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The Public of Service Alliance of Canada has partnered with the community of Grassy Narrows to launch this campaign demanding safe drinking water in First Nations communities.

Grassy Narrows is only one of more than 100 First Nations communities that do not have access to safe water for drinking, cooking and bathing.

The #ThirstyforJustice campaign videos were developed in collaboration with award-winning documentary filmmaker François Péloquin.

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Mini-documentary

Mini-documentary

It’s a struggle every day for the people of Grassy Narrows because they do not have access to cleandrinking water. Neither to more than 100 First Nations communities in Canada.

Take action today.

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The voices of Grassy Narrows

The voices of Grassy Narrows

Interview with Chief Simon Fobister. Represents more than 800 community members in Grassy Narrows who have no access to safe drinking water. Wants action. Now.

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The voices of Grassy Narrows

The voices of Grassy Narrows

Interview with Steve Fobister, former Grassy Narrows and Treaty Three Chief. Poisoned by mercury contamination. Seeking justice for his community.

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The voices of Grassy Narrows

The voices of Grassy Narrows

Interview with Judy Da Silva. Community activist and International Peace Prize winner. Poisoned by mercury. A voice for justice for Grassy Narrows.

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