by Norah Ward-Osmond, APC

(L-R) Debbie Bernard, Councillor, Travis Dyment, Water and Wastewater Operator and Chief Darlene Bernard of Lennox Island First Nations.

Lennox Island First Nations is a Mi’kmaq community situated on the northwest coast of Prince Edward Island with approximately 450 residents. Lennox Island like many of our First Nation communities, is a warm and welcoming community surrounded by Malpeque Bay’s natural beauty and hardworking people.

The Chief and Council of Lennox Island recently signed a band council resolution in support of an emergency response plan (ERP) for their water distribution and water treatment facility. As part of the ERP, the water operator, Travis Dyment will have full authority to implement the plan.

Providing safe drinking water is a big responsibility and “many communities across th ...

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