The federal government has launched an online survey today to help design the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The survey will allow survivors, family members, loved ones of victims, front-line service providers and others to provide input into who should conduct the inquiry, its time frame, who should be heard as part of the inquiry process, and what issues should be considered. The government is also holding meetings across Canada with victims, as well as national Aboriginal, provincial, and territorial representatives to get more feedback about the scope of the inquiry. They begin tomorrow and include a stop here in Prince George on January 15th.
For the survey, click here: