In 2015 Justin Trudeau was elected promising that he would solve problems relating to drinking water for Canada's indigenous peoples. At present 58 indigenous communities across Canada do not have drinking water, nor has any date been set when they will. Families are separated due to imposed evacuations and relocations. The loss of homes creates overcrowding and increased danger of disease such as tuberculosis and COVID-19.
The Federal government complain of lack of funding, but since when did any government care about aboriginals who lived on the land for thousands of years before the capitalists invaded.