Mould Remediation Case Studies

Read about the milestones, changes and decisions that First Nations have made to create effective solutions to mould problems.

  • Montreal Lake Cree Nation PDF

    This study profiles mould remediation efforts in Montreal Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan.

  • Eel River Bar First Nation PDF

    This case study highlights mould remediation efforts in the Eel River Bar First Nation, New Brunswick, a community situated in a low-lying geographic area that, like many other seaside communities, faces the ever-present threat of flooding.

  • Ahousaht First Nation PDF

    This case study highlights mould remediation efforts in the Ahousaht First Nation, British Columbia a community that struggles daily to keep water from invading their houses.

  • Membertou First Nation PDF

    This study profiles mould remediation efforts in the Membertou First Nation, an urban community near Sydney, Nova Scotia.

  • Wikwemikong Unceded Indian
    Reserve
    PDF

    This study profiles mould remediation efforts in the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, a First Nations community in Ontario.

  • Tsartlip First Nation PDF

    This study profiles mould remediation efforts in the Tsartlip First Nations community in British Columbia.

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