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New site lists missing and murdered Native women in Canada

Filed Under: Canada | Technology
More on: crime, internet, violence, women

A new website tracks reports of missing and murdered Native women across Canada.

Missing Sisters was put together by the hacking group Anonymous. It includes a map that displays hundreds of cases of missing and murdered Native women.

Anonymous has taken up the issue of violence against Native women in response to a sexual assault in Thunder Bay, Ontario, that's being treated as a hate crime.

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New map tracks missing and murdered Aboriginal women (CBC 2/6)

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