Mother of missing Aboriginal woman: I can’t say my daughter was murdered

Claudette Osborne isn’t a household name. But maybe she should be.

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Claudette Osborne isn’t a household name.

But maybe she should be.

The 21-year-old went missing five years ago from Winnipeg’s north end.

Her family continues to search for answers.

“I only have hope. That’s all I have. I can’t say my daughter was murdered,” said Brenda Osborne

Osborne was in Ottawa Monday to tell a parliamentary committee her story and her daughter’s.

She wasn’t alone.

A dozen other family members of missing or murdered women told their stories as well.

The committee didn’t ask any questions.

But there is one that remains unanswered, why won’t the federal government call a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigneous women?

APTN’s Annette Francis has the story.

1 thought on “Mother of missing Aboriginal woman: I can’t say my daughter was murdered

  1. first law of the land aboriginal woman. corpus juris secundum de facto canada ,who would benefit in getting rid of our woman ?

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