Indigenous group talks about reporting system for people experiencing homelessness

A vigil with photos of Morgan Harris attached is shown as family and friends of three murdered women gather at a vigil in Winnipeg, Thursday, December 1, 2022. An Indigenous organization is spearheading efforts to develop a system that could make it easier to flag when a person experiencing homelessness is missing.
It comes after the slayings of four women last year in Winnipeg by an alleged serial killer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods A vigil with photos of Morgan Harris attached is shown as family and friends of three murdered women gather at a vigil in Winnipeg, Thursday, December 1, 2022. An Indigenous organization is spearheading efforts to develop a system that could make it easier to flag when a person experiencing homelessness is missing. It comes after the slayings of four women last year in Winnipeg by an alleged serial killer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

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