No way to enforce fire codes on First Nations, and new law would be costly: document

Officials including RCMP officers, a firefighter and coroner look over the smouldering remains after an early morning house fire left as many as five people dead on the Chemainus First Nations Reserve near Ladysmith, B.C., Jan. 14, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck Officials including RCMP officers, a firefighter and coroner look over the smouldering remains after an early morning house fire left as many as five people dead on the Chemainus First Nations Reserve near Ladysmith, B.C., Jan. 14, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

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