September 19, 2018

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First Nations to receive clean water

While two communities are promised resources within a year, Shoal Lake 40 will have to wait

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Shoal Lake 40 with Chief Erwin Redsky in April 2016. Trudeau pledged to solve all drinking-water advisories on First Nations within five years of his election in 2015.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Shoal Lake 40 with Chief Erwin Redsky in April 2016. Trudeau pledged to solve all drinking-water advisories on First Nations within five years of his election in 2015.

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