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CBC journalist uses fiction to deal with stories of missing and murdered Aboriginal women

The stories of murdered aboriginal women is grabbing headlines across Canada and Anishnabe author Waubgeshig Rice knows the story well. He is a CBC journalist who has covered many stories of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada. He is currently penning a fictional book that reflects a story close to home. Waub Rice is on his way to Prince George to read at the Weaving Words Celebration, but he joined Daybreak first.


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