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A recent comprehensive review of police records conducted by the RCMP found that, despite the fact that Aboriginal women make up four percent of Canada's population, they represented 16 percent of all murdered women (between 1980-2012) and 12 percent of all missing women on record.
In order to better understand the nature and extent of police-reported cases involving missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, the RCMP recently conducted an analysis of files from police organizations from across the country of all historical female missing persons, as well as female homicide cases between 19.
This violence is often not an isolated event; many Aboriginal women have reported experiencing repeated episodes of violence.
The Special Committee released its final report, in March 2014.
The Committee heard testimony from numerous witnesses, including representatives of national and regional Aboriginal organizations, government officials, front-line service providers, and the family members of missing or murdered Aboriginal women.
Through the RCMP and Statistics Canada's work with police agencies, the Government will continue to take action to support the collection of complete and reliable data.
In 2013, Parliament established the Special Committee of the House of Commons on Violence Against Indigenous Women.
Approximately three quarters of all female victims were killed in a residence.