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.
In Manitoba, phone: 1-866-818-3505.
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."
For all Indigenous Peoples in Manitoba, this document from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority - Indigenous Health, and Shared Health Manitoba lists additional supports.
Last updated: November, 2020.
Find listings of a wide range of crisis lines and supports for all people and ages.
The 20 branches of Winnipeg Public Library are located on Treaty No. 1 territory and the Homeland of the Métis Nation. The drinking water in Library buildings comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation in Treaty No. 3 territory.
OCTOBER 4 IS MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS HONOURING AND AWARENESS DAY
SUMMARY: Read the complete text of this Manitoba Act. The Act originated as a Private Member's Bill brought forward by Member of the Legislative Assembly, Nahanni Fontaine, a member of Sagkeeng First Nation. The Act came into force on June 2, 2017.
SOURCE: Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC)
SUMMARY: Information about the vigil organized by NWAC for 2021. The vigil will be virtual. This page also shares other ideas for communities to mark the day.
SOURCE: Justice Canada, Research and Statistics Division, July 2017
SUMMARY: A national high-level statistical summary that highlights the disproportionate rates of missing persons cases and homicide experienced by MMIWG.