Manitoba government says searching landfill for remains of Indigenous women too risky

By Steve Lambert  The Canadian Press Posted July 6, 2023 8:24 am Cambria Harris, daughter of Morgan Harris, speaks to supporters gathered at a rally calling for provincial funding to search two landfills for the bodies of Mercedes Myron and Morgan Harris and other missing people, at the Manitoba legislature in Winnipeg, Wednesday, June 14, 2023. . THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods   The Manitoba government appeared to all but shut the door Wednesday on a proposed search for the remains of two slain Indigenous women believed to be in a landfill north of Winnipeg. Premier Heather Stefanson, after meeting with some relatives of the slain women, cited a recent feasibility study on the proposed search and said it would pose a health risk to workers with no guarantee the remains…

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