'Always hope': Remains of Cree woman sent home to Alberta decades after disappearance

'Always hope': Remains of Cree woman sent home to Alberta decades after disappearance

Shirley Ann Soosay, from Samson Cree Nation, Alta., is seen in an undated handout photo. Soosay's remains were buried in a California cemetery in 1980. On Friday, Soosay is expected to return home to her community about 43 years after she was last heard from. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Violet Soosay Shirley Ann Soosay, from Samson Cree Nation, Alta., is seen in an undated handout photo. Soosay's remains were buried in a California cemetery in 1980. On Friday, Soosay is expected to return home to her community about 43 years after she was last heard from. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Violet Soosay

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