Inquest Called Into Suspected Wolf Killing

Monday, September 11, 2006 at 14:48



Saskatchewan’s chief coroner says an inquest will take place into the death of an Ontario man in northern Saskatchewan.


Kenton Carnegie’s body was discovered near Points North on November 8th of last year.


The 22-year-old Ontario man was working for a geophysics company when he died suddenly in the bush.


A local coroner from the area publicly stated she thought wolves were to blame for the fatality.


However, the Saskatchewan government has yet to state it agrees with the finding.


Dr. Kent Stewart says a report will no longer be coming out — an inquest will take place instead.


No date has been set.