For the second year in a row, Unifor is proud to sponsor the No Stone Unturned concert in Winnipeg.
Claudette Osborne-Tyo was 21-years old when she disappeared from Winnipeg’s north end. Claudette’s family has been organizing the No Stone Unturned free concert for eleven years in honor of all of Manitoba’s Missing and Murdered. It features local musicians, free food, a candlelight vigil, and fireworks.
Unifor volunteers showed up to pitch for set up, distributing t-shirts, serving elders, and clean up.
“No Stone Unturned is an event that builds community bonds and celebrates the lives of those who were taken too soon,” said Joie Warnock, Unifor Western Regional Director. “It is very important to Unifor’s reconciliation efforts that we be as involved as possible at the grassroots level to support Indigenous communities and families.”
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