James Smith Cree First Nation with poisoned waters after Husky oil spill

August 24th 2016

The results for sampling of the James Smith Cree Nation water have not yet been released. Chief Burns’s observations however, suggest the problem is more serious and raise questions about the water samples that passed the testing, which were, in part, analyzed by Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health ( CTEH).

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Sheldon Wuttunee, James Smith Cree Nation, Husky oil spill, North Saskatchewan River


Canada has abundant water, yet water in many indigenous communities in Ontario is not safe to drink, according to Human Rights Watch report. Many of Canada’s First Nations’ drinking water, is contaminated, hard to access, or at risk due to faulty treatment systems.

Indigenous people from Winnipeg join Standing Rock protest camp in North Dakota

Opposition to multibillion-dollar pipeline project by Dakota Access gets support north of border

read more at:http://www.cbc.ca/news/aboriginal/indigenous-from-winnipeg-join-standing-rock-1.3732196



Indigenous people protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota on Aug. 12, 2016.


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By Lenard Monkman, CBC News Posted: Aug 25, 2016


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