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Judge rules in Kahnawake’s favour, council in Quebec City today

With a Superior Court decision in their favour, the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake's current and former grand chiefs, and legal team is gearing up to have its say in future development along Highway 30. (Ambre Giovanni, The Eastern Door) On every point, Quebec Superior Court justice Marie-Anne Paquette found against the municipalities

Survey says community high on idea of cannabis biz

The Smoke on the Water in Tyendinaga is currently closed but is advertised as "your one stop Ganja shop." (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The majority of those polled in a recent Mohawk Council of Kahnawake survey agree that the community should develop its own regulations for the distribution of

Half dozen years, half dozen filmmakers: tonight

Jarrett Teiotsi’tsathe Jacobs’ work will make its grand debut at tonight’s Eastern Connection Film Festival at the Host. He is among the half-dozen talented local filmmakers and writers who will feature work. (Ambre Giovanni, The Eastern Door) An homage to Italian horror, a first-person journey from the mind of Tharonhianén:te Barnes, a

How to cover everything from taking pix to eating trail mix

In one of the rare moments out of the car, The Eastern Door reporter takes a trip on a zodiac to catch some shots of the multi-medal-winning Onake paddling team during an exhausting week covering the NAIG. (Courtesy Sharon Rice) So, after finding a slick apartment in the trendiest area in Toronto

Swimmers bring home over a dozen medals

Keely Thompson-Cook and Cadence Patton may have been two of the youngest swimmers on the team, but they battled out every race and Cadence came home with a bronze medal. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) At Regina’s NAIG in 2014, the Eastern Door and the North (EDN) were left with

Books to pass a day by the pool this summer

The Eastern Door was introduced to Nonvella recently, and the publisher’s two suggested picks did not disappoint. They are two memoires that are well worth picking up and checking out over the summer. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Tale of trapline and discovery: Duncan McCue put his money where his

Onake is, well, BEAST at games, again!

The Onake Paddlers would have a harder time paddling with the weight of their medals if they tried, as the girls and two boys again were a force to be reckoned with on the water. Sylvia White took home five. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) If there is one team

Two teams up for medals, one falters

EDN’s U19 lax squad came out a tad sluggish Monday, but found its grove as the week went on. The boys dropped a epic contest in double OT against Haudenosaunee and play for bronze today.  (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The EDN lacrosse teams were definitely ones to watch in the

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