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Community invited to attend dedication to Tiffany Morrison Memorial on Tuesday


On behalf of the family of the late Tiffany Morrison, the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) is inviting community members to attend the official dedication of the Memorial to Tiffany tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 4pm.

Her remains were found in Ohiarí:ha/June 2010. She had gone missing four years earlier. She was 24 years old at that time.

The Memorial space is connected to the bike path near Clay Mountains, adjacent to the service road between Highways 138 and 132 in the St. Catherine direction. It will consist of two benches, a half-circle flowerbed, a memorial wall and a cross designed by Tiffany’s father and decorated by her niece.

The dedication is taking place on the same date as the Sisters in Spirit vigil being held across Canada to remember native women who have gone missing or have been murdered.

“We feel that Tiffany’s spirit is still here,” said Melanie Morrison. “We hope that people will stop here and remember my sister. This will help to bring comfort to our family and, hopefully, will also help to keep her case in people’s minds so that, one day, her killer will be brought to justice.”

The Memorial space was created by family, friends and volunteers, with community members, businesses and the MCK offering financial or other assistance.

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