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‘My heart tells me to get there:’ Mohawk woman looks to MMIWG inquiry closing ceremony for healing

Cheryl McDonald

Cheryl McDonald, a Mohawk woman living in Kanesatake, Que., testified before the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in 2018 about her sister’s death. The inquiry’s closing ceremony takes place on June 3, and McDonald says being there will be an important step in her healing process.

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