Your support needed to get Shaelene’s Missing Adult Alert in place, says B.C. mom

On Oct. 4, people across Canada took part in Sisters in Spirit vigils honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

That same day, the mother of a Chilliwack woman whose body was found more than four months after she went missing asked for the community’s help to bring awareness to a proposed missing adult alert.

Alina Durham, mother of Shaelene Keeler Bell, is urging people to write to Canada’s Governor General Mary Simon asking for a bill to be passed to help create Shaelene’s Missing Adult Alert in honour of her daughter.

Bell, a 23-year-old mother of Chilliwack, went missing on Jan. 30, 2021. Her body was found on June 2, 2021 in the Fraser River near Coquitlam.

Durham’s plea to get the adult alert in place also came the same week that 43-year-old Chilliwack woman Tammy White went missing.


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