The Ontario Coroner’s Office released Annie Pootoogook’s body Thursday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the first prime minister to ever attend the annual vigil on Parliament Hill for murdered and missing Indigenous women
Napachie is four years-old. She celebrated her birthday two days after her mother was found dead in the Rideau River.
Man who outed Ottawa police officer’s racist comments speaks out about chief’s response.
The Ottawa police sergeant who posted online comments dismissing the death of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook and denigrating Indigenous people is still on the job and it is unlikely he will be fired, according to Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau.
Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo said he felt despair when he heard of the racist comments posted by an Ottawa police officer in response to a newspaper story about the death of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook.
Ottawa police criticized over handling of case.
The Ottawa police’s Major Crime Unit is treating Pootoogook’s death as suspicious.
Ottawa police said Tuesday one of their members was under an investigation stemming from a Police Chief’s complaint over “racist” online comments