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No Stone Unturned Concert for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

I've been going to the No Stone Unturned Concert for quite some time and I've interviewed Bernadette Smith many times now.

For those who don't know, Smith has been involved with the issue of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women for quite some time helping to found Drag the Red, the No Stone Unturned Concert and winning the Order of Manitoba.

And I know from past interviews that the recognition and honours does nothing to dull the pain she feels for her missing sister, Claudette Osborne, who disappeared in 2008.

Smith is still looking for answers about her sister's disappearance so if anyone has information then get in touch with her.

From past years, I also know that Hector Menow and his family originally organized the free concert at the Forks continuing to do so this day.

He is also a performer who donates his time.

And speaking of performers who donate their time, Errol Ranville of C-Weed was there to perform.

"Leave No Stone Unturned," said Ranville, "that's the only way to do an investigation."

Ranville is nominated for a Native American Music Award this year. In the past, he's been nominated for awards in Juno and Country Music Awards. He's won at the Manitoba Country Music Awards.

Like all the performers, C-Weed donated their performance. The evening is capped off with a candlelight vigil for missing and murdered Indigenous women.

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