Mr. Speaker, yesterday, the Walk 4 Justice concluded its cross-country journey to raise awareness of the hundreds of aboriginal mothers, aunties, daughters and sisters who are missing or have been murdered.
The government has failed to provide justice for the victims, healing for the families or an end to the violence.
If the government wants to be tough on crime, then it should call a public inquiry. If it wants to prevent violence against women, then it should call a public inquiry.
How many more aboriginal women need to die before the government takes this issue as the serious crisis that it is?