The Interim Report outlines what the National Inquiry has accomplished to date, acknowledges challenges, makes recommendations, and serves as a blueprint for moving the National Inquiry forward.
This document lays out the basic framework, vision, key considerations, project criteria and overall strategy guiding the research of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
This document outlines the National Inquiry’s broad scope of research. It sets out research clusters and themes that will allow the Inquiry to examine violence against Indigenous women and girls within the broader context of colonialism.
The National Inquiry is committed to a legal process that will be respectful of Indigenous legal principles and practices, while respecting the common law, Civil Code, and statutory requirements as may be applicable throughout the various legal jurisdictions.
The National Inquiry invites artists to submit their work. Art is an important medium for sharing knowledge and truth that can have a profound impact on others. It can be a permanent record that shares the truth about violence against Indigenous women, and provides awareness into the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.