Brenda Wilson has made the halfway point of her cleansing the highway walk along the highway of tears from Prince Rupert to Prince George
She’s been avid in spreading her message about murdered and missing women along the highway, including the murder of her sister Ramona in Smithers over 20 years ago.
“We hope that we get answers and all the other unsolved murdered cases, hopefully, we’re also able to find the other loved ones that are missing,” explains Brenda about the government’s promises for an inquiry.
Promises have also been made provincially with “not enough effort on a coordinated transportation system along highway 16,” says Stikine MLA Doug Donaldson about the province slacking on the issue. He was at one of the forums Brenda’s been holding looking for stories and even tips.
“It’s not only my sister,” explains Brenda. “It’s many other sisters, aunties, mothers…that have murder cases that are missing and have no answers. so we need to have those answers.
The Ramona Lisa Wilson memorial walk will start tomorrow at Lake Kathlyn school at 1p.m., finishing at Bovill Square at 3p.m. for a music festival.