Manitoba woman faces manslaughter charge after man's death in alleged assault

ST. THERESA POINT, Man. -- A charge of manslaughter has been laid in the death of a man from northern Manitoba.

RCMP say the 28-year-old resident of St. Theresa Point suffered life-threatening injuries during an alleged assault with a weapon on Nov.

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