As Quebec's inquiry into Indigenous relations enters final phase, many question SQ's desire for reconciliation

Quebec's inquiry into Indigenous relations was launched after several women went public in 2015 with allegations that provincial police in Val-d'Or, Que., sexually assaulted them and regularly took them on so-called "starlight tours."

Though these women did not testify before the inquiry, many of the nearly 300 people who did share stories of abuse and mistreatment commended their courage.

"They are aware they made a difference," said Édith Cloutier, who heads the Val-d'Or Native Friendship Centre and has been in contact with the women since the allegations were first made public.


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