Remote First Nation communities have been facing ‘tragedy’ long before La Loche: chief

Remote First Nation communities have been facing ‘tragedy’ long before La Loche: chief

WATCH: La Loche, Saskatchewan has struggled with a high suicide rate, poverty and addiction, but it hasn’t necessarily gotten the resources it needs to tackle these problems. Eric Sorensen looks at the challenges faced there and in other First Nations communities.

http://globalnews.ca/news/2476789/remote-first-nation-communities-have-been-facing-tragedy-long-before-la-loche-Chief/

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