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In Akwesasne the daily commute to work for one woman landed her in a legal battle with the Canada Border Services Agency.
It’s a case that could have implications for other Akwesasne residents.
APTN’s Annette Francis has this story.
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Mitchell will put on a good show, but in the end will do nothing to resolve the border issues..
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