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PM sidesteps calls to reboot inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women and girls - CBC News | Indigenous

14.7.17

PM sidesteps calls to reboot inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women and girls - CBC News | Indigenous: The prime minister says the national public inquiry always faced a "tremendously difficult task", adding his government will engage with the commission to respond to the concerns of families who are seeking justice.

He also says Canada has dealt "inadequately" for decades with the ongoing national tragedy.

Trudeau's government has earmarked $53.8 million for the two-year study launched last summer.

Chief commissioner Marion Buller has indicated more time and funding will be required but she cannot say when a formal request will be made to Ottawa.


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