Daybreak North | May 3, 2013 | 3:34

Prince Rupert family still seeking answers to death of Justin Brooks

The death of 21-year old Justin Brooks is still unsolved. But his family is joining with the families of other young aboriginals who have died on Prince Rupert's waterfront for a vigil Saturday. CBC's George Baker speaks with Brooks' mother Cheryl Ryan.

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