MMIWG families speak out about latest inquiry delay

Family members and advocates of missing or murdered Indigenous women are growing frustrated with the process of The National Inquiry.

Annette Francis
APTN National News
Family members and advocates of missing or murdered Indigenous women are growing frustrated with the process of The National Inquiry.

There’s concerns the families are getting left behind.

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2 thoughts on “MMIWG families speak out about latest inquiry delay

  1. we had a pre-inquiry here in Calgary, what a joke, had to tell Joan Bennet I was here for recommendations not my verbal communication skills.

  2. I truly belive the Government was trying to rush this inquiry. They got caught. Now they have to fix it. It is only making us stronger in what we need to continue doing for our loved ones.

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