Tag: Canada

The Death of Bella Marie Laboucan-McLean

EARLY LIFE: Bella Marie Laboucan-McLean grew up in Sturgeon Lake Cree First Nation, located approximately 250km north of Edmonton, Alberta. She had a large family, consisting of her parents, three older sisters and two younger brothers. Bella’s parents are teachers, who over the past three decades have worked to develop Cree curriculum for language revitalization, while

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Rockwood Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On August 28, 2005, a bicyclist cycling through a picnic area in Eramosa Township, Ontario discovered the concealed body of a deceased female. The area, which is a wooded rest stop, runs along Highway 7. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed on the body upon it being brought in for examination, where it was learnt

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The Disappearance of Claudette Osborne-Tyo

EARLY LIFE: Claudette Osborne-Tyo was born on May 15, 1987. A member of Norway House Cree Nation, she grew up in an area where everyone knew everyone, and where there was a sense those around her had her back. Growing up, Claudette was a tomboy, who loved being around both adults and children her own

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The Wells Gray Provincial Park Murders

DISAPPEARANCE: In August of 1982, three generations of a family went on a two week camping trip in British Columbia’s Wells Gray Provincial Park, in the Clearwater area. Those on the trip included 11-year-old Karen and 13-year-old Janet Johnson; their parents, Jackie and Bob Johnson; and their grandparents, George and Edith Bentley. The family were

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The Murder of Suzanne Miller

ABOUT: Suzanne Miller of London, Ontario was born in 1948. A dedicated mother of three, she and her common-law husband resided together in the apartment block of 26 Gammage Street, near the city’s army barracks. Suzanne was described as an introvert who loved to spend her free time cooking and sewing. In 1974, she was

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