Mystery clouds death of baby girl on Stoney First Nation Child dead, 14 others in hospital after Stoney First Nation 'illness' One of them, a two-year-old girl, remains in serious but stable condition ...
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RCMP confirmed on Thursday the baby was a girl. WATCH: Officials are still working to confirm what caused the death of a baby, and the hospitalization of 14 others, on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation. ...
Officials remained tight-lipped Thursday one day after a four-month old girl was found dead and 12 other people in the same household were discovered ill with "influenza-type symptoms" on the Stoney ...
But the cause of the baby’s death, and the source of the medical distress to others, was unknown. Paramedics were called to a house on the Morley reserve, a part of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation ...
The death of a child on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation on Wednesday is under investigation and health officials are working to determine the nature of the illness that killed the infant and sent 14 ...
A two-year-old girl remains in serious but stable condition, officials said. Fifteen people were in the house, at the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, about 55 km west of Calgary, at the time of the ...
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Police say EMS personnel pronounced the child dead in a home in Morley on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation ... Investigators look for answers in baby’s death on Alberta First Nation Data of 620,000 ...
Police and paramedics were called a day earlier to check on a child in medical distress on the Wesley First Nation, one of three reserves that make up the Stoney Nakoda First Nation ... immediately ...