Preview: The First Nation community politicians turned into an island

This week, APTN is profiling a First Nation politicians turned into an island.

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They feel like they’re living on Alcatraz.

The people of Shoal Lake First Nation have been living on a man made island for 100 years.

That’s when the city of Winnipeg chose Shoal Lake as its water source.

Ironically, the reserve has been under a boil water advisory for two decades.

But that’s just one of the struggles they endure with life at the other end of the pipe.

APTN’s Dennis Ward recently spent several days in the community.

This week, he’ll be profiling the First Nation community that politicians turned into an island.