Report of the Expert Panel on Safe Drinking Water for First Nations /: R2-445/2006E-PDF
This report describes the results of a study into options for establishing a federal regulatory framework for safe drinking water in First Nations communities. The first volume details the panel’s findings after examining the existing legislation and water systems, reviewing legislation in other jurisdictions, and hearing from interested parties. The second volume is a legal analysis of the options recommended by the panel. Includes a comparison of requirements by province and territory.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs.|
|Title||Report of the Expert Panel on Safe Drinking Water for First Nations /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Other Formats||CD-ROM-[English | French], Paper-[English]|
|Note||The catalogue number (R2-445/2006) and ISBN (0-662-49525-X) for the bilingual print edition have been incorrectly copied into the PDF edition.|
|Number of Pages||In two PDF documents (79, 170p.)|
|Subject Terms||Drinking water|
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