Thursday, September 17, 2009

Bodybags sent to remote Indian Tribes in Canada in preparation for Swine Flu

http://ca.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idCATRE58F69K20090916

"The Canadian government sent body bags to some remote Indian reserves as it prepared for the winter flu season, sending a jarring message at odds with its promise that it's ready for the H1N1 flu."

"It is very disturbing," Aglukkaq told reporters on a conference call. "It's a serious issue and it's very concerning to me."

"This says to me they've given up," the newspaper quoted Chief David Harper of Northern Manitoba's Garden Hill reserve, which received some of the body bags, as saying."

1 comment:

matthiasj said...

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