On Manitoba reserve, father spends birthday searching for remains of daughter – The Globe and Mail
May. 25, 2015
John George Robinson spent his birthday tramping through the woods and climbing over boulders looking for whatever is left of his daughter, an 11-year-old girl with a contagious smile who was killed before she got the chance to dream, her mother said.
The search for the rest of Teresa Cassandra Robinson’s remains continued on the weekend in Garden Hill First Nation, 12 days after part of her body was found in a wooded area in this fly-in community in northern Manitoba, where patchwork prairies give way to islands and lakes. The girl, who was last seen the evening of May 5 leaving a birthday party near her home, was initially thought to have been mauled by an animal, but the RCMP are now investigating the death as a homicide. No arrests have been made.
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