Posted By Haneen Al-Hassoun on Nov 5, 2019 | 0 comments

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has long been a topic often pushed aside and neglected by those in authority. In June, a final report based on an inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls was released and revealed 225 cases remain unsolved. Families and friends of victims are still waiting for change to happen and action to be taken, to ensure the safety of Indigenous women.

Juwairiya Kembo interviews Colleen Cardinal a Sixties Scoop survivor on the missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. [Photo © Maan Alhimdi]  
Every year on Oct.4 missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls are mourned and remembered at the Parliament hill. [Photo © Juwairiya Kembo]
It took 10 years for Colleen Cardinal to heal and be able to speak about her sister’s death. [Photo ©Nicole Cozzi]