"I take my kids there. We all dip our cups in the river and drink straight from it," Josh said recently when I was in Moose Factory, a remote community on the James Bay coast. Josh is a dad from Moose Cree First Nation. He's talking about a river that still flows without interruption and is the last source of clean drinking water in northeastern Ontario. In English it's called the North French. In Cree one of its names is Meh...
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