Serenity case: Mother of four-year-old who died in care denied victim of crime funds

  Edmonton Journal 

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The mother of a four-year-old girl whose death provoked outrage and promises to reform Alberta’s child welfare system says she’s been denied support from the province’s victims of crime fund. The 30-year-old mother of Serenity — a preschooler who died in 2014 after being in the care of government-approved relatives — said Monday that she […]

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