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"Finding Dawn" with Dawn's brother, Ernie Crey

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ABOUT DAWN: Dawn Crey was one of 60 women, a third of them Aboriginal, who have disappeared from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside over a 20 year period. Crey's remains were among those found on property of British Columbia serial killer Robert Pickton. However, not enough of Dawn's DNA was found to list her as one of the murder victims at the trial. A documentary was released in 2006 called "Finding Dawn". The film is by Métis filmmaker Christine Welsh looking into the fate of an estimated 500 Canadian Aboriginal women who have been murdered or have gone missing over the past 30 years. 
 
ABOUT ERNIE: Ernie Crey is a senior policy advisor to the Sto:lo Tribal Council. He is a member of the Cheam First Nation. And Ernie is co-author of the award winning book Stolen from Our Embrace. He lives in Chilliwack, B.C. 
 
Please watch FINDING DAWN by CHRISTINE WELSH, 2006: http://www.onf.ca/selections/films-influential-women/visionnez/finding_dawn

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