Daybreak North | Dec 4, 2012 | 6:00

Shoes of women killed by violence on display in Prince George.

From soccer cleats to slippers... 85 pairs of shoes are on display throughout Prince George. They represent the 850 women in BC that have died due to violence. Daybreak's Marissa Harvey spoke with some people who have been personally touched by violence at the University of Northern BC, where one of the displays is located.

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