Commission on missing, murdered Indigenous women has become a fortress of bureaucratic incompetence

The commission cranks out sensitive-sounding, culturally appropriate news releases, but doesn't seem terribly interested in, or very good, at actually speaking to the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women, which is, after all, its main job.

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