Audrey Corinne Huntley

Victim Rights Paralegal

Region(s): North America
Country of focus: Canada
Based in Toronto


Current Occupation: Victim Rights Paralegal
Organization/Institution: No More Silence

Audrey is a paralegal, storyteller and co-founder of Toronto-based organization No More Silence—a network that supports activists, researchers and communities working to stop the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women in Canada.

In collaboration with Families of Sisters in Spirit and the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, No More Silence is building a community-led database documenting and honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women, Two-Spirit and Trans people in Ontario, Canada.

Audrey has worked with Indigenous women from across Canada to share their stories in print and in film. Her first short-film, ‘Traces of Missing Women’, was born out of interviews with over 45 family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women from Ontario to Northern British Colombia. This film inspired the full-length documentary Go Home Baby Girl—the story of one Indigenous family’s struggle for justice in the murder of Norma Georgia, an Indigenous woman from a remote community in Northern British Colombia who was killed outside Vancouver in 1992.

Through the strong community network No More Silence is building across the country, Audrey promotes the power of bringing together Indigenous families that have experienced violence to share experiences, heal and find their own solutions.