Commissioner resigns from inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women – APTN

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July 11, 2017

OTTAWA _ The inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women says Marilyn Poitras has resigned as a commissioner.

The decision comes shortly after the departure of the commission’s executive director, Michele Moreau, who cited personal reasons in her resignation.

Poitras was named last summer to the highly-anticipated inquiry along with four others including chief commissioner Marion Buller.

She has worked as an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan since 2009.

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