Calls sounding for boycott and reset for MMIWG inquiry

Todd Lamirande
APTN National News

Criticisms of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls continues to pile up.

Especially in the wake of last week’s announcement that scheduled advisory meetings are postponed.

There are now calls to boycott, or reset the inquiry.

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Executive Producer / Ottawa

Todd Lamirande is Red River Metis. Todd first joined APTN in 2000 as a writer - researcher. He went on to be a videojournalist based in Vancouver. Todd has hosted three programs for APTN News and Current Affairs: the national news, Investigates and Nation to Nation.

3 thoughts on “Calls sounding for boycott and reset for MMIWG inquiry

  1. I completely agree. This inquiry doesn’t get it. This inquiry needs to be reconstituted. It should inclusive of all missing and murdered, not be excluding ANYONE.

    The number of families reporting Murdered and Missing boys and men have been crying at the door of the inquiry to have their loved one’s remembered.

    No-one’s answering their cries, they’ve been told to go away.

    How shameful!

  2. Whoever is reporting this did a very poor job. How about a bit more information instead of just a couple of lines. Where are all your facts? Get it right if you are going to make such an important statement.

    1. It’s because it’s a video clip and not a written piece. They are summarizing he vid clip.

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