One fly-in First Nation in Ontario trying to move away from diesel

Renewable energy is offsetting impact of diesel.

Willow Fiddler
APTN National News
Over 20 First Nations in northwestern Ontario rely on diesel for energy.

It’s not cheap and it’s dirty.

But one fly-in community is starting to use renewable energy to offset the financial and environmental costs of diesel.

Video Journalist / Thunder Bay

Willow is an Oji-Cree Anishinabe from Sandy Lake First Nation. Her background is in print journalism and she studied multimedia before entering broadcast news . She is passionate about the stories of the Anishinabe in northwestern Ontario, particularly in the remote north.