There’s been a lot of confusion within the community of Nain regarding the upcoming plebiscite.
Sarah Leo, the AngaujuKak of the Nain Inuit Community Government, dropped by our studio to clear things up.
She says she has been receiving a lot of questions on what the plebiscite actually means.
Leo says the plebiscite is used to determine how the community feels about alcohol in the community.
The vote will determine if people want to see Nain become a dry community.
She says the outcome of the vote will not necessarily result in any changes.
It is only used to gauge the community’s opinion on how they feel about the consumption and distribution of alcohol in the community.