Indigenous Affairs

Inuk woman should be among commissioners to MMIW inquiry

‘Because it’s 2015’ now sounds empty.

A qulliq traditional oil lamp surrounded by candles representing lost Inuit women. In the background are members of the Pauktuutit board at the pre-inquiry consultation they held in Ottawa last February.
Photo courtesy of Fred Cattroll

By REBECCA KUDLOO

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016 12:00 AM

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