CBC interviews Grassy River FN residents about mercury in their environment.
Environment Canada has published their 2016 report on Mercury assessment in Canada. The Canadian Mercury Science Assessment is the first comprehensive scientific evaluation and synthesis of mercury (Hg) in the Canadian environment. The assessment is the outcome of a partnership between the Clean Air Regulatory Agenda (CARA) Mercury Science Program, led by Environment Canada, and Read more about New report posted! Canadian Mercury Science Assessment Report[…]
On Jan.12, 2017, thestar.com reported that they and volunteers from the environmental group Earthroots found mercury contaminated soil upstream from the Grassy Narrows First Nation. The location they searched was based on information from retired mill worker Kas Glowacki. They have presented their findings to people at the Province of Ontario, former ELA scientist Dr. Read more about Mercury tainted soil found upstream of Grassy Narrows First Nation[…]