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first_imgAPTN National NewsThe Missing Women Commission of Inquiry has appointed two new lawyers to represent the interests of Aboriginal people at the inquiry.Suzette Narbonne has been practicing law for 22 years, and is now in Vancouver reviewing the information and evidence presented so far. She’ll be joined by Elizabeth Hunt, who practices in Williams Lake in northern B.C.They replace lawyer Robyn Gervais, who resigned from the inquiry after stating that it was excluding the voices of Aboriginal people.APTN National News reporter Tina House sat down with Narbonne to talk about the inquiry and what she hopes to accomplish.last_img

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