United Nations finds Canada to be failing in its response to Aboriginal women

The growing cases of missing Aboriginal women across the nation has come to the attention of the United Nations, the International body in a wide ranging document, has issued a call for the federal government to set up an inquiry that will look into reasons why law enforcement agencies did not properly investigate the many cases that have produced concern at the UN.

One of the highest in profiles of these cases is the Northern Highway of Tears that spans from Prince Rupert through Prince George, which has been the conduit of many disappearances and murders over the years.

So concerned is the UN about the case files that they have issued an ultimatum of sorts to the Federal Government, the UN committee wants the Canadian government “to provide, within one year, written information on the steps undertaken to implement the recommendation.”…

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