Aboriginal and Northern Development Canada has opened the bidding for a contract to advise First Nations communities on how best to adapt to climate change.
The contract is for a team of six: two project managers, two senior analysts and two analysts.
There is a way more pressing issue at hand for Canada's First Nations communities than a minuscule change in the weather that may or may not even be happening.
There are still over 100 First Nations communities facing nearly 150 different boil water advisories. Instead of making this crisis a priority the way he promised during his campaign, Trudeau gave more than $4 billion in foreign aid as one of his first acts as Prime Minister.
It's an international disgrace that there are parts of Canada where people live in Third World conditions.
But it won't ever change as long as we have politicians in Ottawa who think people whose tap water can kill them actually care about climate change.