ESS: Vigil on Parliament Hill calls for action and accountability in cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
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Bridget Tolley is an Algonquin grandmother and founder of Families of Sisters in Silence. She helped organize a vigil on Parliament Hill bringing together families and supporters from across Indigenous groups as well as politicians and policy makers, demanding accountability and action in cases of MMIWG.
She joins Graham Richardson to outline why and tell her family's story.
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