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Another high profile member of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is leaving.
Tanya Kappo, who was one of the founders of the Idle No More, movement has announced she’s resigned from the inquiry as manager of community relations.
She made the announcement on her Facebook page.
“In case you are wondering why I am no longer listed as “Staff” it’s because I resigned and my last day is this week, on June 15, 2017,” Kappo said.
Kappo appears to have since deleted her Facebook account and did not respond to an interview request.
An inquiry spokesperson confirmed Kappo resigned saying there is currently four staff in community relations with two more expected to start next month.
Two other staff members in communications also resigned this year.