With Council’s support, a project that is unique to this city will kick off next month. On October 2nd, a local group will be holding a Red Dress event to honour the murdered and missing women from this region. It will start on the edge of the city with individuals holding an empty red dress. The gathering will then head to Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park for a candlelight vigil, where dresses will be hung from the trees in the park. For the family members of victims, the events serves to keep those women’s memories front and centre.