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RCMP apologize: Questions remain more than 50 years after Yukon woman's death

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Tootsie Jimmy-Charlie, a 26-year-old Kaska member of the Liard First Nation and a mother of four, went missing in 1967. Her body was discovered at a dump in Whitehorse, Yukon. Yukon RCMP apologized to friends and relatives on Friday for failing to properly investigate her death.
4 months ago·Surrey, Canada

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RCMP apologize: Questions remain more than 50 years after Yukon woman's death

Family members are still searching for answers after the RCMP apologized for not properly investigating an Indigenous woman's death more than five decades ago.

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RCMP apologize: Questions remain more than 50 years after Yukon woman's death

Family members are still searching for answers after the RCMP apologized for not properly investigating an Indigenous woman’s death more than five decades ago. Tootsie Jimmy-Charlie, a 26-year-old Kaska member of the Liard First Nation and a mother of four, went missing in 1967. Several weeks after loved ones expected her to return home from […]

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RCMP apologize: Questions remain more than 50 years after Yukon woman's death

Family members are still searching for answers after the RCMP apologized for not properly investigating an Indigenous woman's death more than five decades ago.

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RCMP apologize: Questions remain more than 50 years after Yukon woman's death

Family members are still searching for answers after the RCMP apologized for not properly investigating an Indigenous woman's death more than five decades ago.

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