Over 100 people gathered at Joe Gallagher Park on Sunday morning to walk and remember Megan Gallagher.
Three years ago, Gallagher went missing and had last been seen on Sept. 20 on video surveillance at a convenience store on Diefenbaker Drive.
Last November, her remains were found in the South Saskatchewan River last November and now her death is being investigated as a murder.
With the anniversary of her disappearance happening on Wednesday, the family held a walk to remember their daughter and raise awareness for other families who’ve dealt with situations like this.
Her father Brian Gallagher spoke about what today’s walk meant for him and his family.
“It’s about raising awareness,” he said. “To me, there’s far too many families experiencing a reality that we are with a missing and murdered loved one. If we can raise awareness in anyway from (someone) going missing in the future then that’s what it means for me.”
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