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Opinion: Water crisis solutions must involve traditional water law – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on September 17, 2021107 Views

Sep 17, 2021

The question posted across the screen during both the French and English federal leader’s debates asked: “Water for all Indigenous Peoples?” The question sounds absurd because it is.

Yes, we are still trying to ensure Indigenous Peoples have safe, reliable access to clean drinking water.

The leaders took turns tossing blame, calling the Indigenous water crisis a national shame and promising to do better. Two election cycles ago, the governing party promised to eliminate all boil water advisories in Indigenous communities. The government lifted 108 boil water advisories, but today hundreds of Indigenous communities still do not have reliable access to safe drinking water.

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