Tag: Missing and Murdered Women

Attack on Law Enforcement Reprehensible – Truth Irrelevant in APTN Discussion
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Attack on Law Enforcement Reprehensible – Truth Irrelevant in APTN Discussion

It’s difficult for Law Enforcement Agencies to build bridges in Indigenous Communities when radical Indigenous activists seem motivated to keep driving that wedge. Last week […]

Tina Fontaine was reported missing by Winnipeg Police Service before her body was discovered Aug. 17 in the Red River in a bag near the Alexander Docks. ORG XMIT: GRx_Xr94GLTnZPdVNytr
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The Tina Fontaine Aftermath – Where do we go from here?

The reaction was heartbreaking, painful and visceral. Raymond Cormier found not guilty of killing Tina Fontaine. “How could it be?” A question so many have […]

Police Issue Warrant in Stabbing Death
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Police Issue Warrant in Stabbing Death

On Wednesday, January 23, 2018, the Winnipeg Police Service issued a press release indicating they’ve identified a suspect in a recent Furby Street homicide. On […]

WPS Forensic Investigator Seizes Clothing Item (Photo JGJ)
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2017 Murder in River City – Year in Review

The Winnipeg Police Service’s Homicide Unit continued to lead Western Canadian Police Agencies when it comes to solving the ultimate crime. In 2017, the WPS […]

WPS Forensic Investigator Seizes Clothing Item (Photo JGJ)
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No End in Sight for Indigenous Bloodletting – MMIWG in Death Throes

It’s hard to find a reason to be optimistic regarding the plight of Indigenous people in the City of Winnipeg. The violence rages unabated with […]

“Not One in a 20 Trillion Chance She’s Alive” – Police on Missing Woman
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“Not One in a 20 Trillion Chance She’s Alive” – Police on Missing Woman

The Winnipeg Police Service held a press conference today announcing the arrest of a suspect charged with the killing of an Oxford House First Nations woman […]

Leslie Spillett
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Keeping the Conversation Surreal – Spillett, Bennett Distort Reality

It was the first true test of leadership for newly anointed Winnipeg Police Chief Danny Smyth. On November 29, 2016, the Winnipeg Police Service Public […]

“Politicized Butchery”- The Indigenous Experience in Manitoba
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“Politicized Butchery”- The Indigenous Experience in Manitoba

“Politicized butchery,” or an issue all Manitobans should be concerned about? That’s the question. I recently read an article published in the Winnipeg Free Press titled, “Aunt of […]