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"Anger And Frustration"

If not an inquiry, then a roundtable on missing and murdered Aboriginal women. That is what First Nations leaders and provincial premiers are now asking for from the federal government. Matt Galloway spoke with Susan Dion, she is a professor of aboriginal education at York University, and with Krysta Williams. She is the advocacy and outreach coordinator with the Native Youth Sexual Health Network.
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