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stories scheer: Trending Stories Scheer defends Conservative Chinese Facebook ads saying Trudeau will legalize hard drugs Trudeau wears protective vest after security concern delays Liberal rally in Toronto Popular Videos Federal Election Trudeau wears protective vest, increased security at Mississauga rally Edmonton teen shot in north side robbery More from Global News Quebec inquiry investigating treatment of Indigenous people calls for apology Edmonton soldier charged with arson, attempted murder of her 3 childrenif data Layer data Layer.push event Cliff Cullen says he has requested the RCMP look at both the circumstances surrounding the death and an investigation into the case by Brandon city police.CBC reported this week 30-year-old Christine Mitchell overdosed in July on a mixture of heroin and other opioids, and that she had been staying at the home of Rod Sage for almost five years, according to Brandon Sun. Sage is Brandon's chief administrative officer and also a non-voting member of the Brandon police board. Global News File comments Leave a comment facebook Share this item whatsapp Share this item via Whats App twitter Share this item on Twitter email Send this page to someone via email more Share this item more Share this item Smaller font Descrease article font size-A Larger font Increase article font sizeA Share this item facebook Share this item via Whats App whatsapp Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item on Pinterest pinterest Share this item on Linked In linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Manitoba's justice minister has asked Mounties to review a fatal overdose of a woman who had been reportedly living at the home of a top official with the City of Brandon. Sage said he met Mitchell when she was struggling with addiction and mental health issues, and he offered her a place to stay. This is why we've asked the RCMP to review the circumstances around this situation, Cullen said Thursday. Story continues below advertisement var gn AdSettings gn AdSettings ads ; function gn 'sizes' 300,250 'biddable' true, 'id' gpt-ad-300250-10 'lazy' true, 'targeting' 'pos' 10 ; ; Brandon man charged with animal cruelty Cullen said he called in the RCMP because the case involves a city official and police board member. ( As reported in the news.