Omg WE DID IT
WE WALK 4 HOURS.
To honor, Sisters in Spirit Day
WE WALKED FROM WETASKIWIN TO MASKWACIS.
I’m PROUD OF MASKWACIS LEADERS THAT WALKED WITH US, chief Randy Littlechild, M. Josh Littlechild , Ryan Pun Lightning and former MLA for Wetaskwin – Maskwacis Bruce Hinkley and many more.
Great speeches by indigenous relations minister of Alberta, Rick Wilson , MMIW Advocate Debra Strongman, Montana Cree Nation Councillor Chase McDougall – Rabbit, Montana First Nation Councillor Reggie Rabbitt and Samson Cree Nation Councillor Katherine Swampy, Wetaskiwin Councillor Gabrielle Alexa Blatz-Morgan, Stephanie Harpe and Suzanne Notokwaw Isinwachi Life-Yeomans.
It was great to see support from Samson.Cree Nation Councillor Holly Johnson-Rattlesnake
Thank you to Maskwacis’s FIRST FEMALE POLICE CHIEF FOR TAKING THE TIME TO WALK WITH US! a new face that is committed to truth and reconciliation.
It was so great to see RCMP WALK THE ENTIRE LENGTH IN FULL UNIFORM AND BOOTS.
Check out the video. His feet must be sooooo sore. Bravo for taking the time to walk 4 hours for our community.
Pretty amazing day to walk and raise awareness of missing and murdered women, girls, and two spirits.
Hate to Hope once again partnered with the city of Wetaskiwin and Wetaskiwin District Heritage Museum Centre & Star Store.
This is the second year I co-rganized the walk. We are hoping to make it an annual pilgrimage.
Thank you to Karen Aberle for organizing the rally.
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