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On July 11, CUPE Manitoba President Kelly Moist joined more than 300 Winnipeg voices in calling for an inquiry into the missing and murdered aboriginal women.

The only representative to speak from the labour movement, Sister Moist shared the stage with aboriginal leaders, municipal and federal politicians, and other community leaders in showing their support for an inquiry.

The call for an inquiry has gained recent distinction because of the recent arrest of a Winnipeg man for the murders of three young aboriginal women.