Man accused of first-degree murder more than two years after Manitoba double homicide

 The Canadian Press  Manitoba RCMP have charged a man with first-degree murder, more than two years after a double homicide on the Northlands Denesuline First Nation, a remote fly-in community of some 900 residents in the province’s far north. News of the arrest has provided some comfort to the tight-knit community following the deaths of Brent Denechezhe, 31, and Leona Tssessaze, 24, in September 2021, said Chief Simon Denechezhe, the community’s chief. “We live with the loss of these two vibrant young people every day, but now we can stop wondering,” the chief said Thursday. “Without the questions, we can process the pain.” RCMP said the victims and a man were together inside Brent Denechezhe’s home, when they got into a disagreement and the man left and returned with a…

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