“Everyone in our community, especially her family, friends, classmates and school staff, is reeling from the tragic death of this young girl,” said Chief James Cutfeet in a news released issued by the First Nation on Tuesday.
Four young people have died by suicide this month in the 49 First Nations that stretch across Ontario’s far north. The most recent involved a 21-year-old man from Deer Lake on the weekend. More than 500 people have died by suicide in the last 30 years in the area, which has a population of about 45,000 people.
The police document, which contains unproven allegations, also mentions insulin for the first time when discussing one of the alleged murder victims.
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The boy’s exact cause of death hasn’t been released.
After the pre-inquiry process, led by Indigenous and Northern Affairs, the department did not share family contact names with the commission owing to privacy rules.
The man accused of killing him, Adam Capay, has remained in jail, awaiting trial ever since. More than four years of that time was spent in solitary confinement. Capay’s legal team is arguing that amounts to cruel and unusual treatment and should result in a stay of the charges.
Statistics previously provided by the Immigration Department had revealed 2,464 were apprehended in 2016.