Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government is expected to formally announce an inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women tomorrow according to a report from the Canadian Press. The report suggest the government will appoint five commissioners to examine issues, including policing practices and the justice system. It’s believe the commissioners will have at least two years to conduct the inquiry. They will the power to compel witnesses to provide evidence. Prior to a formal announcement the government is expected to speak with representatives of family members to inform them of plans. The promise of an inquiry was made during last year’s federal election campaign.