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Canada's Missing Women Inquiry Faces Renewed Community Boycott
David P. Ball
British Columbia's inquiry into missing and murdered women—many of them aboriginal—faced a new setback Tuesday, as Canada's largest human rights and Native groups renewed their boy...
Missing Women Commission Gets Two New Lawyers for Aboriginal Interests
Wally Oppal, head of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry in British Columbia, has appointed two new attorneys to address aboriginal issues in the ongoing inquiry into serial ki...
Tough Crime Bill Unfair to Aboriginals, Leaders Say
Canada has passed crime-toughening legislation that aboriginal leaders say will further increase the overrepresentation of indigenous in the country’s prisons...
Canadian Singer Grimes Honors Missing Aboriginal Women in NYC
Claire Boucher, the Canadian singer and artist known as Grimes , performs in New York City at the Mercury Lounge on March 23 and at Glasslands Gallery on the 24th...
Aboriginal Attorney and Group Withdraw from Pickton Inquiry
The last shreds of credibility of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry are in question and aboriginal interests are now barely represented after two significant withdrawals from...
AFN Justice Forum Day 1 to Focus on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
The hundreds of aboriginal women who have gone missing or been murdered top the agenda of a National Justice Forum opening today...
Wind River Student Responds to New York Times Article
A February 2 article published by the New York Times has drawn a response from a Native American student ...
Thousands Turn Out for Largest Women’s Memorial March to Date
First Nations and women's groups may have been shut out of the Missing Women's inquiry, but their voices were heard loud and strong on Valentine's Day in Vancouver...
In Bolivia, Many Indigenous Communities Turn to Vigilantism to Fight Crime
If a man kills another man in the harsh high plains of Jesús de Machaca or the lush lowlands of Beni, the people who catch him might not call the police...
RCMP Apologizes for Botched Pickton Investigation; Force Saw Inquiry Coming Back in 2000
A dozen years after the fact, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has apologized for the federal police’s role in botching the investigation against serial killer ...
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