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22 cases added to CBC's missing and murdered indigenous women database - Aboriginal - CBC

10.12.15

22 cases added to CBC's missing and murdered indigenous women database - Aboriginal - CBC: More than 110 families have been interviewed by CBC News about the cases so far. About 70 per cent of family members expressed the desire for a national inquiry into the issue.

Dawn Harvard is president of the Native Women's Association of Canada. She says families of missing and murdered indigenous women have high expectations of a national inquiry.

"I know a lot of the families have an expectation that this inquiry will help with some of those unsolved cases that are ongoing."

Harvard says families also hope an inquiry will result in direct action to prevent further cases.


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