On March 28, The Current hosted the fifth in a series of public forums on the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women at the Museum of History in Gatineau, Que., near Ottawa.  

Anna Maria Tremonti and panellists explored expectations and criticisms of the national inquiry at a live taping of The Current.

LISTEN to the episode special.

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SEE photos from the event. WATCH VIDEO highlights below.

Missed the livestream? Catch it here again.


"Why don't residential school survivors just get over it?" Senator Murray Sinclair's reply.


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Photos from the public forum in Ottawa