More Than 100 Mourners Attend Winnipeg Vigil For Mavis Ducharme

RED POWER MEDIA

By Red Power Media, Staff, Updated Feb 13/2016

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Mavis Ducharme, 39, died after a violent attack in Winnipeg last weekend. Tuesday night, more than 100 people gathered at a vigil to honor and mourn Mavis.

Mourners stood along a sidewalk on the street of Stella Ave while supporters crowded around members of Ducharme’s family as drummers from the indigenous community sang traditional songs in honor of Mavis.

A memorial was set up by a tree, with some stuffed toys, including a collage of photographs and group of candles put in the snow by those in attendance.

Family, friends and members of the indigenous community gather on Stella Ave at a vigil for Mavis Ducharme, some lit candles at a memorial in her honor. (Photo: Red Power Media) Family, friends and members of the indigenous community gather on Stella Ave at a vigil for Mavis Ducharme, some lit candles at a memorial in her honor. (Photo: Red Power Media)

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