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After Care Next Steps
Please note that the After Care deadline is March 15, 2019. If you testified and shared your Truth with the National Inquiry and your contact information has changed or you have not yet been contacted about After Care, please contact the National Inquiry at email@example.com or through the toll-free line at: 1-844-348-4119 and a member of the Outreach and Support Services Team will contact you.Thank you, Merci, Miigwetch and Nakurmiik
Rule 33 Deadline
The deadline for members of the public to submit documents to the National Inquiry is Friday, February 22, 2019. See more.
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Our Women and Girls
In response to calls for action from Indigenous families, communities and organizations, as well as non-governmental and international organizations, the Government of Canada launched an entirely independent National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in September 2016.
Composed of four Commissioners from across the country, the National Inquiry is a legal process independent from federal, provincial and territorial governments, crown corporations and Indigenous forms of government. The Commissioners’ mandate is to gather evidence, and to examine and report on the systemic causes of all forms of violence against Indigenous women and girls and 2SLGBTQQIA individuals in Canada by looking at patterns and underlying factors.
Shining a light on all the causes of violence, murders, and disappearances is a daunting task. But it is a necessary one. We are exposing hard truths about the devastating impacts of colonization, racism and sexism—aspects of Canadian society that many Canadians are reluctant to accept. Our goal is to offer effective recommendations that will enhance and ensure the safety of our women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA individuals.