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The brutal death of a five-year-old Manitoba girl, and the inquiry that followed, was supposed to lead to changes that could help save another child’s life.
Phoenix Sinclair was murdered by her mother and her boyfriend in 2005. She had just been returned to her mother after being in and out of Manitoba’s child welfare system from birth.
Earlier this year, the province apologized for the system’s failure to protect the young girl.
Thursday, they faced more criticism.
APTN’s Dennis Ward has the latest.