MMIW inquiry: 'This is not an indigenous problem, this is a Canadian problem'
Not much in politics produces agreement anymore. The reaction to the national inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women was an exception.
What had become a divisive issue under the previous Conservative government is now one of unanimity on Parliament Hill.
Both opposition party leaders expressed support. The new prime minister identified the inquiry as one of a handful of priorities in re-establishing what he called his government's "most important relationship."