‘Enough is enough’: Indigenous leaders speak out following death of Manitoba woman – CityNews Winnipeg

‘Enough is enough’: Indigenous leaders speak out following death of Manitoba woman – CityNews Winnipeg

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 202150 Views

HANNA, Alta. – The December death of an Indigenous woman in an Alberta hospital has the Southern Chiefs Organization (SCO) calling for change.

Lillian Vanasse, who is originally from Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation in Manitoba, was living in Hanna when she was admitted to the hospital on Christmas Day.

She had severe flu-like symptoms and shortness of breath.

The SCO says her husband reported that despite pleas for help and expressing the severity of her symptoms, Vanasse was not given proper treatment.

Read More: https://winnipeg.citynews.ca/2021/01/26/enough-is-enough-indigenous-leaders-speak-out-following-death-of-manitoba-woman/

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