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'They're not just statistics. Our little girls are dying': FSIN vice-chief - Saskatoon - CBC News


'They're not just statistics. Our little girls are dying': FSIN vice-chief - Saskatoon - CBC News: "This is heartbreaking and shocking," said Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations vice-chief Kimberly Jonathan. "Our youth ought to be planning their future and celebrating their successes; instead, there's despair and hoplessness."

On Sunday, a 13-year-old girl from La Ronge, Sask. took her own life.

Earlier in October, three girls aged 12 to 14 from Stanley Mission, Sask. and La Ronge also took their own lives in the span of four days.

A week later, a 10-year-old girl in Deschambault Lake, Sask. took her own life.

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