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Eagle Feather News: NWAC welcomes launch of MMIW inqury, cites some concerns

4.8.16

Eagle Feather News: “We welcome the leadership shown by the Federal government today. After 11 years of NWAC listening to the families of the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada, we are pleased that we now have a government who is prepared to listen and act. We want to acknowledge the great responsibility that the Commissioners have undertaken and commit to support them as they start this work. We recognize that five people cannot represent the diversity of our country and NWAC will work with the National Inquiry to ensure that all voices that need to be heard will be heard," said Dawn Lavell-Harvard, NWAC President.


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