HRH Crown Prince Congratulates Evariste Ndayishimiye on Winning Presidential Elections in Burundi    Five-star Bayern Edge Closer to 30th League Title    Tunisia Reports 5 New Cases of COVID-19    Saudi Arabia Is the Largest Donor to Yemen, KSrelief Chief Says    Germany Reports 738 New COVID-19 Cases    Thailand Reports One New Infection of COVID-19    China Reports 4 COVID-19 New Infections    Saudi Press: Saudi Arabia to Organize Virtual Donors' Conference for Yemen 2020    Weather Forecast for Saturday    Al-Jadaan: Gradually Reopening Economic Activities Affirms Government's Role in Supporting Economic Development and Is A Positive Step Towards Improving Economic Performance    SAR to Resume Trips from May 31    Saudi Railways Organization to Resume Trips from May 31    Swedish Economy on Track for 7% Contraction this Year - Fin Min    Gamers Without Borders Championship continues its competitions for world professional video gamers    Three Saudi Female Athletes Review their Experiences    Saudi Taekwondo wins gold medal in virtual world championship    Saudi Surgeon Managed to Remove Kuwaiti Girl's Brain Tumor, as French Physician Declined, in the last Moments    KSA Ministry of Health Leads Advance Clinical Studies, on 4 Innovative Techniques for Coronavirus Treatment    SPIMACO Addwaeih Localizes Technology for Biological Drugs in Alliance with Amgen US Company within its Initiatives to Achieve Drug Security    Bangladesh reports first coronavirus death    Senior Scholars Council Issues Decision No. 246 Regarding Attendance of Friday Prayer and Prayers at Mosques in a Case of Spread of Epidemic or Fear of its Spread    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Addresses Citizens and Muslims on Eid Al-Fitr    Custodian of Two Holy Mosques addresses Citizens and Muslims on the Advent of Holy Month of Ramadan    Ministry of Hajj and Umrah Launches Awareness Message on Sacrifice Day    Newcastle Beat West Ham 3-0 for their first Win of the Season    Mourinho insists Ibrahimovic must be good enough for Manchester United    Reforms have saved the economy from possible recession, say analysts    The King and Crown Prince congratulates Moldova's President    More than 1,5 million pilgrims arrive in Saudi Arabia, so far    MWL allocates SR 7 million for Eid sacrifice project in 47 countries    Saudi Campaign provides educational and training services for Syrians in Al-Za'tari camp    Saudi student goes missing in Kentucky, US    Harvey lashes Texas US coast with high wind, torrential rain    North Korea tests short-range missiles as South Korea, US conduct drills    Samsung leader Jay Y. Lee given five-year jail sentence for bribery    Known days    "MODON" Signs MoU with Chinese Goldwind Company for wind-turbines manufacturing in the Kingdom    Flyadeal, Saudi Arabia's new low-cost airline, scheduled to launch on September 23, reports    Mastercard launches Masterpass in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia    Honda among 27 Japan players named for World Cup qualifiers    Joker, Harley Quinn movie in works with 'Crazy Stupid Love' filmmakers    Madhuri Dixit to venture into Marathi films as a producer    Consumers warned against using some brands of face powder, hair products    How 'GOT' makers made the frozen lake in 'Beyond the Wall'    Shraddha Kapoor wants people to help the needy    Neymar targets improvement after phenomenal home debut    Politicizing the pilgrimage    Rakhi 2017: "Bond of Love" between a brother and his sister    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

Canada's Trudeau sets up inquiry on missing, murdered Aboriginals
Published in Saudi Press Agency on 08 - 12 - 2015

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday his government would set up an inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous women, a measure opposed by his predecessor, Reuters reported.
Trudeau said his government was committed to repairing the partnership with Canada's Aboriginals, who make up 5 percent of the population but have higher levels of poverty and addiction and are far more often victims of crime than other Canadians.
Trudeau named two indigenous members of Parliament to his cabinet when he took office last month, including Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould.
-- SPA
22:12 LOCAL TIME 19:12 GMT

Clic here to read the story from its source.