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Implement recommendations of Missing Women's Commision: Stewart Phillip

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Stewart Phillip, Grand Chief Union of BC Indian Chiefs in Prince George, B.C. (Photo Credit: CBC/Andrew Kurjata)

Still forsaken.  Seven months after the Missing Women's Commission filed its report, recommendations haven't been implemented.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Stewart Phillip, Grand Chief of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs.

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