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Unveiling of Monument for Murdered & Missing Indigenous Girls

Hundreds of people gathered in front of the Saskatoon Police station on the morning of Friday, May 5th to witness the unveiling of the monument honouring Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & Girls.

Tribal Chief Felix Thomas said, "The Saskatoon Tribal Council has been working with the Saskatoon Police Service, the City of Saskatoon and the province since 2015 to acknowledge the tremendous importance of focusing on our murdered & missing Indigenous women & girls. The monument exemplifies the serious impact even one Indigenous woman or girl has on our community, not just our First Nations, but everyone the city, the province, the country, this is a problem that affects us all."

People can see the monument in front of the Saskatoon Police station anytime. The statue has a spotlight on it that lights it up at night.