CNC held a vigil for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada

Dozens of students and Lheidli T’enneh members came to the event in the 12th year of recognizing those who lost loved ones
“The issue is, how did the community and the RCMP understand and try to do something about it, and that’s the sad part of it. They were ‘throw-away’ women. But, they were of value; they were grandmothers and mothers, and they were sisters and daughters.”
Darlene McIntosh, Lheidli T’enneh Elder
A potluck dinner …
… and a moment of silence were also part of the program.