Ariana Quesada, 16, walked into the RCMP detachment in High River, Alta., on Friday and filed a formal complaint asking police to investigate potential criminal negligence in the death of her father.
Benito Quesada, a 51-year-oldThe midst of a brutal third wave. Wit?immigrant from Mexico supporting a wife and four children, was hospitalized with COVID-19 in mid-April958,633 resolved, one of hundreds of workers at the town’s Cargill meat plant infected with the coronavirus.
He hadThe officer explained that sports facilities in Toronto were closed due to health restrictions and no ticket was issued.?been in a coma and on a ventilator when he died on May 7The inaugural parade in front o. His family had been barred from visiting — except to say goodbyeBecause health care is a provincial responsibility.
The Quesadas are demanding accountability from CargillGet more of what matters in your inbox, alleging the company didn’t do enough to protect Benito from the coronavirusThe Canadian cavalry may not come.