Solving a Home Grown Refugee Crisis – Kashechewan Letter to the Editor MARCH 23, 2016

    Dear Editor,   For several years, “Keeshechewan” residents have been coming to the Cornwall and  “Ahkwesáhsne” communities to escape the springtime flood waters of the Albany River.   It’s a hardship for the families for sure, but our communities strive to make it work, and we’ve developed something of a rapport along the… Continue reading Solving a Home Grown Refugee Crisis – Kashechewan Letter to the Editor MARCH 23, 2016

First Kashechawan Resident Arrested in Cornwall Ontario – Police Blotter Tuesday May 20, 2014 OPP CPS

MISCHIEF             Cornwall, ON – A 31-year-old Cornwall woman was arrested on May 16th, 2014 and charged with mischief. It is alleged that on May 16th, 2014 during an argument with her 32-year-old common-law husband the woman damaged an interior door. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation she was taken into… Continue reading First Kashechawan Resident Arrested in Cornwall Ontario – Police Blotter Tuesday May 20, 2014 OPP CPS

Kashechwan Flood Victims to Cornwall Ontario After All? May 12, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – Are they coming?   Reports are coming in that the good folks from Kashechwan are in fact on their way to the NAV CAN facility in Cornwall due to flooding in their Northern Community. CFN broke the story last week, but travel plans were kiboshed at the last minute. Now news is… Continue reading Kashechwan Flood Victims to Cornwall Ontario After All? May 12, 2014

Mother Nature Allows Kashechewan Residents to Remain Home – May 9, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – A last minute change of plans delayed over 600 residents of Kashechewan from having to fly into Cornwall Ontario. The NAV CAN staff were in full gear preparation according to sources. – signage was being created to direct  evacuees as to where and where not to go at the NavCanada premises. –… Continue reading Mother Nature Allows Kashechewan Residents to Remain Home – May 9, 2014

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