‘Go get my girl:’ Families of Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran rally in Winnipeg

 By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- The families of two First Nations women whose remains are believed to be in a Winnipeg-area landfill took to the steps of Manitoba’s legislature Wednesday to deliver one message to the federal and provincial governments. They’re urging both orders of government to work together and search the Prairie Green Landfill for Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran. “We’re gonna keep coming back until our women are brought home,” Melissa Normand, a cousin of Harris, told a rally organized by the women’s families. Dozens of supporters stood by as the families shared their frustration and anger. “Please go get my girl,” Donna Bartlett, Myran’s grandmother, whispered harshly into a microphone. One person held a sign that said, “Stop wasting time. The landfill is not a…

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