70 walk for missing/murdered Indigenous women
To this day, no one’s sure what happened to Amber Alyssa Tuccaro.
A mother and a member of the Misikew Cree First Nation, she was last seen in Nisku in 2010, said April Eve Wiberg, who held a picture of her Sunday in Lions Park. Her remains turned up in that area two years later – she was the victim of what police suspect may be a serial killer.
Tuccaro is one of the thousands of Indigenous women who have gone missing or been murdered in Canada in recent years, said Wiberg, an advocate with the Stolen Sisters and Brothers Awareness Movement.
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