Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Cbc news is reporting :


On the  memory of Alberta Williams

Francis Williams wants the memorial to raise awareness and information about his sister's murder.




Here is the story : http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/i-just-want-it-to-be-there-forever-a-cross-in-memory-of-alberta-williams-1.4186551

Francis Williams hopes the cross he is erecting in honour of the memory of his murdered sister will encourage anyone with information about her death to come forward.
Alberta Williams' body was found in 1989 in a forest along B.C.'s Highway 16. The 24-year-old Indigenous woman went missing from Prince Rupert and her death remains unsolved.
 Indigenous leaders estimate that 50 girls and women have been murdered or have gone missing between Prince George and Prince Rupert since 1970.




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