On today's National Day of Action for Colten Boushie, a rally was held on the CBC plaza in downtown Vancouver.
It's one of many initiatives taking place to honour the 22-year-old Indigenous man from Saskatchewan who was shot and killed on the farm property owned by Gerald Stanley.
Yesterday, Stanley was acquitted by a jury in the August 2016 shooting, causing grief and outrage across Canada.
A gofundmepage has been created to help the Boushie/Baptiste family and offer care to Colten's mother.
It's already raised $47,523 as of this writing, vastly surpassing its initial goal of $15,000.
Below, you can see images of the rally in Vancouver.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also tweeted messages of condolences to the Boushie family in the wake of the verdict.
That elicited the following response from Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, who represents the federal riding of Vancouver Granville.