Dead Regina teen's family still seeking answers 4 months after his death
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Haven Dubois' family and friends honoured the Regina teen, who was found dead in a creek four months ago, by walking and releasing balloons Sunday afternoon in the area where his body was discovered on May 20.
Dubois' body was pulled from a creek in east Regina. At the time, Regina police determined that foul play was not a factor in the youth's death.
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Four months to the day of her son's death, Richelle Dubois wanted to honour her late son.
Earlier, she told CBC that the time since her son's death has been the most horrible four months of her life, and that there's no normal for her now.
Dubois' mother still has questions about how her son died.
She and her family are waiting on a coroner's report on Haven's death. They were told the report would take between four and six months to complete.
Dubois says she will only accept her son's death as a tragic accident if the report confirms it. Until then, she still considers his death suspicious.
She hopes someone can shed more light on what her son was doing before he died.
Sunday's walk started at noon at F.W. Johnson Collegiate, and proceeded down Fines Drive. Haven's family released balloons at the creek where his body was found.