New & Updates

  • Kahnawà:ke Tourism Newsletter, September 2022

    Tourism Development Manager takes leave to learn the Kanien’keha (Mohawk) Language Kimberly Cross, Tourism Development Manager, embarks on a new j...
  • Tóta Ma's Café Social Enterprise

    More then just your local community coffee shop. Watch to learn more about this social enterprise located in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake Quebec.
  • Kahnawà:ke Tourism Newsletter, August 2022

    Tour Throughout the month of July, Kahnawà:ke Tourism hosted 4 private tours with 11 visitors from Montreal and locals from Kahnawà:ke. We had 16 ...
  • Corn Fest- Fête du Maïs at the Kahnawà:ke Sports Complex

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Kahnawà:ke (Seskéha/ August 12, 2022.)It’s corn season! Kahnawà:ke Tourism & Maison LePailleur are proud to present the...
  • Mohawk Online Announces $5 Million Donation to the Kahnawà:ke Cultural Arts Center

    Mohawk Online Limited (“Mohawk Online”), has announce that they will be making a donation of $5 million to the Kahnawà:ke Cultural Arts Center (“KC...
  • Longhouse – Traditional Dwelling Exhibit

    The Longhouse displayed at the 2022 Pow Wow was immensely popular with all visitors.
  • Kahnawà:ke Tourism Newsletter, July 2022

    A Successful Night of Comedy A night of great food, company and laughs is what happened on June 11 at La Vista Ristorante due to the comedic acts ...
  • Business Spotlight: Kidz-R-Us

    Kidz-R-Us Playzone is a Family Fun Center owned by Crystal MacKenzie Deer and Jay Deer located on route 138 next to Wolfco Gas Station. The busine...
  • New Ways To Explore Canada’s Indigenous Culture

    Looking for new and unforgettable ways to explore Canada’s Indigenous cultures and histories? Here are many Indigenous tourism experiences to look...
  • 'Travel is not the big bad monster'

      The Canadian Travel and Tourism Roundtable wants Canada to focus testing at community levels through bringing back randomized on-arrival PCR tes...
  • Indigenous Tourism Experiences in Canada

    Did you know that Indigenous tourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors in Canada’s tourism industry?  Some examples in Quebec    Discover Ni...