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winnipegfreepress.com 15 Sep, 2021 20:00 am

Long-term water advisory lifted for Shoal Lake First Nation

Long-term water advisory lifted for Shoal Lake First Nation
SHOAL LAKE, ONTARIO, CANADA - Shoal Lake 40 First Nation is welcoming clean, running water for the f...

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Construction on the water treatment plant began soon after.A selection of letters to the editor are published daily.

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