One residential school's new lease on life as a casino Add to ...


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The St. Eugene Resort, near Cranbook, is owned by three B.C. native groups and sits on the site of a former Indian residential school. B.C. first nations groups are lobbying the government for a share of gambling revenues to address community needs.

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