Vigil for murdered aboriginal woman reignites discussion on missing and murdered aboriginal women

Photos by Cameron Perrier


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(Left photo) Lowa Eebe speaks to a crowd gathered at the vigil for Cindy Gladue in Calgary on April 2. Similar vigils and rallies have been held in other cities expressing outrage following the acquittal of the Gladue's alleged killer Bradley Barton.

(Right photo) Lowa Eebe speaks to the crowd gathered at Calgary's vigil for Cindy Gladue on April 2. Similar rallies were held nationwide that day to protest the acquittal of Bradley Barton, Gladue's alleged killer who pleaded not guilty. Alberta prosecutors have since applied for an appeal to Barton's acquittal on a first-degree murder charge.

Photo by Cameron Perrier