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Highway of Tears recommendations still not in place after six years

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A totem of a weeping mother in a village in northwest BC, not far from the "Highway of Tears" (Betsy Trumpener)

Six years ago, the Highway of Tears symposium gathered families of missing women with politicians and policy makers. They shared stories and put forward 33 recommendations to make northern highways safer. Don Sabo authored the report containing those recommendations. He says six years on, very little has been accomplished.

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