The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has lost another staff member.
Tanya Kappo, the inquiry’s community relations manager, has resigned.
Kappo, well known for her work with the Idle No More Movement, announced on Facebook that her last day would be June 15th.
The news comes after the completion of the inquiry’s first set of hearings in Whitehorse.
The hearings got off to a rocky start after criticism from family of missing and murdered women and girls about process and a lack of communication.
The inquiry lost two staff members from its communication team in February and May of this year.
Testimony at the hearings is not expected to resume until sometime in the fall.