The former counsel to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls says it happened to girls as young as 9.
Hundreds of people have said their posts about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls were removed on a day meant to honour them.
Evidence shows a link between the presence of resource extraction workers who live in temporary 'man camps' and violence against Indigenous women and girls.
The Organization of American States, which Canada is a part of, has asked Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland to form an expert panel to clarify the issue.
The long-anticipated government report says Canadians show ‘appalling apathy’ to the issue.
Sorrowful first week at the MMIW inquiry
Canada's inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women begins hearing from families