First Nations water

The water is "far below" the standard for a developed country.
A human rights watchdog released a report calling on Canada to give First Nations equal rights to clean drinking water.
"Come on people do something make noises and share."
Shoal Lake 40 First Nation was cut off from the mainland a century ago by construction of an aqueduct which supplies water to the city of Winnipeg.
The commitments are considered one of the central themes of the government's first financial road map.
"This isn’t just a campaign promise but a human rights obligation."
Nearly half of the 133 First Nations in Ontario currently have boil water advisories, and it has been more than ten years
On July 28, 2010, after years of pressure from many countries, the United Nations General Assembly declared access to clean water for drinking and sanitation to be a universal human right. But many places in the world struggle to guarantee this human right. Access to water is no longer just a third world problem.
CALGARY - Four Alberta First Nations have filed a lawsuit against the federal government in an effort to resolve long-standing
MARTEN FALLS, Ont. - Water has consumed the daily routine of Chief Eli Moonias, and it's making him visibly agitated. His