AFN to vote on resignation call for MMIW inquiry commissioners after families unleash ‘righteous rage’

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  1. The persons hired to lead the commission are very knowledgable in their fields of expertise . This type of inquiry takes research, to know inquiry policy, to be sensitive , compassionate and yet have the knowledge to bring out very sensitive documents to light and time is crucial yet it can’t be rushed . Our people need to be patient and have more faith . To be impartial is necessary to have results required .

    1. So..how come the Quebec Inquiry can be put together in less time, schedule established and testimony set till end of September??
      Seems some know what they are doing.
      Patience please don’t patronize me. Too educated, too smart, and too strong to be treated with disrespect.

  2. The MMIW needs to collectively make the decision as to the protocol of these very sensitive hearings. The emotional , spiritual , and the mental well being
    of these survivors should be respected and that involves a meaningful relationship to develop with the those who have been honoured to be part of this.

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