Thanks to all who joined us for our first virtual session! We are gathering responses to your questions and will post them here once we have them. Stay tuned for information about our next virtual event!
On April 21st , the Canadian Remedial Action Plan Implementation Committee (CRIC) hosted a virtual information session on the multi-barrier approach to protecting the drinking water supply to the Wallaceburg and Walpole Island First Nation communities.
This presentation provided an overview of the cultural importance of water to the local Indigenous communities living along the St. Clair River, the voluntary and legislated practices adopted by local industry to reduce risk of spills, and the municipal infrastructure upgrades that provide added protection will be shared. Community members also had the opportunity to ask questions to local experts.
Please take the time to watch the recorded session and complete the poll below. If you have any questions, please forward them to Natasha Pozega at email@example.com.