Indigenous communities offer Nation wide support search of Winnipeg landfil

 By Jeremy Appel  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Indigenous voices from across Canada are amplifying calls for Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson to permit the search of a Winnipeg landfill for the bodies of Indigenous women allegedly targeted by a serial killer. The privately-owned Prairie Green landfill in north Winnipeg is believed to be the location of the remains of Morgan Harris, 39, and Marcedes Myran, 26. Jeremy Skibicki has been charged with their murder, as well as the murder of 24-year-old Rebecca Contois, whose partial remains were found at the city-operated Brady landfill site, and an unidentified victim who has been given the name Mashkode Bizhiki’ikwe, meaning Buffalo Woman in Ojibwe. The local Indigenous community and its supporters established a blockade outside of the Brady landfill to protest Stefanson’s refusal to…

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