Latest revelations in Tina Fontaine case leave many believing ‘system failed’

There are more questions than answers as a result of the latest developments in the Tina Fontaine case.

APTN National News
There are more questions than answers as a result of the latest developments in the Tina Fontaine case.

Winnipeg police and the minister responsible for child and family services are saying little while the investigation continues.

But, as APTN’s Dennis Ward reports, some feel this is just another example of a system that is failing youth at risk.

 

4 thoughts on “Latest revelations in Tina Fontaine case leave many believing ‘system failed’

  1. What’s the world coming to when intoxicated 15 year old girls are not safe on the tranquil north end streets?

  2. more people need to stand up NOW. . .the system is a failure. . . we need to show proof of each of our experiences with MCFD and the new age residential school system known as VACFSS in vancouver.

  3. Yes the system failed. It fails constantly. It is merely a safety net, not the love and care of a parent. There is no substitute for family.

  4. Duh! They seen her the day she was reported missing. Down to the fact of the matter is they really don’t care when another Aboriginal youth goes missing or dies from murder accident or suicide. We need more historically educated people regarding the colonization, suppression and genocide of First Nations people in Canada. Not the history we know and were taught in school, but the TRUTH.
    How many generations have gone through the Canadian education systems since European contact? All these generations, people of European decent as well as the newcomers to this country NEED to be educated on what happened here! Enough is enough!

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