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Canada’s shame: The stories of hundreds of murdered and missing women

2016 NY Summit

As many as 4,000 Canadian indigenous women have been murdered or gone missing since 1980. Why do these tragic cases continue to be overlooked? A discussion at the 2016 Women in the World Summit featuring: Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Sister of Murdered or Missing Indigenous Woman and Indigenous Activist Lori (aka Lorimer) Shenher, Author, Speaker and Former Detective, Vancouver Police Michele Pineault, Mother of Murdered or Missing Indigenous Woman Hon. Carolyn Bennett, MD, Canadian Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Moderated by John Hockenberry, Host, The Takeaway