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Monday Aug 25 | Wawatay News
Grassy Narrows and the New Democratic Party are calling for "real action" on mercury poisoning in the Treaty #3 community.
The Government of Canada has provided $13,000 in funding through the Canada Arts Presentation Fund for an arts performance series presented by Red Lake Wilderness Entertainment Series in the Northern Ontario community of Red Lake.
The former chief of Grassy Narrows, a tribe residing near Kenora, Ontario, announced a hunger strike late last month in a last-ditch effort to draw attention to the victims of mercury poisoning.
Paul Brown, owner of Stratton, ON- based Paul Brown Trucking and Heavy Equipment Rentals, was seven years old when his father, Dennis, bought his first brand new truck; a 1979 White Western Star 4864-2 model with a 671 Detroit and 13-speed transmission.
Updated: Mon Aug 25, 2014 05:32 pm
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