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Things need to change to save Minor Hockey

The youngest hockey players in the community need to develop a love for the game and dedication to commitment early, if they are to have any hope as they grow into the sport, according to coaches and managers in Kahnawake. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Each week, either Kahnawake Minor Hockey

Re-zoning raises eyebrows, flagpoles of concern

The end of the OCR will be where any businessperson interested in opening an erotic service in Chateauguay will have to go after a rezoning announcement in January. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door) After new Chateauguay mayor Pierre-Paul Routhier announce a rezoning policy in January, it seems anyone interested in operating

Our History to US Patent Office to family biz

Martha “Maude” Katsitsienhawe Stacey (ne. Decaire) (left) has left the woods far behind at her son Joseph Walter Stacey and Tessie Laureen Phillips’ wedding in 1967. Irene (Rice) Phillips is on the right, and ring bearer Boy Marquis and flower girl Bernadine Diabo fill out the wedding party. (Courtesy Trina

Rookie laxer gets first taste of orange action

Rookie Orangeman Troy Lauder gets a word of support from his mom Isabelle Nicholas before the 20-year-old’s first Div. I game. (Courtesy Kaniehtawaks Lauder) March 10 at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome, Troy Lauder got his first brief taste of NCAA Division I field lacrosse. Sunday at Rutgers University, Lauder did not

Indigenizing a campus, inspiring a city

From left to right Tanu Lusignan, Kale Phillips, Jennifer Paul, Belle Phillips, David Pearson and Tahothoratie Cross have started something at Champlain College in St. Lambert that is inspiring Anglo CEGEPs across Montreal to emulate, in efforts to indigenize their campuses. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Tahothoratie Cross started Champlain

Francophones support woman’s fight for justice

When asking French-speaking people in the region for support, few needed an explanation or a second thought before jotting a note for Melanie Morrison, who Amnesty International chose as their Write for Rights candidate this year. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Six thousand, five hundred and ninety-nine. That’s the number of French-speaking

Tackling fentanyl issue to halt more overdoses

The advertisements running on billboards across the province are one of several steps health professionals are taking to draw attention to and try to halt the upswing in Fentanyl and other opioid overdoses that became epidemic in Western Canada. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Taking a glance at the digital

Bomb goes off at Knights

Brad Bomberry was dominant for three rounds as the local kickboxer took the unanimous decision at Saturday night’s Fightquest event at the Knights of Columbus. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Exactly 16 seconds into the third fight at Saturday March 3 night’s Fightquest Amateur Combat K1 Kickboxing event at the

Three decades doing dashing hairdos with love

Allison Diabo has a some advice for those opening a business if they want it to succeed: do what you love and keep your overhead low. She’s been doing what she loves for 30 years. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Debbie Delisle sat down Wednesday at the Kahkotsi:io Beauty Salon

Danes set for #1 v. #2 clash tomorrow in Maryland

Tehoka Nanticoke was a huge addition this season, according to his Iroquois Nationals teammate Chaunce Hill, who is excited to be at a program that embraces the Haudenosaunee game. (Courtesy Bill Ziskin, University of Albany Athletics) Tomorrow in Maryland, the two top NCAA field lacrosse teams will meet with both having