West Coast Morning | Jul 8, 2013 | 7:03

The Tightened Critera for Qalipu Band Membership Causing Concerns

A new supplemental agreement between the federal government and the Qalipu band could make it hard for people to back up their claim to be Mi'kmaq.

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