kawehno:ke Tasha will be demonstrating simple habits that can help prevent ulcers and infection, and keep you on your feet! For more information or […]

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KANIEN’KEHA LANGUAGE & CULTURAL CAMP

The Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Board of Education will be hosting a Kanien’keha Language & Cultural Camp for youth ages 10-12! When: Ohiarihkó:wa/July 15-19Where: Snye Homemakers Transportation will be included for the week — check out the busing information here: http://bit.ly/KLCC-BusInfo Space is limited to 20 AMBE students! For more information, please contact the Kanien’keha Language office at 613-575-2323 or email Alice King at alice.king@ambe.ca. 

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MCA PASSES INTERIM CANNABIS REGULATION

In preparation for the upcoming legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada, the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne has passed the Akwesasne Interim Cannabis Regulation.   The regulations were passed on Oct. 1, 2018 and will go into effect officially on the date of Canada’s recreational cannabis legalization – Oct. 17, 2018. At that time, cannabis will no longer be considered a drug under […]

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Additional Tobacco Agreement Focus Meeting Scheduled

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is informing the community that two additional focus meetings have been scheduled to review the proposed draftTobacco Regulation and Revenue Agreement.. Since 2013, the MCA received funding from the Government of Ontario for the development of a Tobacco Regulatory Framework which facilitated the development of the Akwesasne Oien:kwa Kaianerenhsera (Akwesasne Tobacco Law). In December 2017, MCA and the Government of Ontario […]

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