Trudeau sidesteps calls to reboot MMIW inquiry amid calls for resignations


OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is giving no indication he will address the growing demand for change to the independent inquiry his government launched to examine the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

The two-year process — designed to examine systemic causes of prevalent violence — has been heavily scrutinized, especially this week, after one of five commissioners decided to call it quits. Some families are now calling for a complete reboot of the process….

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