Winnipeggers walk North End corner in memory of Simone Sanderson
Dozens gather at Burrows Avenue, Main Street for vigil where 23-year-old indigenous woman killed
On Saturday, about 30 friends and family walked the North End corner where Simone Sanderson, 23, was murdered over two years ago.
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Her grandmother, Betty Ann Sanderson, organized the walk and vigil. She wants to let the public know how much she was loved.
"She was a very kind person, very generous and very forgiving," she said.
"She was a very strong girl, especially with her little boy she loved very much."
Betty Ann said the family is still seeking justice and is working with police to find out what happened to her granddaughter.
Family and friends also swapped stories and photos of Sanderson at the gathering.