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Media advisory: Sister of Prince Rupert Mother who committed murder-suicide to speak at news conference

Summary: 
Inclusion BC will hold a news conference in Victoria on Monday, October 26 to talk about lessons learned from the tragic Prince Rupert murder-suicide of Angie and Robert Robinson

New Westminster, B.C., October 20, 2015 – Inclusion BC will hold a news conference in Victoria on Monday, October 26 to talk about lessons learned from the tragic Prince Rupert murder-suicide of Angie and Robert Robinson. Speakers will provide information about a proposed plan to help address recommendations from the BC Coroner’s Inquest into the murder-suicide. Michelle Watson, sister of Angie Robinson, will join two other families to tell their stories and Inclusion BC representatives will speak to recommendations, followed by time for questions.

Coroner's Inquest Verdicts and Recommendations:

When:  26 October 2016 at 9:00am
Participants include:     

  • Faith Bodnar, Executive Director, Inclusion BC
  • Michelle Watson, sister of Angie Robinson, Prince Rupert
  • Kim Heddon, parent of a daughter with autism, Castlegar
  • Cindy Richdale, Victoria parent of a daughter with special needs

Where:
Atrium at theVictoria Conference Centre
720 Douglas St, Victoria, BC V8W 3M7

Contact:              
Danielle Kelliher
604-777-9100 ext. 527
dkelliher@inclusionbc.org

THIS EVENT WILL BE FOR MEDIA ONLY.