Water protector Autumn Peltier was invited to a special ceremony this week in Toronto. Students at the Central Toronto Academy painted a mural of Peltier in honour of the work she has done on protecting water.
After decades of living without, Samson Cree Nation one step closer to reliable clean drinking water
Samson Cree First Nation in Alberta breaks ground on a $32.5 million wastewater facility upgrade that will provide reliable, safe drinking water for members of the community.
Larissa Burnouf APTN National News Leadership on a southern Saskatchewan First Nation grew so frustrated…
Nation to Nation The 5 commissioners involved in the national inquiry into missing and murdered…
Human Rights Watch releases study on First Nations drinking water
PM Justin Trudeau has promised clean water in all First Nations within four years
It’s taken 100 years, but the community of Shoal Lake #40 is hoping justice could soon be served.
Clean, drinkable water will soon flow through the pipes of some homes in Tyendinaga.
The eastern Ontario First Nation has been waiting years for safe water.