Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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WINNIPEG. x-15s. The chief commissioner of a national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women says she and her colleagues intend to go ahead with community hearings that start next month despite calls from some groups for resignations and a reset. But Sandra Delaronde, co-chair of a group that represents relatives in Manitoba, says her group still wants the commissioners to resign so that the inquiry can start fresh.

("...people at the helm.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: In recent months, the commission has faced questions from concerned relatives who say they have lost faith in the inquiry because it is not giving families enough of a voice. One commissioner and a few staff members have already resigned. …

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