Commissioners say families still have faith in inquiry

The public may be losing confidence in the national inquiry but commissioners say the families aren’t.

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  1. Early 2017, I was contacted and interviewed over the phone by one of their lawyers assigned to collect information this was over a course of several weeks. I was told that the National Inquiry for MMIWG would be in touch with dates times and a place. To this date, I have never heard from anyone. It would have been appreciated if I could have received an explanation as to why our story was overlooked.

  2. Early 2017, I was contacted and interviewed over the phone by one of their lawyers assigned to collect information this was over a course of several weeks. I was told that the National Inquiry for MMIWG would be in touch with dates times and a place. To this date, I have never heard from anyone. It would have been appreciated if I could have received an explanation as to why our story was overlooked.

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