"Water" - Shoal Lake No. 40 From the website of Shoal Lake First Nation No. 40. Gives history of their lack of access to water and information about their efforts to create awareness about the community's situation - including "Museum of Canadian Human Rights Violations" community tours.
Shoal Lake No. 40 homepage The homepage of Shoal Lake No. 40's website has links to some media article and also videos about the community and its lack of access to drinking water.
Honour the Source Honour the Source was a campaign active in the summer and early fall of 2015 working to mobilize Winnipeggers, especially, to support Shoal Lake No. 40 First Nation's fight for clean water and road access. You will find information about the First Nation and the history of Winnipeg's water access, links to some media stories and contact information for elected officials.
Shoal Lake 40 - The Road Home The 3 videos below make up a short documentary about the community of Shoal Lake No. 40 First Nation and its lack of access to drinking water.
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