Kahnawa’kehró:non Matthew Montour (pictured) works as a connector on the new Champlain Bridge. (Courtesy Matthew Montour)
From New York City’s Chrysler Building to an aluminum mill in Kitimat, BC, Kahnawake’s ironworkers have reshaped the landscape of Turtle Island. That tradition is closer to home this year, as work ratchets up on revamped
Travis Jacobs stands for his official law school graduation photo. (Courtesy Travis Jacobs)
Travis Jacobs is walking a long, sometimes bumpy road. It may have had a couple of twists and turns, but he never deviated from his goal of becoming a lawyer, one of a handful to come from Kahnawake.
Kyra Paul holding her new bundle of joy Kase and proud new uncle Ben. (Courtesy Kara Paul)
Kase Kevin Paul came into this world on January 10 to become the first Kahnawa’kehró:non baby of 2017, a day after nearly becoming a surprise guest at his mother Kyra’s birthday party.
Kyra Paul had been out