With winter wanning across the country, Manitoba's northren Indigenous population is calling for help.
Winter roads that include driving across frozen lakes have be shut down much earlier this year. These winter roads provide drivable access to otherwise cut off reservations. Large semi-trucks bring in the years worth of supply during the short months the roads are open. Fuel, water, food are all now in short and rapidly diminishing supply.
The government is trying to coordinate air drops of supplies to these ten reserves, but will it be enough?
With global warming becoming more evident each year, how do we work to prevent this from happening next year?
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