Vigil Held In Memory Of Homeless Men

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People gather on the sidewalk on Carlton Street between Portage and Ellice avenues Sunday for a vigil for two homeless men killed on the weekend. People gather on the sidewalk on Carlton Street between Portage and Ellice avenues Sunday for a vigil for two homeless men killed on the weekend.

By: Ashley Prest | Winnipeg Free Press

Morley Hill heard drums downtown on Sunday night, so he walked toward the sound on Carlton Street.

Homeless for the past six months and staying wherever he can on Winnipeg’s downtown streets, Hill was in the neighbourhood.

A vigil, attended by about 30 people, was held on the sidewalk on Carlton between Portage and Ellice avenues. People sang, drummed, placed candles in the grate surrounding a tree and tied red and white silk flowers to the tree in memory of two vulnerable men who police said were “brutally killed” on downtown streets Saturday.

One man was found at the rear of 329 Hargrave St. and the other was found at the rear of 333 Portage — locations not far…

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