Final thoughts

May 2012
Eastern Door;5/4/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p10
The article focuses on the division of thought among people which was reflected by their votes regarding the establishment of a casino in Kahnawake, Quebec. She says that after the approval of the referendum, people have been suggesting profitable business ventures Kahnawake could explore. She also mentions that youth and young adults who participated in the referendum and those who were still minors are divided on the issue.


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