By Dave Baxter Local Journalism Initiative Reporter When Cambria Harris was told that no one was going to search for the remains of her murdered mother, she had no plans to take that news sitting down. “I was so angry, but it lit a fire in me because I knew I wasn’t going to accept it and the Indigenous community wasn’t going to accept it,” Harris said. “I knew right then and there I had to make my voice heard, and I am not stopping. “I will never stop.” Harris believes the pressure that she and others have put on and kept on in the past few weeks is the only reason there is still hope that one day her mother’s remains might be brought home, and
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