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Fort St. John ‘A Dangerous Place For Our Women,’

Fort St. John ‘a dangerous place for our women,’ indigenous activist says – “Life was good. I remember being so happy and it was perfect. It was the cherry on top,” said Ryan, a bubbly but no-nonsense woman with an easy laugh — much like her mother, she admitted — in the dining room of her home in Fort St. John, B.C.

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C.—Helen Knott remembers only that she was in an overcrowded apartment, not far from home, with another young woman and about eight men, all transient workers from outside the community. “My body, my choices, my rights, my voice, taken that night,” Knott, a social worker, activist and poet wrote in a personal essay…

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