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Murdered women remembered

Anne Davis of the Comox Valley Transition Society places shoes in front of the Comox Valley Art Galley. The shoes displayed Saturday had a note tucked inside with information about a woman murdered as a result of male violence against women. The display is in its sixth year. - Erin Haluschak
Anne Davis of the Comox Valley Transition Society places shoes in front of the Comox Valley Art Galley. The shoes displayed Saturday had a note tucked inside with information about a woman murdered as a result of male violence against women. The display is in its sixth year.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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