Venue Set For Inquest Into Suspected Wolf Attack

Monday, September 17, 2007 at 15:45



The provincial government has selected a hotel in Prince Albert as the setting for a high-profile inquest next month.


The Prince Albert Inn will serve as the venue for the inquest into the death of Kenton Carnegie.


The 22-year-old man’s body was found near a mining camp at Points North in November of 2005.


So far, no official reason has been given for his death.


The case has drawn widespread attention because wolf tracks were found near his body, leading a local coroner to speculate he died from a wolf attack.