A walk has been held to remember the missing and murdered Indigenous women in Smithers.
About 50 people took part in the Stolen Sisters March down Main Street this morning.
Matilda Wilson, whose daughter was murdered along the Highway of Tears, says its important to take part in walks like this one.
“There are still girls missing and there are still unsolved murders like my daughter Ramona, it will be 21 years in June and it has been longer for some mothers that have lost their children,” she says. “This also is to remind people that there is killer still out there.”
Wilson says she was overwhelmed with the turn out and says the support she gets means a lot