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Fort Chip community honours Amber Tuccaro’s life

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Amber Tuccaro was last seen on August 18, 2010 in Nisku, just outside of Edmonton. Her murder remains unsolved. (Vivian Tuccaro) Amber Tuccaro was last seen on August 18, 2010 in Nisku, just outside of Edmonton. Her murder remains unsolved. (Vivian Tuccaro)

Mother hopes memorial round dance raises awareness in unsolved murder of First Nations woman

By Tiar Wilson, CBC News Jan 17, 2015

Making people laugh. It was what Amber Alyssa Tuccaro was known for.

“You could just tell it was right from the heart,” said her mother Vivian Tuccaro who can’t help but chuckle at the memory. “And she would just hit her leg. It was real. It got others laughing too.”

It’s these kind of stories that will be shared at the second annual Amber Alyssa Tuccaro Memorial Round Dance, taking place Saturday in the community of Fort Chipewyan in northern Alberta.

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