The head of the problem-plagued commission that is examining why so many Indigenous women have been murdered or gone missing in Canada says the inquiry’s work has been hampered by the rules of the federal bureaucracy.

But Marion Buller told a Senate committee on Wednesday night that, despite concerns about the slow pace of progress and the “daunting task” that lies ahead, the commission has been making progress. Read more

Missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry hampered by federal bureaucracy: chief commissioner