List of Missing and Murdered Women Continues to Grow

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Jorge Barrera
CBC News

The names of more than 100 women and girls have been added to the list of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls since Prime Minister Trudeau took office three years ago. TheĀ list was compiled by Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS), a grassroots group founded in January 2011. The list contains the names of 125 women and girls. Of those names, 78 were confirmed homicides. The group has compiled the list in an effort to bring people's attention to the fact that violence against Ingenous women continues to grow.

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