Cambria Harris continues to advocate for her mother, whose remains may be in a Winnipeg landfill
No action on landfill search prompts rally.
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It’s been more than a year since a flood put a number of homes on the Long Plain First Nation under water. While the waters have long receded, going home doesn’t to appear to be as easy for more than a dozen families whose return date remains uncertain.
Mothers, grandmothers protesting at Long Plain First Nation say child and family services ignoring them
A group of mothers and grandmothers from the Long Plans First Nation in Southern Manitoba are upset with their local child and family services agency.
Long Plain chief says fixing tornado damage will cost millions, some might have to wait months to return
Hundreds of people have now returned to their homes, but more than 100 others might have to stay in hotels for weeks to come.
There was serious damage after the tornado ripped through last week, but the community is now picking up the pieces