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Highway of Tears

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  • Speakers at a series of forums looking into missing and murdered women in northern B.C. are calling for a special kind of Amber Alert to be used when aboriginal women disappear along the so-called Highway of Tears.

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  • At a forum in Terrace, B.C., on Tuesday, several speakers called for swifter action when a woman goes missing along Highway 16, also known as the Highway of Tears.

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  • Commissioner Wally Oppal held the first of seven sessions in northern B.C. on Monday to hear from northerners about women who have gone missing along Highway 16 between Prince Rupert and Prince George, a stretch dubbed the Highway of Tears.

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  • The stretch has become known as the Highway of Tears.

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  • Oppal will also hold a less formal study commission, travelling to northern B.C. to examine similar issues along the so-called Highway of Tears.

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  • Prince George, B.C. - Advocates for the 18 women missing and murdered throughout our region, many along the so-called Highway of Tears, are demanding the provincial and federal governments take action ...

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  • They include dozens of mostly aboriginal women who have disappeared over the years along a notorious northern B.C. highway - known as the Highway of Tears - that runs from B.C. to

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  • Although no arrests have yet been made in connection with the 18 girls and women who went missing or were murdered along B.C.'s so-called Highway of Tears, the 75-member E-Pana task force continues to search for answers, RCMP Staff Sgt.

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  • With each discovery of another dead woman found along the so-called Highway of Tears,

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  • Steve Wallace acknowledges it's an irrational fear, fuelled by the disappearance or murder of 18 women in northern B.C. on what's known as the Highway of Tears, because none of the abducted women was driving a vehicle.

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