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Audrey Auger faces her own demons as she walks down the Highway of Tears

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Audrey Auger, left, is putting the pieces back together after six years of wondering what happened to her daughter Aeglah (not pictured)

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Prince George mother Audrey Auger lost her daughter Aelagh in 2006, along the so-called Highway of Tears. For years, following her daughters death, Audrey lived on the streets. Buried in pain, she made herself disappear. But recenty... she says, she woke up. Audrey shares how she came back from the brink. She speaks with CBC's Robert Doane.
















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