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One of the commissioners for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indeigenous Women and Girls has resigned. Poitras’ decision comes quickly after Michele Moreau, the inquiries executive director, also resigned her post.

 

The announcement came this morning from Ottawa that Marilyn Poitras had tendered her resignation, saying that she is unable to do her job with the currently level of scrutiny. Poitras is the fifth high ranking member of the inquiry to resign in the past month.

 

Poitras was selected for the position last summer along with three others, including chief commissioner Marion Buller.

 

The Federal government has set aside almost $60,000,000.00 and two years for the inquiry, though Buller says more time and money will be required.

 

MKO Grand Chief Sheila North Wilson called for the resignation of Buller one week ago in an interview with CBC, saying that the inquiry needs a reboot

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