BETTY: The Helen Betty Osborne Story
Missing and murdered Indigenous women not a recent concern
Last updated 3/24/2016 at 11:43am
David Alexander Robertson
Illustrated by Scott B. Henderson
Highwater Press, Paper, 30 pages
Ever since Tina Fontaine's brutally murdered body was pulled from the Red River in Winnipeg, the cry for all the missing and murdered Indigenous women has become louder and louder. And it should. Finally, the Canadian government is paying serious attention to these thousands of families who have lost loved ones and friends.
One such story that got some attention back in the 1970s was the brutal murder of Helen Betty Osborne. Her tragic death gripped our nation...for a while.
A book was pu...