Tag: Tina Fontaine

EDITORIALS

Child & Family Services – A Pathway to Homicide?

I just read an opinion piece published on the CBC News Indigenous site penned by Pamela Palmater, called “Foster care system one of the paths […]

LOCAL NEWS TINA FONTAINE

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 […]

EDITORIALS

The Murder Merry-Go-Round – Two Time Killer’s Conviction Merits Nary a Whisper

There was a lot of stuff going on in the news cycle this past week. The Raymond Cormier trial took centre stage and chewed up […]

EDITORIALS

Debunking the False Narrative – An Uphill Climb

Police don’t give a shit when Indigenous women go missing or get murdered! That’s the essence of the false narrative perpetuated by Indigenous leaders, politicians and certain elements […]

TINA FONTAINE

Police Solve Fontaine Murder – Rabid Dogs, Exploitation & Revolving Doors

Police have arrested and charged a no-account habitual-criminal in connection with the high-profile killing of Winnipeg teenager Tina Fontaine (15). Fontaine’s body was pulled from the murky […]

TINA FONTAINE

Why Police Keep People in the Dark – “Hold-back” Vital in High-stakes Investigations

It was one of the hardest things I had to do as a supervisor working in the Winnipeg Police Service’s Homicide Unit. The need to […]

EDITORIALS LOCAL NEWS

MURDEROUS TREND CONTINUES – Indigenous Woman Killed in Thompson

It seems the sad trend is continuing in 2015. On January 31, 2015, at approximately 2:40 am, Thompson RCMP responded to a report of an injured female at […]

TINA FONTAINE

#MMIW Protestors – Time to Re-calibrate

I’ve followed the #rinelleharper assault case with great interest. That interest peaked yesterday when a Caroline Barghout tweet left me scratching my head. A “protest” organized […]