WINNIPEG- Manitoba RCMP say they have found the remains of a First Nations woman who was reported missing three years ago. Police received recent information about the disappearance of Melinda Lynxleg that led officers to an abandoned residence in the rural area of San Clara, Man., near the Manitoba-Saskatchewan boundary. RCMP crews, including a forensic identification team and a forensic anthropologist, canvassed the area earlier this week. Lynxleg, who was from Valley River First Nation, was first reported missing in March 2020. Police said earlier this week they were investigating her disappearance as a homicide. RCMP are expected to provide more information this afternoon. This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 9, 2023….
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Exhibit features stolen Kainai children’s stories of resilience on Treaty 7 lands
September 26, 2023 35
By Tiffany Dionne Prete In Canada, when we talk about truth and reconciliation we have a…
September 26, 2023 33
TORONTO-Leaders of several First Nations from the Ring of Fire region in northern Ontario have demanded…