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Action on national inquiry’s calls for justice should be an election issue: NWAC

The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls held its closing ceremonies in Gatineau in June, at which its final report, including 231 calls for justice, was presented to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The inquiry's commissioners are pictured taking part in the hand-over ceremony. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

Claudette had a good sense of humour and lit up a room when she came in. She was also a very strong girl and she stood up for herself. When Claudette’s disappearance was reported, sometimes they didn’t even include her name in the headlines. Instead, her family read words like “sex trade,” “drug addicted,” and “Aboriginal.”

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