The Buffalo Bazaar brings together a melting pot of people from all over the world to New York’s western edge.
The success story of the Mohawk Casino Resort, now one of the jewels of the Akwesasne community, was built on the backbone of failures.
Veterans, families at the Akwesasne American Legion find community and share their stories.
The northern border significantly complicates life by creating multiple layers of government in what should be a unified, sovereign homeland for the Mohawks.
Dairy is a nearly $2 billion industry in New York state alone. It faces challenges both international and domestic.
Bernadette Clément, the first black, female mayor of Cornwall, Ontario, has seen her city’s growth stagnate. Now, the mayor is looking at immigration as a possible solution.
Love took a Canadian woman to the U.S., and an American women to Canada. They both deftly manage their lives on both sides of the border to succeed as business owners in New York.
The picturesque tourist destination that straddles the U.S.-Canada border has its share of home-grown and imported social problems. Churches are stepping up to try to address those problems.
Darryl Lazare Jr. values the freedom of growing up on the Mohawk Nation territory of Akwesasne and loves his family here. But he wants to get out.
Canada started taxing American maple syrup in response to US tariffs. But producers on both sides of the border view each other as neighbors.