‘Our youth are crying out for help’ child advocate in Saskatchewan releases report

Larissa Burnouf
Saskatchewan’s child advocate spoke to 256 young Indigenous people over the course of a year to come up with a report released this week.

Corey O’soup said that young people in the province are “crying out for help” and that the government should listen to First Nation and leadership to help curb the problem.

O’soup launched an investigation after the deaths of six First Nations girls in northern Saskatchewan last year.

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