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Suspicious death of Indigenous woman raised in Nova Scotia legislature – Global News

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 201956 Views

The unsettling issues surrounding the long list of murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada were drawn into sharp focus Thursday at the Nova Scotia legislature.

Relatives of Cassidy Bernard, a 22-year-old mother of infant twins, delivered heartfelt statements to remind the province about the Mi’kmaq woman’s mysterious death in October, a crime that remains unsolved.

“Our lives are precious and our lives matter,” said Annie Bernard-Daisley, one of Bernard’s cousins. “For far too long, since colonization, our women have been hunted. When I say hunted, they have been murdered and gone missing without a trace.”

Bernard’s body was found by police in We’koqma’q First Nation on Oct. 24. Her twin girls, five-and-a-half months old, were found dehydrated in a crib next to their mother.

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