“This is reconciliation in action.”
It’s frustrating no one was able to find her.
Corey O’Soup became Saskatchewan’s first Indigenous advocate when he took the job in 2016.
“I couldn’t believe that police services would come and escort her out of the hospital.”
“You’re talking about a youth who was identified as needing help already in Grade 1,”
Officers took four months to send for a toxicology report.
“This speaks to his integrity.”
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