Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy and Grassy Narrows Chief Roger Fobister speak at Toronto new conference held to shed light on a little-known 2009 report that suggests mercury poisoning continues to affect people in Grassy Narrows and Wabeseemoong First Nations and that they are not receiving adequate medical care.

Mercury survivors neglected by government, First Nation claims

Mercury survivors neglected by government, Grassy Narrows First Nation claims - NewsWinnipeg.

Nick Roncato: people are committed to cleaning up mercury filled water

Ontario commits to 'full and rigorous mercury contamination assessment' at Dryden paper mill

Old deal struck to save jobs at Dryden paper mill costs Ontario in legal battle over mercury monitoring

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Nick Roncato: water deemed unsafe to drink by first nations people

'People are not going to drink this toxic water another day,' acting chief says

A 2001 risk assessment of the water system at Grassy Narrows by the Bimose Tribal Council showed the presence of the same problems with turbidity and DBPs noted in a 2015 letter to the chief from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.

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Site near Grassy Narrows likely leaking mercury, study finds

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