Yukon | In 1996, 15 year old Maranda Shelly Peter waved to her mother as she left to go to the movies with her boyfriend. But the next morning, Maranda hadn't returned home.

It would take some time, but the discovery of where Maranda really was would shake the territory. 

Resources on intergenerational or transgenerational trauma:

- Breaking the Chains of Generational Trauma by Elizabeth Dixon for Psychology Today

- How residential school trauma of previous generations continues to tear through Indigenous families by Marcy Cuttler for CBC News

- What is Intergenerational trauma—and how do you heal from it? by Colleen Seto for lovallove.ca

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