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dumped thousands of kilograms of mercury into the Wabigoon and English river systems in the 1960s . The result, the chief said, has been job and income losses that have forced people onto social ass.

Dear Premier-designate Ford: I am writing to you on the eve of the swearing in of your government on behalf of the Green Party of Ontario, my constituents in Guelph and people from across the province who care about jobs, the environment and our economy.

Grassy Narrows First Nation releases health report . – Officials with Grassy Narrows First Nation are scheduled to publicly release findings of a new report linking a number of "grave" health problems in the community linked to eating contaminated fish. The study was done by environmental health expert Donna Mergler, a member of a World Health .

Mercury contamination has plagued the english-wabigoon river system since a paper mill in Dryden . “When a person doesn’t have a job, it leads to despair and many in our people have turned to alcoho.

Ontario Minamata disease is a neurological syndrome caused by severe mercury poisoning.It occurred in the Canadian province of Ontario, in 1970, and severely affected two First Nation communities in Northwestern Ontario following consumption of local fish contaminated with mercury, and one First Nation in Southern Ontario due to illegal .

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We are 22 First Nations communities working together to connect 17 remote communities currently powered by diesel. This is our story.