SOURCE: Ka Ni Kanichihk (organization in Winnipeg)
SUMMARY: Contains downloadable instructions and templates to help families in organizing their efforts to find a loved one who has gone missing.
National, toll-free 24/7 crisis line for individuals who need support as a result of learning about and from the Inquiry, its reports and related information. Service is available in English, French, Cree, Anishinaabemowin(Ojbiway) and Inuktitut. Phone: 1-844-413-6649.
After-care supports: "Survivors, family members and those affected by the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls can access mental health counselling and community-based cultural support services." Visit Indigenous Services Canada. In Manitoba, phone: 1-866-818-3505.
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
SUMMARY: Information about the mandate, terms of reference, commissioners, timeline, funding and more. "The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is independent from the federal government. The inquiry will establish its own office and website."
SUMMARY: Information about 285 women (at August, 2016) from across the country. They focused on cases where authorities have said foul play was not involved. Choose "Explore the data" and use the filter boxes to select Manitoba.
SOURCE: researcher Maryann Pearce
SUMMARY: 2013. A PhD dissertation To conduct the research Pearce created a database with the names of 3329 missing or murdered women in Canada - 824 of whom could be identified as Indigenous. The list of names is included in this document.
SOURCE: British Columbia Government
SUMMARY: 2012. "The Missing Women Commission of Inquiry considered the police investigations into women reported missing from the Downtown Eastside as well as a decision to stay charges against Robert W. Pickton for the assault of a sex trade worker." Also known as "the Opal Report."
SUMMARY: An initiative of three grassroots organizations - No More Silence, Families of Sisters in Spirit and the Native Youth Sexual Health Network - to gather names of, and tributes to, missing and murdered Indigenous women, including Two-Spirit individuals.