Morning North | May 2, 2013 | 7:31

Art show features paintings of missing women

Ilene Sova put together an exhibit of paintings featuring 18 women who have gone missing, including one from Northern Ontario. We reached Ilene to get more information about the exhibit "The Missing Women Project" which will open in Sudbury on May 5th.

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