The MMIWG inquiry created to examine the disproportionate level of violence faced by Indigenous women and girls will “investigate the investigations” of police agencies across the country, according to the inquiry’s Chief Commissioner Marion Buller.
MMIW inquiry in ‘communication’ with Ontario police watchdog over probe into 9 Thunder Bay MMIW cases
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More than 4,000 First Nation, Inuit and Metis elders are in Edmonton this week to collaborate, teach, and learn about issues including climate change, reconciliation and missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Critics of the inquiry have questioned the formality, citing the process as Eurocentric and too closely related to the judicial system.
Chief Commissioner Marion Buller said the report is almost completed, well in advance of the Nov. 1 deadline.
“We’ve done just about everything there is – private investigators, cadaver dogs, you name it, just to try and find her.”
The art piece is called “Disposable Red Woman”.
A coalition of Indigenous families wrote Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday demanding there be a “hard reset” of the MMIWG national inquiry.