Violence against Aboriginal women requires a creative solution, not an inquiry: Coates

MACDONALD LAURIER INSTITUTE – Critics of the Government of Canada have pushed hard for a federal inquiry into the shocking levels of violence against Aboriginal women, sparked by the recent murder of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine in Winnipeg. Superficially, the idea of an inquiry seems logical, particularly if such an investigation produced viable and sustainable solutions to an epidemic of violence directed at vulnerable women.

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