By Sharif Hassan THE CANADIAN PRESS An Indigenous council is taking the Ontario government to court over changes made to online gaming. In a notice of application filed Monday against iGaming Ontario and the Attorney General of Ontario, the Mohawk Council of Kahnawa:ke alleges the changes are “illegal and unconstitutional” and leading to “significant” revenue loss to its community. The Mohawks of Kahnawa:ke are part of the Mohawk Nation stretching through parts of Quebec, Ontario and the northeastern United States, and the council behind the legal action is the elected organization that provides governmental services to community. Kahnawa:ke has been licensing online gaming for 25 years, and the council argues its subsidiary, Mohawk Online Limited, is now shut out of the Ontario gaming market because it has not submitted to the
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