Martha Troian VICE
Years after a paper mill dumped massive amounts of mercury into a nearby river, First Nation residents say the effects are still being felt today.
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An activist says promises made by Ontario's Minister of Aboriginal Affairs were lies to get a First Nation Elder to stop a hunger strike.
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Years after multiple First Nation communities in northwestern Ontario were forced to deal with the fallout of extreme mercury contaminations, the damage lingers, and many of the victims remain uncompensated.
When First Nation people have to seek health services outside their communities, the funding is provided by Health Canada through called the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program. But that recently changed, and community members say it’s led to atrocious...