Judge in Quebec strikes down controversial rule after plaintiffs said they had been harassed for marrying outside Mohawk community

Waneek Horn-Miller had just begun construction on a house for her young family on the Kahnawà:ke Mohawk Territory near Montreal when she received a troubling letter.

Signed by the band council, it requested that she “respect the law and the will of the people in the community by leaving the territory”.

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