A mother whose son died in the United States three months ago under suspicious circumstances is looking for answers.
Geoffrey Wilson, a chiropractor from Calgary, died last May in St. Louis, Mo., while he was in town for a friend's wedding.
Virginia Wilson said on CBC Radio’s Calgary Eyeopener on Monday that she's frustrated with the lack of progress in her son’s case.
"My son died in the States, and we're Canadians — I don't think our case is a priority," she said.
"The Canadian embassy said they will try and help us but nothing. I've made all my phone calls every week. They never return my call."
Wilson said she has heard very little about the investigation — only that her son was found in the front seat of a car and that his death was sudden.
Detectives in St. Louis asked Wilson not to talk to the media, she said, but she's hoping going public will produce some answers.
The St. Louis Police Department told CBC News it still considers Wilson's death suspicious, and the investigation is ongoing.