These are the unsolved stories of Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women – CBC

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These are the unsolved stories of Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 1, 2015454 Views

They include 17-year-old Fonessa Bruyere who asked her mother, “What would you do if I died?” shortly before her body was discovered in a field north of Winnipeg in 2007.

They include 15-year-old Tina Fontaine who is remembered by her family as “the perfect little girl.” Her body was found, wrapped in a bag, in Winnipeg’s Red River in 2014. They include Margaret Blackbird, a 21-year-old mother of two, who went missing from Loon Lake, Sask., in 1951. Her family still wonders if she is alive. Their cases — along with the 241 other women in this database — remain unsolved.

CBC News has confirmed these cases through an exhaustive process that included checks with police, families, community leaders and other organizations. More than 110 families participated in interviews, recounting stories about their loved ones. They also described their experiences with the police.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/missingandmurdered/

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