Community News

LeRoy Family Reunion Update

Submitted by Julie Snow The LeRoy family reunion has been CANCELED due to COVID on the rise and with all children back in school, and because not everyone has been vaccinated. We don’t want to risk the spread within the family. However, we will start working on next year’s reunion! Stay safe and see you […]

Community News

New York Connects Update

Nya:wëh Sgë:nö’ To All Seneca Community Members Submitted by Lafayette Williams We at New York Connects would like to let you know that we are still operating during this pandemic of the COVID-19. We can help you with your long-term services and supports and needs for people of all ages, any disability, and caregivers. New […]



Submitted by Adrian Stevens The Jr. B Warchiefs defeat the visiting Team USA U17 16-14 in Box Lacrosse action at the Gil Lay Arena on Saturday, September 25th. The game was played in front of approximately 220 lacrosse starved fans ready to watch Jr Lacrosse action for the first time in 2 years and they […]


Ja:goh Seneca Marksmen, IBLA National Champions!

The Seneca Marksmen won the 2021 IBLA National Championship last month following an undefeated season. The team gathered in Lakeland, Florida for the championship game against the Grizzlies. Ja:goh Marksmen! Post from IBLA twitter: A perfect undefeated season. A deserving National Champion. Congratulations to the Seneca Marksmen on being the 2021 IBLA National Champions. The […]


Seneca Gaming Corporation “Every Child Matters” Remembrance Walk

Helping to bring greater understanding, awareness and healing to the atrocities faced by generations of indigenous children at residential schools across the US and Canada NIAGARA FALLS –September 30, 2021 – Seneca Resorts & Casinos would like to thank all who attended their Remembrance Walk last month in Niagara Falls. “We believe awareness, visibility and […]

Feature President

A message from President Matthew B. Pagels

Nya:wëh sgë:nö’ gagwe:göh, There is a crispness in the air as we move into Fall. It’s time for sweatshirts, football and apple cider. The leaves should be reaching their peak of color, reminding us how fortunate we are to experience all of the seasons. As the weather gets cooler we will be gathering in doors […]


President Pagels’ op-ed

Trauma of residential schools continues to impact Native communities By Matthew Pagels President Pagels’ op-ed that appeared in the Buffalo News. Truth and healing are powerful words. For generations, Native individuals, families and communities still dealing with the impacts and trauma perpetuated by Indigenous residential schools have been searching for these elusive ideals. For more […]

COVID-19 Feature

Presidential UPDATE (10.15.21)

President Pagels provides an update on the COVID numbers, fun activities happening in the community, and the October 21 Special Council session. He concludes with personal response on the controversial social media post that was posted on by a local business. See video message below: