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Joyce Arthur | On a chilly October day, people listened somberly as words were read out loud from a 102-page report by Jason Gratl, Independent Counsel to the Commissioner of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.
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Native Women’s Association of Canada | The resignation of Ms. Robyn Gervais from the position of Independent Counsel for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry confirms the failure of the inquiry process.
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Krystalline Kraus | The basics of colonization: To destroy a culture, you must destroy the children. You destroy the children by taking their mothers.
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Adam Bemma | jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma sits down with Monica van Schaik from Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
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Over 200 women blocked traffic and called for a 'new fair, just, and inclusive inquiry that centres the voices and experiences and leadership of women, particularly Indigenous women, in the DTES.' Photo: Courtesy of Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Harsha Walia | Grassroots groups support endangered women in the Downtown Eastside against a political system that cuts public programs while prioritizing corporate bailouts. These groups have abandoned the inquiry.
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Manuel Schulte | Legal scholar and lawyer Mary Eberts says a public inquiry such as the Missing Women Inquiry can play a vital role in uncovering deeper issues in society.
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The F Word | The F Word takes a closer look at the Missing Women's Commission of Inquiry, featuring an interview with Native Women's Association of Canada president Jeannette Corbiere Lavell.
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West Coast LEAF and EVA BC | Citing the government's failure to provide funding for counsel for community groups, we are withdrawing from this commission.
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Heather McMahon | Denying funding will, once again, prevent marginalized voices from being heard and avoid creating relationships with Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
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The 20th anniversary of this memorial march in Vancouver. Photo: Kim Elliot.
Krystalline Kraus | The national day of action for justice for murdered and missing Indigenous women made a public declaration on Feb. 14 that proclaimed their remembrance and love for those taken or killed.
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Helen Polychronakos | The Missing Women's Inquiry must address systemic racism, sexism, say critics, and include more groups who could make meaningful recommendations.
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Libby Davies | The address by the MP for Vancouver East to those gathered at the Community Engagement Forum for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry carefully lays out what needs to be achieved.