Alicia Ross - Cultural Impact

Cultural Impact

The search for Alicia Ross and the subsequent events were widely reported throughout the Canadian media, and internationally as well. The untimely disappearance of a young woman about to enter a very exciting and productive period in her life shocked the nation, and Montreal's 940 News wrote about "the fear it evoked across the country."

Canadian singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards, on her 2008 album Asking for Flowers, wrote a song entitled "Alicia Ross", written from the perspective of the young woman in her last moments of life.

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