Ontario's Minister of Aboriginal Affairs visits Grassy Narrows
Ontario's Minister of Aboriginal Affairs visited the mercury-ravaged community of Grassy Narrows this week.
In the 1970s, Dryden Chemicals began dumping mercury into the Wabigoon River, contaminating the water and the fish. Today, the neurological effects of that poisoning are widespread throughout the community.
Voyage North host Cathy Alex speaks with Kathleen Wynne about what she saw and what the government can do.