Melissa Ridgen looks into the devastating effects of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows, an Ontario First Nation.
Japanese researchers release latest findings of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows.
The group also delivered a petition calling on the provincial government to clean up Grassy’s contaminated water
Internal memos have surfaced that show the province ignored Andrew Brandt’s recommendation to pay for remediation
The ministers have earmarked $300,000 to hire scientists that will test mercury levels and make recommendations on how to clean it up
The Canadian Press TORONTO – Six protesters supporting the remote Grassy Narrows First Nation were arrested…
Grassy Narrows residents have suffered mercury poisoning since 1960s.
Human Rights Watch releases study on First Nations drinking water
Members of Grassy Narrows First Nation will be in Toronto Monday.