The annual Red Dress Campaign took place on Sunday afternoon at the junction of Hwy 97 and Hwy 16. Nearly 50 men, women, and children lined the junction of the two highways holding up red dresses that represent missing and murdered women and girls. The Red Dress Campaign is meant to raise awareness for missing and murdered women and girls and to help support those that have lost friends and loved ones.
Where are you getting your pot? POLL
A report this week says B.C. is selling less legal cannabis than every province except P.E.I. Where are you getting your pot from?
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