Life in Pikangikum First Nation is a mixed bag of joys and challenges. Poor…
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.
Seven communities shorted by new drinking water criteria say Iroquois chiefs.
The community of Shoal Lake 40 in Manitoba hosted a celebratory feast last week to kick off construction of the much awaited Freedom Road.
The Enoch Cree First Nation in Alberta isn’t on a boil water advisory – but people in the Alberta community didn’t trust the water.
Larissa Burnouf APTN National News In September, APTN National News brought you the story of…
Tom Fennario APTN National News A company in Montréal says it has developed the technology…
Some First Nation communities taking water into their own hands.
Ontario First Nation declares state of emergency after radioactive particles found in local water source
Ontario First Nation declares state of emergency because of drinking water