Police in Saskatoon unveil new monument honouring missing and murdered women

Art piece will be built outside of Saskatoon Police Service headquarters.

The votes are in

This piece, created by Lionel Peyachew, will be built in front of Saskatoon Police headquarters. (Saskatoon Police Service)

The votes have been tallied and a new monument, honouring missing and murdered indigenous women, has been chosen.

People voted on several different options for the Saskatoon Police Service monument, ultimately settling on three finalists.

This piece was in the top three. (Saskatoon Police Service)
This large sculpture was one of three finalists. (Saskatoon Police Service)

On Wednesday afternoon police tweeted a photo of the winning piece.

The work, created by Lionel Peyachew, will be built in front of police headquarters.

This piece will be built directly in front of police headquarters. (Saskatoon Police Service)


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