Where was this standing up for Indigenous rights when it came to the mould and tainted water crisis facing First Nations? Where was the commitment to reconciliation when the people of Grassy Narrows asked for a mercury treatment centre? Or clean drinking water in Attawapiskat?
A state of emergency has been declared in the northern Ontario community of Attawapiskat after tests showed its drinking water had potentially dangerous levels of byproducts from a disinfection process. “Residents are being advised to limit their EXPOSURE to the water — including showers — and to NOT USE use the water to wash food.”
Six premiers asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday to change or bury two pieces of federal legislation that critics of both bills say could hurt Canada’s energy and natural resources sectors.
Piece by meticulously researched piece, B.C.-based independent researcher Vivian Krause spent almost 10 years exposing the story. Every detail has been corroborated, including with American and Canadian tax records, together with documents and statements from the perpetrators themselves.
For the first time, the Canadian central bank’s financial system health report is flagging climate change as an important vulnerability along with its long-running worries about household debt and apprehension about the housing market.
The assessment is part of the Bank of Canada’s annual report card that explores key weak spots and risks surrounding the stability of the financial system.
Vitality Air charges between $20 and $30 CAD, depending on the bottle. Bottles come in three and eight-litre sizes that lasts between 150 and 200 inhalations“We suck up all the air in Banff, about 150,000 litres every time.”