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Missing and murdered indigenous women

“It was pretty much everywhere in the country that we heard about how poverty ... played a role in the violence.”
The secretary-general of the Organization of American States wants to create a panel to investigate.
An Ontario police watchdog said the force should re-do at least nine investigations.
The Indigenous sex worker died in 2011 and her body was found in a motel bathtub.
The safety of my community should be a priority for everyone — especially leaders at Toronto City Hall.
There have been at least 25 resignations and firings since the inquiry was launched in 2016.
Meanwhile, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is halfway into its two-year mandate and plagued by general inertia.
"You can chose to ignore the news, but when it's in your face... that's hard."
"Decolonizing doesn't hurt anybody. It's exactly what everybody needs to do."
"I definitely can remember being called a squaw and a man assuming that he had access to me, to my body, to my hair."