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New report sheds light on need for an inquiry into the missing and murdered aboriginal women crisis

 In light of a new international report about the missing and murdered aboriginal women in B.C., the mother of one murdered girl is calling again for a national inquiry into the matter.
Ramona Wilson’s body was found in Smithers more than 20 years ago and no one has ever been charged with her death.
Her mother, Matilda agrees with this new report by The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights that states there needs to be a national level action plan into the issue of the high number of missing and murdered aboriginal women.
“There should be a national inquiry because it is so important,” she says. “Look how many girls have gone missing in B.C. and along the highways and nothing has ever been done.”
Wilson says she will never give up on pushing for a national inquiry.
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