First Nations Health Authority

Liberals’ water pledges ring hollow for some B.C. First Nations still without drinking water

Liberals’ water pledges ring hollow for some B.C. First Nations still without drinking water

The elected leader of a remote First Nation in B.C. which has been under a boil-water order for 18 years says he’s confident his community will eventually find a solution to its drinking water woes — regardless of which party is elected federally this year. Chief Jimmy Lulua’s comments to the Star came a day after Canada’s new Indigenous Services minister boasted Ottawa has made “progress” on the First Nations drinking water crisis to mark World Water Day on Friday.