B.C.’s Missing Women’s Inquiry saw a pointed argument between the lawyer for families of Robert Pickton’s murder victims.
Deputy police chief Doug LePard – who authored an internal review into the botched Robert Pickton murder investigation – fended off suggestions of wider police department failures
It’s been 22 years since the Montreal massacre. We talk violence against women, and ways to end it, with a survival sex work organizer Jennifer Allan.
Volunteer medics at Occupy Vancouver are preparing for the worst as political rhetoric over the encampment escalates
Undaunted by rain or reports of police violence at other Occupy sites, Vancouver protesters vow to stay the course
After spending five years as an extra-judicial prisoner of George W. Bush’s ‘war on terror,’ Murat Kurnaz is disappointed that Canada did not arrest the former U.S. president during his visit to Surrey
As a troubled inquiry into missing women entered its second week, family members of the disappeared took over a busy downtown intersection in opposition
As former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney spoke in Vancouver on Monday night, several hundred people demanded his arrest on charges of war crimes and torture, blocking both entrances to the upscale Vancouver Club by linking arms, as others staged a sit-in lasting several hours.
Native people are more often killed or abused by police officers than are others in Canada, but police actions are more often than not chalked up to ‘bad apples’ on the force instead of symptoms of systemic problems within police ranks
Finalist, Canadian Association of Journalists 2012 Community News Award. Police across the country are seeking closer ties with gay, lesbian and transgender communities, but speakers at a recent international conference on policing questioned whether cops and queers make good bedfellows