Bonnie Marie Joseph was a 32 year old from the Kuzche Reservation in British Columbia, Canada. She was a member of the First Nation community and had 5 children. On September 8th, 2007, Bonnie was seen hitchhiking, something she often did, from Vanderhoof, headed toward Prince George, for a court date she had the next day. She never reached her destination. She was never seen again.
Bonnie’s page at Justice for Native Women:
An article that mentions Bonnie Joseph in regards to Highway of Tears:
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Bonnie Joseph, please contact the RCMP at (250) 996-8269
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