Lands & Estates

Mission Statement

Lands & Estates Office of the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake

Our mission statement is to manage Kanesatake Lands through best practices, committed to providing efficient services and resources, while advocating discretion, confidentiality and professional ethics for all of Kanesatake.


First Nation designation training with toolkit, commercial leases training and toolkit.

Lands and Estates Department Update

Broken Links

It has come to our attention that some of the articles and documents we link to may be broken. We are looking into updating these links as soon as possible.


The below maps of Kanesatake were provided by Natural Resources Canada, Lands and Minerals Sector, Surveyor General Branch, cadastral information Service.

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A new notary information session is planned for the 13th of May 2024, for more information please see the attached PDF here or the flyer below. Nia:wen, INFORMATION SESSION.flyer.notary.may.2024 V2

Office closure

Shekon Kanehsatake   Please note that the Lands, Estates and Membership office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake remains closed. We will post information or details on the re-opening of the office, when we receive the information.   Best regards Paige...

Office Closure October 25th,2023

Good morning kanehsatake,   Please note that the Lands, Estates and Membership office of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake is closed today.  Employees of the MCK were asked to leave this morning at 8:30 a.m. by the Grand Chief and Human Resources.   If you had an...

Office Closure Friday October 13th 2023

Shekon, Following instructions from The Human Resources department, Please be informed that the lands, Estates & Membership office will be closed on Friday October 13 for the funeral of Linda Simon. Niawen Amanda Simon Certified Lands, Estates and Membership...

Statutory Holiday, Office Closure

Please note September 30 is a Statutory Holiday – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  Therefore, our offices will be closed on Friday September 29, 2023   Amanda Simon Certified Lands, Estates and Membership Manager Gestionnaire Agree en gestion des...

Estates Workshop Updates

INVITATION FOR ALL MEMBERS OF KANEHSATAKE Following the direction of the Estates Department of the Mohawk Council of Kanehsatake, I would like to invite you to the following Estates sessions. The content and material will be the same for each session, as I am trying...

Estates workshops

Shekon/Hello Please join us on our coming estates workshop with first peoples law, we will be covering the following topics. Wills & Estate Presentation Welcome and Introductions What is a Will? Important Terminology Types of wills Indian Act & Wills Examples...

Estates Information Sessions

Estates Information Sessions

Shekon Please take a look at the rescheduled estates information session, Flyer in the mail to come as the date approaches.

FPL Estates Presentation

Hello Everyone, The Estates workshop with lawyers Kerry Young and Allison Porter was postponed last month. The information in this workshop is very important.  Scheduling with lawyers is very difficult as they are so very busy. How do members feel about a workshop in...

Amanda Simon - Biography

1 Comment

  1. J S N

    I am just curious as to what has been done with the information confirmed in 2015, that shows that the Sulpicians never obtained a Land Grant from King Louis XV thereby making all the lands Mohawk and Algonquin? Also, why have you fixed the boxes below to show only upper case lettering. That is not correct language.


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