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While no new cases have been added to the RCMP investigation sincethe use of forensic evidence has helped investigators to arrest and charge some of the perpetrators, and to keep these cold cases open. Some families of lost loved ones have launched their own investigations with the assistance of those in their community.
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This scandal only adds to the concerns of activists and Indigenous groups that the Highway of Tears is seemingly irrelevant to certain high-ranking officials.
The families of missing and murdered women have been at the forefront in raising public awareness for their lost loved ones.
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Article published June 06, ; last modified October 23, Article by Don Sabo. The Highway of Tears refers to a km length of Yellowhead Highway 16 in British Columbia where many women mostly Indigenous have disappeared or been found murdered.