Women and supporters participated in White Ribbon Day to commemorate the Montreal Massacre in 1989 and call for an end to violence against women.

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Friends, family and supporters came out to bring attention to the missing and murdered women in the area.

  • Dec. 16, 2013 7:00 a.m.

Friends, family and supporters came out to bring attention to the missing and murdered women in the area.

The event saw flags made at workshops for each woman from the area known to be missing or murdered carried around downtown and then hung in Spirit Square.

The event on Dec. 6 was part of White Ribbon Day in Canada, held on the anniversary of the 1989 massacre of 14 women in Montreal.


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