By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS Garbage disposal at a landfill outside Winnipeg was paused Thursday as calls to search the area for the remains of two Indigenous women believed to be the victims of an alleged serial killer intensified. Premier Heather Stefanson said the management of the Prairie Green landfill, a privately owned dump north of the city, has halted operations as the province and the city figure out what to do. “It’s very important that we take this pause and we get it right,” she said. “We need to assess the site. We need to do many different things over the course of the next little while. In the meantime, all we’re calling for right now is a pause.” Some of those next steps will include working with
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