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Statistics released regarding additions of newly-recognized Community members


The Office of the Kahnaw�:ke Kanien�keh�:ka Registry (OKKR) wishes to inform the community on statistical information regarding some of its activities since April 2021.

Since 2019, the Registrar has been making decisions related to applications for Recognition on the Kahnaw�:ke Kanien�keh�:ka Registry (�KKR�), in accordance with the Kanien�keh�:ka of Kahnaw�:ke Law, which was enacted on 3, Ohiarihk�:wa/July 2018. All additions to the KKR possess a minimum of four (4) eligible great-grandparents, with a minimum of two (2) Kanien�keh�:ka great-grandparents.

The following are the statistics up to the end of January 31, 2022:

  • 48 people have been added to the KKR
  • This number includes 21 adults and 27 children

The list can be accessed by clicking the link here.

It is important to note that mothers of new babies should also apply to register their children on the KKR at their nearest convenience. This is strongly encouraged, as failure to do so can impact their eligibility for services in the community later.

Also, for absolute clarity, we are obligated to remind Kahnawa�kehr�:non that acquiring a Secure Certificate of Indian Status through Canada is a completely different process that does NOT automatically give persons recognition on the KKR.

On behalf of the Mohawk Council of Kahnaw�:ke, the Office of the Kanien�keh�:ka Registry is pleased to welcome the newly-recognized community members, and continues to accept applications and inquiries at 450-638-0500.

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