There nothing to say but a world gone mad we hope the families can find some measure of peace
Margaret Blackbird, Naomi Desjarlais, Danita Bigeagle, and Janine Wesaquate are just a few of the 33 names of women who either went missing or were murdered in Saskatchewan and whose cases may never be solved.
Among these names is Melanie Dawn Geddes. The 24-year-old mother of three disappeared walking about four blocks to her home in north central Regina, in the early morning hours of Aug. 13, 2005. Four months later, her remains were found north of the city in a field. In the time between Melanie’s disappearance and the discovery of her remains her mother, Valerie Smokeyday said the days all blended together.
This is a picture of Amber Redman attending a powwow, one of her favourite past times. (Dana McNabb Benjoe, Facebook)
“It was very blurry,” Smokeyday said. “Some of it I remember and some of it I don’t because…
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