Wednesday, August 10, 2016
MMIW Archive page 2016-17
Last week on the blog we highlighted the launch of the Federal Government Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, a two year inquiry led by British Columbia Judge Marion Buller that will explore a range of areas related to the issue that has been a prominent part of the Canadian dialogue for a number of years now.
The panel members were introduced by Federal officials at the official launch held in Gatineau, Quebec last week, the work that will span the two years gets underway in September, with an interim report expected to be delivered by panel members by November of 2017.
As the process gets underway next month, we have created an archive page over on our Political Portal Darcy McGee, from that location we'll provide links and original items related to the ongoing inquiry, with a focus on any items out of the Northwest that may be included in those proceedings.
Our introductory piece on the inquiry launch can be found here.
Moving ahead to next month and for the following 23 months, the Archive page at Darcy McGee can be found here.
A fixed link to the project will also be listed on our right hand column, under the North Coast Extra Edition heading.