Advocates fear the apparent suicides were investigated hastily, and that some key details point to foul play.
“This thing is a mess. It’s a complete mess.”
The case of a Cree woman has sparked outcry over prejudice and racism in Canadian courts
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
Three homicides in Whitehorse has reopened old wounds as a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women is set to begin
The woman was a cousin of Tina Fontaine, whose 2014 murder sparked calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Tina Fontaine's 2014 murder sparked calls for an inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women. The murder of her cousin this week is further evidence of the Canada-wide problem.
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.
The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous men is now in the spotlight, but Cree researcher Robert Innes warns against giving a platform to organizations that blame feminism.