By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- The Manitoba government will be joining an Indigenous-led committee tasked with determining whether it’s possible to recover the remains of two First Nations women believed to be in a landfill outside of Winnipeg. The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is leading the group, which also includes outside experts and Winnipeg police. The committee is to put together a feasibility study that will include a search and budget plan that will then be presented to different levels of government. The federal government says it will fund the study and it would like a discussion about what resources are needed from various levels of government. Police believe the remains of Morgan Harris and Marcedes Myran were sent to the Prairie Green landfill in the spring, but
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