Right To Water In Canada

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The right to water is a social, political and economic issue that needs to be addressed and regulated through effective policies. First Nations’ right to water has been recognized as a significant policy issue in Canada. Canada has failed to effectively address the issue as its policies tend to disregard Aboriginal peoples’ right to safe drinking water. First Nations across Canada have identified the constraint of water and water governance in their communities. Despite living in a developed country, First Nations’ communities do not have access to same clean water as the rest of the Canadian population. In turn, this causes serious health implications. This paper focuses on the social, economic and environmental conditions such as the impacts

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