The Indigenous Women Inquiry Edition

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Posted on November 3, 2017

Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading this week!

Federal Government To Blame For Slow Progress, Says Inquiry Into Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women ~ It took eight months to open offices, which often lacked proper telephone and internet connections | National Post

Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry Calls For Creation Of Police Task Force To Probe Cold Cases ~ Interim report also urges Ottawa to create a commemoration fund for victims of violence, and to expand its health support program for the 900 people that want to take part in the inquiry | Toronto Star

Canada’s Indigenous Women Inquiry Delayed By Red Tape ~ Officials from Canada’s national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women have said government red tape is slowing down the probe | BBC

Quelle Réconciliation? ~ De plus en plus de leaders et de militants autochtones se demandent s’il y a une réelle volonté politique au-delà des bonnes paroles de Justin Trudeau | L’Actualité

Aller Hors Des Sentiers Battus Pour Les Femmes Autochtones ~ Dès son décollage il y a tout juste 14 mois, il était évident que l’Enquête nationale sur les femmes et les filles autochtones disparues et assassinées n’aurait pas assez de deux ans pour faire le travail qu’on attendait d’elle. Elle demande donc plus de temps, mais aussi des gestes immédiats des gouvernements | Le Devoir

8 Dead In New York City Truck Attack; Mayor Calls It Act Of Terror | CBS News

Trump’s Response To NYC Attack In Sharp Contrast To Vegas Massacre Reaction | CBS News

Mairie De Montréal : Rien N’Est Acquis Pour Denis Coderre | Radio-Canada

Tech Executives Are Contrite About Election Meddling, But Make Few Promises on Capitol Hill | The New York Times

Anita Hill On Weinstein, Trump, And A Watershed Moment For Sexual-Harassment Accusations | The New Yorker

Why Media Obsession With Male Charisma Has To Stop ~ Men use their style to get ahead in politics – but women have to play by different rules | The Walrus

Online Hate Speech In Canada Is Up 600 Percent. What Can Be Done? ~ Countries across the world are grappling with online hate speech through legislation. Is Canada about to join them? | Macleans

Cosmic Rays Point To Mysterious Void In Great Pyramid Of Giza ~ Huge space is the first major inner structure found in the great Pyramid since the 19th century | CBC News

Instagram And WhatsApp Are Now Twice As Popular As All Of Snapchat | Business 2 Community

Trump Is Pushing Travellers North To Canada, Marriott CEO Says ~ Large groups, particularly for conferences, are changing reservations to friendlier cities such as Toronto| Vancouver Sun

Bitcoin Just Surged Past $7,000. Here’s Why | Fortune

Uber Rides Into Credit Card Market With No-Fee Card | CP24

George Springer, Astros Hold Off Dodgers To Win 1st-Ever World Series Title | Bleacher Report

North Korea Defector Says Information More Dangerous Than US Threats | CNN


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