Kahnawà:ke’s Economic Development Commission

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  1. Interim Executive Director and Business Services Director appointed for Tewatohnhi’saktha

    IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 27, 2022) The Board of Directors has appointed Tammy Delaronde as Interim Executive Director for Tewatohnhi’saktha. Tammy has been employed with Tewatohnhi’saktha for close to 23 years, her career began as a Business Services Officer and she then advanced to Director of Business Services. This interim appointment will ensure a seamless…

  2. Got Land? Indigenous Comic’s Comedy Show!

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 25, 2022)  Kahnawà:ke Tourism & Ristorante la Vista will host an Indigenous Comedy Show on June 11, 2022, featuring the finest indigenous acts of Turtle Island, from the people behind the hugely popular comedy show Got Land? Indigenous Comic’s. We would also like to thank our sponsor in advance the Caisse Populaire Kahnawake for…

  3. Tewatohnhi’saktha and the Kahnawa:ke Welcome Center closing at 3 pm today

    (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 20, 2022)  As a gesture of appreciation to our staff for their contribution to the organizational accomplishments achieved this past fiscal year, the offices of Tewatohnhi’saktha and the Kahnawà:ke Welcome Center will be closing today at 3:00 pm. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 24, 2022.

  4. Join in the Collective resistance to Bill 96

    (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 10, 2022)  To show our collective resistance to bill 96, Tewatohnhi’saktha staff along with other community organizations and groups will be participating in a walkout with Kahnawake Survival School at 1pm May 10th TODAY! The walkout will start at the Kahnawake Survival School and proceed to the Greenspace by the Mercier Bridge for further…

  5. Tewatohnhi’saktha stands with the Kahnawà:ke Education Center opposing Bill 96

      IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 9, 2022)  Tewatohnhi’saktha strongly opposes the proposed Bill 96 as it will be detriment to our economic future as this bill imposes the French Language on our people; forcing us to interact outside our community in a foreign language. This law will negatively impact opportunities for our future workforce and…

  6. Masking now optional at Tewatohnhi’saktha and the Kahnawà:ke Welcome Center

    PUBLIC NOTICE (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 5, 2022)  Tewatohnhi’saktha advises the community that it is now optional to wear a mask when entering the Tewatohnhi’saktha Building and Kahnawà:ke Welcome Center. However, masking will be required when attending large meetings in conference rooms. If you are meeting with an employee in person, our employee may have the preference that…

  7. McComber steps down as Executive Director to enter private sector

    IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Onerahtohkó:wa/May 2, 2022)  Tewatohnhi’saktha would like to inform the Community that Neil Aronhiaken:iate McComber has resigned as Executive Director of Tewatohnhi’saktha, effective Monday, June 27, 2022 to seek an opportunity in the private sector; McComber began as Executive Director on November 16, 2020. The Tewatohnhi’saktha Board of Directors will be announcing a transition plan in…

  8. Tourism investment means grants and subsidies coming down the pipe for Indigenous tourism entrepreneurs

    Sharing from Iori:wase April 28, 2022.  

  9. Business Golf Challenge Postponed

    PUBLIC NOTICE Onerahtókha/April 12, 2022 The Tewatohnhi’saktha Business Golf Challenge has been postponed for 2022 and will return in 2023. The Tewatohnhi’saktha Business Golf Challenge relies heavily on sponsorships and with businesses still in financial recovery from the pandemic, moving the event to 2023 will be beneficial for all involved.

  10. Tewatohnhi’saktha disburses over $1.2 million dollars to Kahnawà:ke Businesses

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Enniskó:wa/March 17, 2022) Tewatohnhi’saktha, with the assistance of PlanIt Communications and Consulting, approved 74 business applications disbursing over $1.2 Million through the Indigenous Community Business Fund (ICBF) II and Covid Wage Subsidies. The funds were approved through the following programs: Digital Marketing:  $7,497.00 Enhanced Fit-Up: $20,000.00 Tourism:  $6,050.00 Agri-Food Production:  $7,820.41 Special…