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09/15/2007 3:50 AM
The arrests Saturday of a man and a woman in connection with the death of a little girl on the Fisher River First Nation were announced in a routine police bulletin, but the result was explosive. It turned the already-stressed Child and Family Services system in Manitoba upside down and raised the question of whether the government's much-touted process to give control over the child welfare to aboriginal communities had just gone horribly wrong.
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