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"We need to make sure that money gets to the victims."
The Liberal government has earmarked two years and $53.8 million for the study.
The Liberal government has allocated $53.8 million for the two-year study.
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The group will wear red to represent missing and murdered indigenous women.
"I think the international community in general is looking to see Canada live up to the human rights principles and values that it espouses."
The indigenous affairs minister says the start of pre-inquiry consultations will be announced before the end of the month.
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