RCMP investigating death of 4 year old girl in Alberta

The R-C-M-P is investigating the death of a four-year-old girl in central Alberta.

APTN National News 
The R-C-M-P is investigating the death of a four-year-old girl in central Alberta.
According to police, the child was injured Sept. 18 while playing outside with other children in Maskwacis, formerly known as Hobbema.
Police say they stepped in because of the seriousness of her injuries. ‘She had severe enough injuries for us to get involved,’ said RCMP Sgt. Jose Valiquette. According to police, the children playing outside at the time were of similar age.
The girl, who is not being named, was sent to an Edmonton hospital for care where she died on Sept 27.
An autopsy was performed in Edmonton but the results have not been released yet. The police say it could be weeks before tests are complete and they have an idea of what took place.
Alberta Human Services confirms the child was under its care.

-with files from The Canadian Press

 


3 thoughts on “RCMP investigating death of 4 year old girl in Alberta

  1. another child dies in care when does it stop seem like foster care is the new age residential school

    1. white control to enforce genocide practices within their system…just another avenue to destroy FN families.

    2. Where does it say foster care anywhere in that article? It says the child was injured “in Maskwacis, formerly known as Hobbema.”

      From Wiki;

      “The community straddles the boundaries between the Ermineskin Cree Nation reserve, the Samson Cree Nation reserve and Ponoka County.”

      “Maskwacis is primarily a First Nation community that serves four reserves of Cree bands, tribes, or nations”

      “The community has attracted national media attention in Canada for its
      problems with crime and gangs. In attempt to cut down on crime, the
      Hobbema Cadet Corp was established with the goal of keeping children as
      young as eight years old off the streets.”

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