Edmontonians remember Tina Fontaine at vigil

A group of people gather at Sir Winston Churchill Square in Edmonton, AB on August 21, 2014 for a...

A group of people gather at Sir Winston Churchill Square in Edmonton, AB on August 21, 2014 for a candle light vigil to remember missing and murdered Aboriginal women, most recently Tina Fontaine, 15, who was found wrapped in a bag and dumped in the Red River in Manitoba on Sunday. TREVOR ROBB/Edmonton Sun

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A group of Edmontonians gathered at Churchill Square for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of an aboriginal teen girl recently found murdered in Winnipeg. On Sunday, Tina Fontaine,15, was found wrapped up in a bag and dumped in the Red River in Winnipeg. She had been in the city for less than a month and had run away from her foster home. Her death has spurned feelings of sorrow in communities across the country and inspired Edmontonian Brianna Olson, 29, an inner-city social worker and Sister and Spirits volunteer, to co- organize Thursday night's vigil.

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