Missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry

What happens if the MMIWG inquiry misses its 2018 deadline?

The MMIWG inquiry will likely miss the November 2018 deadline for its final report, faced with the same challenges as similar investigations

MMIW: Families walk to inquiry hearing on the Highway of Tears

Families of missing and murdered Indigenous women take part in Tamara’s Walk along B.C.’s Highway of Tears ahead of the next set of hearings in Smithers, B.C.

It’s time to hit the reset button on Canada’s MMIWG inquiry

The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is losing the faith of those who need it the most

The people left behind by Trudeau’s promised nation-to-nation relationship

The feds’ talk around Bill S-3 reveals Indigenous women and children are being ignored in discussions on Indian status

From foster care to missing or murdered: Canada’s other tragic pipeline

How the foster-care system—which disproportionately affects Indigenous children—shows that Canada hasn’t learned from past policies

The MMIW inquiry begins in 2017. Victims’ families want answers.

As a federal inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls ramps up, families who’ve lost faith in police search for answers themselves

The Liberals’ relationship with Indigenous communities sours

Trudeau Report Card: How a new ‘nation-to-nation’ relationship with Indigenous communities quickly fell apart

How the MMIW inquiry could help long-suffering families

Indigenous advocates see family liaison units as a positive first step to help grieving families find answers—but want more to be done

For the Record: Indigenous leaders on the MMIW inquiry

From government officials to indigenous stakeholders — some responses to the MMIW inquiry

Canada’s MMIW inquiry begins with a glimmer of hope

Their fight no longer feels futile, say family members at the inquiry’s launch. ‘It’s a beautiful day and we must rejoice in life.’