National inquiry into murdered Indigenous women calls their deaths a genocide
A massive final report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has been released -- calling on police services to do a better job dealing with human trafficking.
The inquiry has called their deaths tantamount to genocide.
The inquiry's chief commissioner relied on what she described as ``important truths'' from survivors who took part in months of testimony.
The report was released in Gatineau, Quebec with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau there to receive it.
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says the federal government will now have to focus on eliminating racism and sexism in policing and other institutions, as well as accelerating progress on child-welfare reforms.
A growing number of MPs are lending their support to Canadian vets in their quest for justice. Is there such a thing as too much of a buffer zone between you and your parents? Should it be acceptable for politicians use VERY colourful language? And later, parents brawl at a little league baseball game.
Yesterday, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer released his climate plan. Critics say the plan is 'nonsense', just like Prime Minister Trudeau's climate pledge. Do derelict Canadian military vehicles -- in public spaces -- serve as public art that honor our vets? Some say it glorifies war.
Auto safety group polled drivers about what distractions they would be OK with in a 'self-driving' car
Steph talks to Russ Rader Senior vice president for communications with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety