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Personal reflections on missing and murdered indigenous women – CBC

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They are stories that are shocking, maddening, and often devastating.

Right now, there are 33 cases of unsolved missing and murdered indigenous women in Saskatchewan. The RCMP believes there are 1,200 cases across the country. Many of them are also unsolved.

One of the earliest cases of a woman from this province who is still missing is a woman named Margaret Blackbird, who disappeared in 1951. Her son, Billy Blackbird, still has no idea what happened to her.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/personal-reflections-on-missing-and-murdered-indigenous-women-1.3011327

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