Kahnawà:ke’s Economic Development Commission

Kahnawà:ke’s Economic Development Commission

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  1. 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.

  2. 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…

  3. Training Facility receives support – further consultation to be conducted

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Enniskó:wa/March 2, 2022) Tewatohnhi’saktha is pleased to share the results of the consultation on the NACPT PHARMA COLLEGE (NACPT),  operating as North American College of Pharmaceutical Technology, training facility wishing to lease approximately 2000 square feet (3 classrooms) for 5 years in Kahnawà:ke; results are available on www.tewa.ca/nacpt_faq. The consultation took…

  4. PUBLIC NOTICE – Tewatohnhi’saktha Office Reopens

    Enniskó:wa/March 2, 2022 Tewatohnhi’saktha will be open for business to the public starting Monday, March 14, 2022. Regular business hours are from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday. Current or potential clients have the option to make in-person or virtual appointments with a Tewatohnhi’saktha employee. Please contact us by phone at 450-638-4280 or…

  5. 7th Annual Maple Food Fest is Underway

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Enniskó:wa/March 1, 2022) Kahnawà:ke Tourism will host the 7th annual Maple Food Fest beginning March 14 and continuing until April 22, 2022. The Maple Food Fest is a collective event, where the theme of maple and community culinary creations of maple goods are promoted. Since 2016, Kahnawà:ke Tourism has highlighted our…

  6. WELCOME CENTER REOPENS

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Enníska/February 25, 2022) On Monday February 28, 2022, the Kahnawà:ke Welcome Center will be open to the public. All Safety Protocols are in place to ensure the safety of our employees and visitors. Once again we will be offering guided tours in designated areas accompanied by a tour guide and offer…

  7. Tewatohnhi’saktha and MCK say YES to Kahnawà:ke Youth Work Initiative

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Enníska/February 8, 2022) Tewatohnhi’saktha and Client Based Services of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke partner on a NEW subsidized employment initiative for youth. The Youth Employment Strategy (YES) program is set to begin in March 2022 and end in late summer with the goal of giving youth an opportunity to gain…

  8. Commissioning of the Des Cultures Wind Farm

    Saint-Rémi, Québec, February 1st, 2022 – Des Cultures Renewable Energy announces the commissioning of the Des Cultures Wind Farm in Saint-Rémi and Saint-Michel. The 24-MW project, created through a partnership between Kruger Energy and Kahnawà:ke Sustainable Energies (KSE), has received the green light from Hydro-Québec to officially start operations. The wind farm will power the equivalent…

  9. TEWATOHNHI’SAKTHA LAUNCHES THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY BUSINESS FUND (ICBF) II

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kahnawà:ke (Kentenhkó:wa/January 21, 2022) Tewatohnhi’saktha invites Kahnawa’kehró:non Business owners to apply to the Indigenous Community Business Fund (ICBF) II. The objective of the fund is to introduce investments into the Kahnawà:ke economy through various programs to assist Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) to recover from the pandemic and position themselves for…

  10. ATTENTION KAHNAWÀ:KE BUSINESSES – Business Interruption Fund

    Businesses that have been directed to close as of December 24th, 2021 by the Kahnawà:ke Covid-19 Task Force can apply with Tewatohnhi’saktha to access the Business Interruption Fund. If a claim was filed in the last year, please contact the Business Services Team member you spoke with to re-apply. New claimants can contact Tewatohnhi’saktha reception…