Pressure builds as missing, murdered Indigenous women inquiry prepares public hearings – CBC

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 2017147 Views

Mar 17, 2017

Families begin testimony at the national inquiry starting in May

More details were released this week about how the national inquiry into Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls will proceed, but some family members say they still have many questions.

A second weekly newsletter was published on the inquiry’s website on Monday. It outlines the ways family members can share their experiences. That testimony will make up the first phase of the inquiry, with hearings set to begin in May.

The application form for organizations and groups seeking standing in the proceedings was also released this week. It asks those seeking standing to tick a box indicating which issue or issues the group will address.

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