Ka’nhehsí:io Deer is a Kanien’kehá:ka journalist from Kahnawake, Que. She is currently a reporter with CBC Indigenous covering communities across Quebec.
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Akwesasne's adult Kanien'kéha immersion program graduates its 1st cohort
Á:se Tsi Tewá:ton (we will make it new again) in Akwesasne, on the Ontario, Quebec and New York State borders, is the community’s only Kanien’kéha adult immersion program.
Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony to be streamed online in 8 Indigenous languages
CBC will provide live online coverage of Friday morning’s opening ceremony in eight Indigenous languages.
'It's been long overdue:' Kahnawake launches paratransit service
For years, Michael Dell has been advocating for Kahnawake to create a paratransit service. It's now finally up and running.
RoseAnne Archibald elected 1st female national chief of Assembly of First Nations
After five rounds of voting over the span of two days, former Ontario regional chief RoseAnne Archibald has been named the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
Assembly of First Nations to elect new national chief this week
First Nations leaders from across the country are meeting virtually this week to elect a new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
Why this Akwesasne two-spirit teen is normalizing wearing ribbon skirts
Tekaronhiokewe Talon Jacobs, 16, was among a group of community members who modelled for a collection of ribbon skirts made by designer Cheyenne Lazore.
Google doodle pays tribute to Indigenous women's rights advocate Mary Two-Axe Earley
Mary Two-Axe Earley, whose advocacy helped lead to changes in the Indian Act in 1985, is the focus of Google's June 28 doodle.
Why creating space, visibility is important for the Kanien'kehá:ka trans community
Morgan Teiakonwathe Curotte was among the first people in Kahnawake, a Kanien’kehá:ka community south of Montreal, to come out as transgender.
Kanien'kehá:ka teen shares 'coming out' journey with love and support from family
Meet Rowennakon Doxtater, a 14-year-old from Kahnawake who began identifying as male earlier this year.
MMIWG national action plan is an inadequate response to the crisis, say Indigenous women's advocates
Indigenous women's organizations and advocates say the newly released national action plan to end violence against Indigenous women and girls is not an adequate response to the crisis.