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Funding delays, late payments, frustrated kids

Filming completed on It Takes Time in February, and the final product is making the festival circuit. Producers say cheques are in the mail for the talent who worked on the film, but some remain frustrated at how long it's taken to get paid. (Courtesy Seneca Films) Marissa Leblanc was frustrated that

Mayo moves in sync to podium four times

The hard work is done as contemporary dancer Ryleigh Mayo came back from BC with four medals as her star continues to rise in dance. (courtesy Dana Marquis) When Ryleigh Mayo first took a dance class when she was nine years old, she stood in the corner petrified to move. “I kind

Former grand chief Andrew Delisle passes on

Andrew Delisle Sr. leaves behind a history not easily replicated and never reproduced, as the former Mohawk Council grand chief bridged Kahnawake’s history like no other. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Andrew Tanakohate Delisle Sr. was a community leader of the highest order, but he was also a father, husband,

Tonight’s post-powwow slamming and jamming

The Kanien’kehá:ka super group is going to blast the roof off the Moose tomorrow night in a free concert that is going to pack the house for sure this powwow weekend. (Courtesy Cheryl Delaronde) After filling stomachs with food, eco-bags with crafts and delights and eyes and ears with the sights

Riders work hearts, lungs and legs for the cure

Tékeni Teiokahkwèn:te Rotihwí:seres (Gina Deer, Ron Guimond, Daniel J. Rowe and Carl Gilbert) returned to the Ride to Conquer Cancer this weekend as a team peddling for loved ones and Kahnawake as a whole, in the fight against the terrible disease. (Stephanie E.M. Coleman, The Eastern Door) Among the crowd of

Wendy Skye completes dream nursing career

The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre will be without another face that has graced its halls for decades after Wendy Skye worked her final day as a community health nurse Tuesday. Her retirement comes a week after long-serving executive director Susanne Horne finished her final day at the hospital a week

Five Horn women in style and substance

Kahentinéhtha’ Horn's portrait beside her daughters: Dr. Ojistoh Horn, Professor Kahente Horn-Miller, Olympian Waneek Horn-Miller and renowned screen star Kaniehtí:io Horn (see below) are on display at the Canada Council for the Arts gallery in a small but impressive show running through the summer. (Courtesy Christine Fitzgerald) Walk into the

Susan Horne’s tenure as executive director ends

Just over four decades after she began her career at a previous iteration of the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre, executive director Susan Horne is calling it a career at the head of the hospital. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Last Friday, Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) executive director Susan Horne

Decades of female wisdom retires with pride

With over a hundred years of teaching the community’s children, Kahera:waks Carol Boyer Jacobs, Katsi’tsorónkwas Judy Jacobs, and Onwá:ri Grace Goodleaf closed their final textbooks and called it a career at Karonhianónhnha. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) As at Kahnawake Survival School, Karonhianónhnha Tsi Ionterihwaienstáhkhwa said goodbye to some of

Pro Stacey gets Beaut early birthday present

Fresh off her first stint as a pro in Sweden, local forward Brooke Stacey will pack her bags for Buffalo in the fall and play pro in the States. (Courtesy Brooke Stacey) Friday was Brooke Stacey’s 23rd birthday, but the 5’10”, University of Maine Black Bear alumni hockey forward got an

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