A look at what needs to change: The National Inquiry into MMIWG and Thunder Bay

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There’s plenty to talk about when it comes to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

Such as how the inquiry has been going so far, the troubles with communication and if the Commission can be doing anything different.

Gladys Radek and Bernie Williams of British Columbia, co-founders of the Walk 4 Justice movement, share their perspectives.

And so does Tim Fontaine, a Winnipeg-based journalist and Kathleen Martens, a reporter at APTN.

Both have following the inquiry since operations began in September 2016.


The discussion won’t stop here, and it’s vital to keep the discussion going.

Also on the show, we discuss the recent incidents and tragedies in Thunder Bay among Indigenous youth.

Video journalist Willow Fiddler talks about the atmosphere in Thunder Bay after the most recent river rescue, and what she’s been following.

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