By Kelly Geraldine Malone The Canadian Press SASKATOON – A woman accused of faking her death and that of her son before crossing the border into the United States has pleaded not guilty to the charges she faces in Canada. “My plea is not guilty, your honour,” Dawn Walker, who appeared by phone, told Saskatoon provincial court on Thursday. Earlier this week, a lawyer for Walker indicated she intends to have a judge-alone trial and waived her right to a preliminary hearing. A judge also recently changed a ban allowing for Walker’s name to be published. Walker and her seven-year-old child were reported missing in July after her pickup truck was found near a river at a park south of Saskatoon. Some people feared Walker and the boy had drowned
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