Wally Opal has handed in the Missing Women Inquiry’s report to the provincial government.
The report, which looked into the police investigations of missing women from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, is nearly 1,500 pages long.
It will include findings and recommendations gong forward, but the inquiry itself suffered some serious stumbling blocks along the way, with some advocacy groups saying not enough effort was made to include the voices of marginalized women.
The government will be releasing the report to the public in mid-December.
The inquiry began in October of 2011.