Dead Teacher’s Family Sues Manitoba School Division

WINNIPEG, MB – The family of a Manitoba teacher who died of heat stroke while at work in 2016 is suing.

40 year old Darcee Gosselin collapsed while supervising a field trip at Spruce Woods Provincial Park. The lawsuit accuses the St. James/Assiniboia School Division of not providing proper training or setting safety standards.

It’s believed Gooselin is the first teacher in this province to die while supervising a field trip.

Hal Anderson, MyToba News

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1 Comment

  • Bob says:

    Sad tragedy and my condolences to the family.

    Let’s hope that this does go to public court so that there is not a “secret” settlement that doesn’t publicly address the apparent lack of any safe work plan by the employer.

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