The federal government announced Tuesday that it is granting the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls a six-month extension to complete its work.
“It seems to be sending the signal that you need to just finish this.”
The head of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls says “political expediency” is at the heart of Canada’s decision to deny the commission an extra two years to complete its work.
Alberta won’t call inquiry, and there will be no further review into two women wrongfully convicted of murder
Alberta’s Department of Justice says it will not call an inquiry into how two women, Connie Oakes and Wendy Scott were wrongfully convicted for the 2011 murder of Casey Armstrong in Medicine Hat, Alta.
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The monument is expected to be placed at the community’s powwow ground this summer.
Charges were dropped two years later in December 2017.
The 37-year-old was found frozen to death in her front yard following a party in the garage.