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Karina Wolfe's death brings 'array of emotions' for woman with missing relatives

 


For family members of missing people the days following the discovery of Karina Wolfe's remains bring complicated feelings.

"It's a very delicate, emotional time right now," Crystal LaPlante, director of justice for Saskatoon Tribal Council, said. "I am feeling very sad that the family is enduring what they have to do, with bringing Karina home."

At the same time, LaPlante is feeling optimistic. She is optimistic about the federal government calling a public inquiry into the deaths of murdered and missing indigenous women. She is feeling positive about the recent 10th anniversary of Women Walking Together (Iskwewuk E-wichiwitochik), a support network for the families of murdered and missing aboriginal women.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/karina-wolfe-s-death-brings-array-of-emotions-for-woman-with-missing-relatives-1.3348262

 

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