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Ed Sangris, chief of the Dettah Dene First Nation, was surprised to read news reports based on the recovery of the remains of his cousin, James Sangris, who drowned on Great Slave Lake last week.

Subscribers can click on the thumbnail below to read Blair McBride’s full story setting the record straight on what exactly happened near Wool Bay.

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Craig Gilbert

Craig is an award-winning journalist who has worked in his home province of Ontario, the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta and the Northwest Territories again. He should be at least six...

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  1. Basically this says u do not care about our native people. Or how to look for them. You wait for sad stories or they are lost or no priority of any kind. You must be from the south or a race that don’t care to take care of our people from the north. Why are you here..?