By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- A search for the remains of two First Nations women at a Winnipeg-area landfill could take up to three years and cost $184 million, says a study examining whether a successful search is possible. The study, obtained by The Canadian Press, looked at the various scenarios and challenges that come with searching a landfill and concluded a canvass of the Prairie Green Landfill is feasible. It warns there are “considerable risks” due to exposure to toxic chemicals and asbestos. But it says forgoing a search could be more harmful for the families of Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran. “Not conducting the search could cause considerable distress to victim family members,” the report says. “The impact of not conducting a search and humanitarian recovery
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