The ancestral remains of an Indigenous woman and two children are set to be reburied…
Oakes, who is from Nekaneet First Nation, was set free by Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench on April 29, 2016, after having a second-degree murder charge stayed.
(( Wendy Scott in a Facebook photo posted in 2008. The Crown stayed a murder…
APTN National News After being in prison for two years and five months, Connie Oakes…
The first story on the Connie Oakes case.
A Court of Queen’s Bench judge in Medicine Hat, Alta., set Connie Oakes free after the Crown requested a stay of proceedings in her case.
Alberta Appeal Court orders new trial for Connie Oakes, cites ‘unsavory witness’ and ‘frailties in evidence’
Connie Oakes has said she was wrongfully convicted of murder
Alberta Appeals Court expected to rule Wednesday on Connie Oakes murder case
Connie Oakes and Wendy Scott are both being currently held at the Calgary remand centre.