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but I can feel it that attempt at a remote indigenous community in Canada spending alarm bells all the way to the capital where members of parliament will meet in an emergency session Tuesday over the past weekend alone officials say there were a leading suicide attempt at the Attawapiskat first nation in northern Ontario one of them an eleven year old child that coming after twenty eight suicide attempts reported in the month of March alone at the aboriginal community of only two thousand people , on substandard living conditions that exist in many of these communities , the land chief on Monday declaring a state of emergency the government deploying mental health workers and nurses to the town if you're not the first crisis freshwater Scott it's listed , twenty sixteen with other alarms or flooding raw sewage for drinking water and insufficient housing but a shift in Canadian politics has given hope to come in the greater the number that we are going to have a Hardenberg , you're going to treat describing the situation is quote heartbreaking promising to work to improve living conditions for all indigenous people