A national inquiry can’t solve the problem of missing, murdered aboriginal women – The Globe and Mail

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A national inquiry can’t solve the problem of missing, murdered aboriginal women – The Globe and Mail

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 2015278 Views

Jun. 25, 2015

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley wants a public inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women. So do all the other provincial premiers. So do the opposition parties in Ottawa. So, naturally, do all the national aboriginal organizations.

They are wrong.

The problem of murdered and missing aboriginal women is unquestionably serious. A public inquiry, however, would be the least effective remedy.

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