‘I wish my dad would come home!’

Driftpile Cree Nation held its annual Red Dress Day event May 5 at the monument by the church. The ceremony is held to remember missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and to give grieving families an opportunity to heal. Above, in front, by the monument is Martina Ghostkeeper. In back, left-right, are Chucky Giroux, Liz Giroux, Freida Isadore, Kedeth Isadore, and Avis Giroux.
Around 80 people attended and many told their stories.
“I wish my dad would come home,”Sasha Isadore, a little girl who lost her father.
Martina Ghostkeeper said that a case of her family member was solved and charges laid.

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