The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is officially over now and will present its final report to federal, provincial and territorial governments on Mon., June 3.
The four commissioners, appointed by the Trudeau government in August 2016, released an interim report in November 2018 and tried to extend their term for an additional two years.
Instead, they were given six more months.
The inquiry was created to investigate why so many Indigenous women and girls are victims of violence.
It was given a budget of $92 million.
Live June 3 at 9 am eastern | Closing ceremony and Q&A with four commissioners