The Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association has voted to support calls for a national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women.
A vigil was held in Winnipeg over the weekend to raise awareness about a missing Indigenous woman and to keep her memory alive.
It’s a case that Winnipeg police say has shocked many on the force.
The commissioner of an inquiry into police actions around the investigation into serial killer Robert Pickton says a new, national inquiry would be a waste of time and resources.
Tina Fontaine’s family is shocked and angry that Winnipeg Police had the 15-year-old in their custody on August 8, a day before she disappeared.
There are more questions than answers as a result of the latest developments in the Tina Fontaine case.
Loretta Saunders was killed this past February and the preliminary hearing for the two accused of killing her has been unfolding in Halifax this week.
The family of a murdered 15 year-old girl on the God’s Lake First Nation say they aren’t getting any answers from the RCMP about her death.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says there is no need for a public inquiry into the nearly 1,200 Indigenous women who have been murdered or gone missing over the past 30 years.