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Collaborative approach is needed to improve drinking water quality in First Nations communities: experts

Stronger communication and co-ordination is needed among parties

March 15, 2023  By Ground Water Canada

To improve the drinking water quality in Canadian First Nations communities, a collaborative approach is required, a group of university and other experts say. They cite the proposed arrangement between the Lake Huron primary water supply system and the Oneida Nation of the Thames as an example. They say the collaboration has the potential to enhance water security, but strong communication and co-ordination between the parties is needed along with financial support. Canadian Manufacturing report | READ MORE

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