'We need to bring Ashley home': Walk marks anniversary of missing North Battleford woman
Krista Fox, right, consoles Carol Laverdiere who also has a missing daughter. (Saron Fanel/CTV Saskatoon)
"We’re not going to give up" is the message Ashley Morin’s family is sharing with the public.
On Friday, members of Morin’s family, the community and the Saskatoon Police Service joined together in a walk of support and awareness for the missing woman.
Morin was last seen July 10, 2018 in North Battleford.
Saskatchewan RCMP announced Wednesday they now consider her disappearance a homicide.
To mark the one year anniversary of Morin’s disappearance, the group is travelling from Saskatoon to North Battleford with hope that Morin will one day be found.
The family says the walk will be split up into three days, making stops in Bordon and Maymont along the way.
Family spokesperson Krista Fox says the family isn’t going to give up on the fight to find Morin.
"We need to bring Ashley home, whatever that may look like. We need to bring her home. I guess that’s the most important thing, we’re not going to give up. We have faith that we are going to bring her home. It’s just taking a lot longer than we expected," Fox said.
The walk began Friday morning in front of police headquarters on 25th Street.
The group is expected to arrive in North Battleford late Sunday.