Investigation into Indigenous mother’s death will take time
WAYCOBAH, N.S.—THE Nova Scotia RCMP say they are looking for answers in the death of a 22-year-old woman on the We’koqma’q First Nation, but warn such investigations take time.
Cassidy Bernard was found dead Oct. 24 in a home, her infant twins unharmed nearby.
“These investigations are complex and can take a significant amount of time to examine the evidence and make a determination,” Sgt. Glenn Bonvie said.