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Tina Fontaine was in Winnipeg for 6 weeks before her body was pulled from the Red River. In that time she visited family, friends, but also came in contact with police, paramedics, hospital staff and Child and Family Services. First Nations leaders say Tina was failed by the very system that was supposed to protect her.
A child's cry cut through a moment of silence as more than 1,000 people huddled in the cold in Winnipeg to quietly reflect on the life of Tina Fontaine, one day after a jury found the man accused of killing the Indigenous teen not guilty.
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