MONTREAL - The family of a Canadian United Nations worker in Haiti confirmed her death on an Internet site Tuesday.
Marie-Dominique Bedard said the body of her daughter Alexandra Duguay was found around midnight.
Bedard wrote on a Facebook support page that it appears Duguay died when the earthquake struck last week.
Thirteen Canadians have been officially reported dead by the federal government.
Duguay was a communications officer working with the UN in Port-au-Prince.
A spokeswoman for the United Nations did not not confirm or deny the death when contacted in New York.