How are RCMP trained to respond to cases of missing and murdered Indigenous people?

After a ‘miscommunication’ regarding the suspicious death of 15-year-old Carsyn Mackenzie Seaweed, The Discourse asked RCMP about its training related to missing and murdered Indigenous people.

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