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Canada Should Strive for More on World Water Day

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Water jugs in the community water center in Grassy Narrows, Canada. April 13, 2016.  © 2016 Human Rights Watch Where would we be without water to drink, to wash and cook with, and to keep us healthy and alive? Water is essential. But as we mark another World Water Day, many First Nations communities in Canada still don’t have access to safe water. Five years ago today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a commitment of $1.8 billion over five years to address the water crisis so First Nations wouldn’t need to boil water to make it drinkable, rely on bottled water,…

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