Missing and murdered indigenous women
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto is introducing two new bills focused on curbing the relentless violence against Native women in the U.S.
Canada's inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women begins hearing from families
A new grassroots organization wants to launch their own inquiry, while the national inquiry pleads for patience
An open letter criticizing the process around the inquiry has prompted calls for change at the long-awaited inquiry
The woman was a cousin of Tina Fontaine, whose 2014 murder sparked calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Scenes from Vancouver's 27th annual march for missing and murdered women
Chief Commissioner Marion Buller said the inquiry is still looking at how to compel evidence during the inquiry
A short piece now touring Canada lets you sit with a mom who lost her daughter.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pledged reconciliation, but some Indigenous people say there’s very little to show for such rhetoric going into Canada’s 150th anniversary.
The condemnation comes as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced Canada for treating Indigenous people with indifference and neglect.
He strangled two women to death but won't say where the body of one of them is located.