Walking for missing and murdered

They started in Norway House and plan to end their walk in Prince Rupert

A group calling itself Walk for all Missing and Murdered 2015 takes a break next to Highway 5 south of Blue River on Sunday.

A group calling itself Walk for all Missing and Murdered 2015 takes a break next to Highway 5 south of Blue River on Sunday.

A group calling itself Walk for all Missing and Murdered 2015 takes a break next to Highway 5 south of Blue River on Sunday.

Covering about 100 km per day, they started in Norway House and plan to end their walk in Prince Rupert at the end of the Highway of Tears.

This isn’t just a First Nations issue but affects everyone, said spokesperson Althea Guiboche, otherwise known as the Bannock Lady of Winnipeg for her work helping the homeless.

Pictured are (l-r) Brenda Osborne, Vince Kessic, Joseph Gauthier, Mema Abraham, Althea Guiboche, Ray Pambrun, and Mary Maytwashing. Not in the photo is Larry Osborne.