Wabaseemoong members are wondering when their old school will be torn down. Parts of it burned in a fire last week.

Their new school opened in 2011. The opening of Mizhakiiwetung Memorial School took more than a decade of lobbying.

The old one was sinking into the clay, causing doorframes to bend and the panel box to issue sparks.

Community members have also had concerns recently about their water and sewage service.

 

 

 

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