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Michele Audette is no stranger to the missing and murdered Indigenous women cause.
The former president of the Native Women’s Association of Canada has spent years on the frontlines fighting to bring an end to the crisis.
It was no surprise when she was picked as one of the national inquiry’s five commissioners that officially launched Thursday.
Audette said she hopes the inquiry achieves societal change.
“Yes, why not?” she said in an interview with APTN’s Tom Fennario Thursday.
Audette said it’s up to commissioners to provide strong recommendations to achieve that.