Saskatchewan’s Ombudsman Mary McFadyen has decided to not to make recommendations to government nor to make her report public, after completing an investigation into the supports provided by the government to Charlene Klyne.
Klyne was one of the victims in the La Loche shooting. She was working at the Dene High School when she was shot and now has no sight in one eye while vision in the other is blurred. After she spoke out publicly because she didn’t think she was receiving the support she needed, the Ombudsman was asked to review her case.
McFadyen says she found that the Workers Compensation Board and the Ministry of Justice provided benefits and supports they are mandated to provide under legislation. The report has been provided to Charlene Klyne in addition to the heads of government agencies that were investigated.