Montreal - Challenging Quebec's separatists, the Cree Indians who claim the northern half of the province announced they had voted overwhelmingly to remain part of Canada if Quebec secedes. "The message is clear - we won't go," said Matthew Coon Come, grand chief of the 12,000 Crees. Tuesday's referendum showed 96 per cent of those voting opted for Canada. He spoke six days ahead of a referendum in which 5 million Quebec voters will decide whether to break away from Canada. Reuter
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Crees say no to separate Quebec