The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is losing two more staffers.
The inquiry posted a note on its website Saturday to say Susan Vella, the commission’s lead lawyer, has left “effectively immediately.”
The inquiry will also lose Aimeé Craft, the director of research, who will return to her job at the University of Ottawa on November 1.
The inquiry has already lost several key employees since it launched.
More to come.
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