Police too slow, don’t communicate say families
MMIWG Inquiry Anniversary
June 3 marks the one-year anniversary of Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
The report goes into detail on the struggle families have with authorities over loved ones that have either been murdered or gone missing – and labels what Indigenous women have experienced since colonization as genocide.
The commissioners released 231 Calls for Justice from provincial, territorial and federal authorities.
‘Chelsea you are really missed we just want you to come home.’
Tamara (Norman) Benoit was a much-loved mother, sister, daughter and friend, say police
One claims she was a 13-year-old foster child
‘They want their children to know their roots’
Yukon has released the first comprehensive response to the national inquiry’s report into missing and…
Minister pledges $1.5B to fix ‘unacceptable gap’ in Indigenous infrastructure during pandemic recovery
Despite huge projected deficit, cash is coming for Liberal platform promises such as MMIWG, clean water, housing, health legislation, RCMP body cams and mercury treatment centres
National survey finds Indigenous women experiencing higher rates of violence during first months of pandemic
During the first month of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ketsia Houde-MacLellan, acting executive director of the…
‘We have no real answers’: Family of Melinda Lynxleg pleads for information surrounding her disappearance
The family of a First Nations woman who has been missing since the spring is…