More complaints about housing on northern Alberta reserve

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Six more people have come forward with complaints about housing on the northern Alberta reserve of Cold Lake First Nations.

A CBC News report in January showed that Gary Grandbois lives in a shack he says the band gave him 12 years ago, without running water, power or a proper heat source.

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Since publication of that story —  in which the band said it was only just learning of Grandbois’s situation — nothing has changed for Grandbois and he said there’s no indication any action will be taken.

“If they were going to do something for me, they would have come here to explain to me or help me or something,” Grandbois said.

Gary Grandbois lives on the Cold Lake First Nations reserve in a shack with no running water, power or proper heat source. (Sam Martin/CBC)



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