WINNIPEG- The First Nations advocacy group tasked with overseeing efforts to determine whether it’s possible to recover the remains of two women from a landfill expects to complete a feasibility study in the next two months. The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs says it is still in the process of securing funding from the federal government for the feasibility study, but once that’s done, it should be completed by March 31. The landfill search committee includes First Nations leaders, family members, Winnipeg police, RCMP, the City of Winnipeg and the province, as well as elders and forensic experts. The group came together last year after Winnipeg police said they would not search the Prairie Green landfill outside Winnipeg for the remains of Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran, citing the passage of
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