The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) has lost confidence in the federal government’s process…
MMIWG Inquiry Anniversary
The report goes into detail on the struggle families have with authorities over loved ones that have either been murdered or gone missing – and labels what Indigenous women have experienced since colonization as genocide.
The commissioners released 231 Calls for Justice from provincial, territorial and federal authorities.
The bus company stops serving eastern Canada on May 20
Montreal has a new tip line for cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous women and…
Non-Indigenous people have a role to play in the fight for justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people in this country.
More than a dozen family members and advocates shut down Cambie street in downtown Vancouver…
It took 15 years of advocacy to get cell coverage on Highway of Tears, and families say there is still much work to do
2006 report also outlined issues with police and transportation along the infamous highway.
Only available in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Newfoundland-Labrador so far.
Family, friends and searchers looked for the remains every weekend.
Nuxalk Nation and Stz’uminus First Nation members gather to hang red dresses and remember loved ones
Along so-called Vancouver Island Highway, two Nations come together to hang red dresses and remember lost loved ones.