Canada First Nations Friday – Drinking Water & Pipelines

Drinking water from First Nations — A right for so many of us, and yet a luxury for some Canadians, still! Calgary, May 4, 2018  – I’ll have more on the water story from Lacombe, AB and the WasteWater announcement from the province and Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, – Canadian Minister of Infrastructure and Communities on the weekend, including his comments when I asked about the Boil Water Adivsories on many First Nation Communities… Stay Tuned! But

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First Nations Friday – “The Trudeau Surprise”

$450M in spending slated for next five years PUSHED BACK until after next federal election How can anyone HONESTLY believe anything the Liberals promise right now!?!? From what I have read… and Liberal MP’s feel free to contact us and tell me I’m wrong… but in the 2017 budget, the federal government stated it would spend $2 billion over 11 years on infrastructure in Northern and rural communities. In the first five years, the government said

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First Nations Friday – Protecting our Water

Canada’s St. Lawrence River The Mohawk WORd for the St. lawrence: Kaniatarowanenneh, meaning “big waterway” Quebec City had warned its residents to reduce water consumption while the city dumps about 46 million litres of raw sewage into the Saint Lawrence River. (Say what?!) But rest assured… it got dumped EXACTLY as planned! A spokesperson for the city said everything “went as planned.” (Well, that’s good… you’d hate for S**T to go someplace it’s not welcome… like

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