Vigil for homicide victim calls attention to violence against Indigenous women – Winnipeg Free Press

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Vigil for homicide victim calls attention to violence against Indigenous women – Winnipeg Free Press

by ahnationtalk on May 26, 202231 Views

May. 26, 2022

There were tears and hugs as people circled around to offer condolences to the family of 25-year-old Doris Trout, who was killed in a homicide last week in Winnipeg’s Central Park neighbourhood.

About 40 people attended the vigil, right outside the building where Trout’s remains were found. The Cree woman from Gods Lake Narrows First Nation had been missing for more than a month when her body was discovered early last Thursday morning, in a common area of an apartment complex at the corner of Kennedy Street and Sargent Avenue.

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