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MBQ releases statement on Trudeau press conference

Following Trudeau’s press conference yesterday the MBQ expresses puzzlement and concern in open statement February 21, 2020 – In light of recent statements made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Tyendinaga Mohawk Council is...


BREAKING: Riot Police Surround St. Lambert Solidarity Blockade

Sûreté du Québec riot police have surrounded the St. Lambert Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Blockade. Demonstrators are meeting with the police on the tracks now.


Joint Mohawk – Wet’suwet’en Press Release

PRESS RELEASE February 21, 2020 TYENDINAGA – Today, the Mohawk people and Wet’suwet’en people stood in solidarity at the Mohawk Council House in Tyendinaga to affirm that they will not stand by and watch...


Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs sign Mohawk plow, visit front lines

The Hereditary Chiefs came to the front lines to personally thank the Mohawk people who have refused to allow trains through their land due to the RCMP invasion of Wet’suwet’en territory.

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Mohawk Nation’s People Council with Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs

FRIDAY FEB 21, 2020 Mohawk Nation People’s Council commencing 10am Friday Feb 21, 2020, Bay of Quinte Mohawk Territory at 1807 York Rd, Deseronto, ON K0K 1X0. The gathering is being held to welcome...


Aug 20, 1891 – The Mohawks’ letter to Prince Arthur on the Silver Covenant Chain

The following document is a copy of a letter sent by Tortoise Totem, Joseph J. Brant De-ka-ri ho-ken and 4 others to Prince Andrew on the topic of the silver covenant chain relationship between the Mohawks and the British Crown.


#WetsuwetenStrong Photo Gallery February 15-16

by Katie Doyle Photos from February 15 2020 meeting with Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller and from February 16 2020 solidarity rally in downtown Toronto.


Elected Mohawk Chiefs call for Canada to respect traditional leadership and “see beyond the Indian Act”

The Chiefs neither denounced nor intervened in the current disruption of Canada’s rail lines. Instead, they called for the traditional leadership of the Wet’suwet’en to be respected, and saw Canada’s failure to do so as the origin of the crisis.

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Canadian Economy Takes Hit from Wet’Suwet’en Solidarity Actions

The current blockades across the land known as Canada, done in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people, whose land is currently occupied by the RCMP, are a long-overdue reckoning. The purpose of the blockades is...