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The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls will be in Thompson next week.


Michèle Audette, one of the Inquiry’s commissioners, explains they want to hear from families that want to share the story of their loved one, how the system responded to them when they made the 911 call or they say my daughter is missing, or there’s no news from my mom or talk about how their loved one was taken away, families of survivors who want to share their truth about the family violence they went through or institutional violence.  She adds it’s very broad and they’re very sensitive, they’re not forcing people to say yes you can or you will, it’s the people, it’s their moment, it’s their time and they’re making themselves available to honour their stories.

Audette says they are going to Thompson as there have been many requests for a northern hearing, and that Thompson was selected as the most accessible location for the greatest number of families.


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