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"This is a location, a very important location, because it's part of the national tragedy of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls," she said.
"Here, we will listen to families and survivors of violence." RCMP have identified 18 victims linked to the Highway of Tears dating back to 1969, but the commission is casting a wider net by including testimony from people whose lost family members are not included in the official count.
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck) Andrew Kurjata is a radio producer and digital journalist in northern British Columbia, situated in the traditional territory of the Lheidli T'enneh in Prince George.
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That includes Vicki Hill, who was just six months old in 1978 when her mother, Mary Jane Hill, was found dead outside Prince Rupert.
Vicki Hill holds a photo of her late mother Mary Jane Hill while testifying during hearings at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, in Smithers, B. Her mother was found dead along Highway 16 near Prince Rupert in 1978 at the age of 31. She wasn't there for my son's grad, she won't be there when I get married." "She won't be there for any special occasion, period.
(THE CANADIAN PRESS) Hill was first to testify, speaking about her frustrations in trying to learn more about her mother's death and in dealing with the lack of cooperation she received from officials. And that's not fair." Hill also testified about her history with alcohol abuse.