Ernest Manning Student Raises Awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (Metro News)

Sep. 27, 2016


Jeremy Simes / For Metro
Aiyanna Leonard La Couvée (left) and her sister, Kaiya, are collecting 1,200 pairs of shoes to represent the number of missing and murdered indigenous women across Canada.


​Kaiya Leonard La Couvée, an Ernest Manning High School student, and her sister have launched the Footprints Project to raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. Read the metro story here:



Visit www.footprintsproject.ca to find out where you can drop off good-condition shoes to help the sisters reach their goal of 1,200 pairs of shoes.