PUBLISHED: THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 AT 5:27 PM
BY: DAILY COURIER-OBSERVER
AKWESASNE – Julia Back Skidders of Hogansburg has been named a Maytag Dependable Leader Award winner for her demonstrated dedication to keeping youth on the path to achieve great futures. The award recognizes Boys & Girls Club officials who are committed to making a difference as dependable and exceptional role models.
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s Kawehno:ke Medical Clinic is notifying the community that Nurse Practitioner Joelle Regnier will no longer be with the medical clinic. All are welcome to make appointments with Dr. Forson, Dr. Young or Dr. Tremblay at 613-932-5808.
Per Diem Receptionist
Reports to: General Manager
Salary: $11/ per hour (Canadian)
The Per Diem Receptionist is under the direct supervision and direction of the General Manager. The position is required to work during regular business hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and other hours only when needed.
Cap in Effect After January 23, 2015
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is notifying the community that after January 23, 2015, community members’ fines for Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) car seizures at any CBSA port will no longer be paid for by MCA.
Since September of 2009, MCA has paid the $1000 and up fines for Akwesasne community members who had their vehicle seized for the first time by CBSA. Over the past 5 years, MCA has paid $313,868 toward these fines.
On December 9, 2014, Council passed MCR 2014/2015 - #271 stating that these penalities will no longer paid by MCA as of 45 days of the MCR date.
Community members travelling through the CBSA port after January 23, 2014 will be responsible for any fines incurred.
If you have any questions related to CBSA vehicle seizures please contact MCA’s Community Advocate Wesley Benedict at 613-575-2250 Ext. 1031.