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Canal that supplies clean water to Winnipeg blocks progress in Shoal Lake nation

The Shoal Lake First Nation wants the Canadian Museum of Human Rights to acknowledge human rights abuses it says it has suffered because of a water diversion that provides water to Winnipeg.

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The Shoal Lake First Nation wants the Canadian Museum of Human Rights to acknowledge human rights abuses it says it has suffered because of a water diversion that provides water to Winnipeg. Photo Store

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Updated on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at 3:11 PM CDT: corrects typo

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