Missing and murdered indigenous women
The federal government could announce some of the details of a much-anticipated national public inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women. (Source: CBC)
Canada Research Chair in the Comparative Study of Indigenous Rights and Identity
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
"This public inquiry is a long overdue examination of the conditions—particularly acute in Canada's northern reserve communities—that lie behind the disproportionate numbers of missing and murdered aboriginal women, whose families are left without equitable access to justice. "
He checks regularly his email, ronald.niezen [at] mcgill.ca (English, French)
He can do interview in French, but will need advance notice for broadcast.