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Kahnawake to Participate in First Nations Regional Health Survey

Today, at a press conference, it was announced that Kahnawake would be participating in the First Nations Regional Health Survey. The project will take place through March 2016 and the information collected will be incorporated into a larger health survey. The survey job posting can be found here.

You can read more in the press release by clicking on this news item.

Multimedia Training Opportunity!

Information about the upcoming Nu-Media On Tour training program has been added to our March calendar.

The training program will immerse participants into the world of multimedia. Participants will have the opportunity to learn firsthand with senior industry professionals.

All participants must pre-register at the KSCS main building. Contact Terry Kariwaiehnhe McComber at 450-632-6880, ext. 141 for more information.

Training will take place from March 19–24, 2015. Training is open to Kahnawake'hehró:non between the ages of 13–30 and who are interested in multimedia.

Product Recall

Diamond Wipes International recalls Love & Beauty by Forever 21 Lavender Anti-Aging Eye Mask

Hazard identified

The affected batch is contaminated with mold. Neither Health Canada nor Diamond Wipes International has received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries related to the use of this product.

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