By Chris Pimentel Writer The Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) inquirry has suffered another blow. Director of Community outreach, Waneek Horn-Miller has resigned citing a need to be with her family. Horn Miller brings the number of senior staff resignations to five plus Commissioner Marilyn Poitras from the $53.8 million inquiry. Beverly Jacobs, a former president of the Native Women’s Association of Canada, and one of the biggest contributors to helping families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women says the current National Inquiry is an embarrassment. “Right now the way this world is learning about all the missing and murdered indigenous women is embarrassing because of all the negative coverage the inquiry has been receiving. And I get upset and angry on how everything is going.” said Jacobs….
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