Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR02 - (MMIW-Inquiry)

WINNIPEG. x-14s. The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has started four days of hearings in Winnipeg. The inquiry heard first from relatives of Nicole Daniels, who was found dead from hypothermia behind an auto body shop in 2009. Her family believes the 16-year-old was murdered, and say they saw bruises on her arms and legs when she was in her casket. The girl's cousin, Isabel Daniels, says the case shows that society must change.

("...lives don't matter.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: The family says Nicole had gone out the night before with an older man she had met on a chat line but police never arrested anyone and ruled out foul play.

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PR01 - (MMIW-Inquiry)

WINNIPEG. x-11s. Family members of a 16-year-old Indigenous girl who was found frozen to death behind an auto body shop in Winnipeg say they do not want her death to be in vain. …

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