By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- The arrest of a man accused of killing four women, all believed to be Indigenous, shows vulnerable women and girls are subject to dangerous outcomes if governments don’t work together to end gender and race-based violence, Indigenous advocates say. Several Indigenous groups are urging governments and other institutions in power to fulfil the 231 Calls for Justice outlined in the final report from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, released in 2019. “The political will of all levels of government is required to end this ongoing genocide,” the National Family and Survivors Circle said in a statement Friday. The group said Indigenous women are disproportionate victims of violence in Canada due to “unchecked racism and misogyny.” Winnipeg police
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