The government will mark the end of its work to shape the design and scope of the inquiry.
The commitments are considered one of the central themes of the government's first financial road map.
The federal government hopes to have the inquiry up and running by the summer but it must first decide what the inquiry's mandate should be.
"We are trying to find the balance between people who want us to get on with the inquiry but also the fact that we want to get it right.."
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"If this government wants to do this study, we will support it."
"It's a theme that ties into not just this case but the entire picture around missing and murdered indigenous women and girls: less than worthy victims, I can sadly say this is part of that bigger picture."
Ontario regional Chief Isadore Day says he doesn't want to wait any longer for the federal government to agree to call a public inquiry.
They say they are taking the legal route because Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government refuses to heed
The premiers and aboriginal leaders endorsed the idea of an inquiry when they met last year, but there is growing momentum