Nearly 5,000 people marched today to remember hundreds of women murdered or missing in Vancouver, and criticizing what they said is a ‘sham inquiry.’
Racist groups in B.C. are part of an international network exposed by anti-Nazi document leaks, with links to violent attacks in Vancouver.
With three alleged white supremacist hate group members facing trial, several groups are building an anti-racism campaign.
Is there a link between the tar sands pipelines, the premiers’ health conference, and Indigenous rights? The Left Coast Post sat down with Indigenous advocates in Victoria.
Holiday shootings renew concerns about crime rates, stereotypes, gangs and drug laws in Surrey, B.C.
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
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
Despite only occasionally surfacing in the news — with more than 1,000 G20 arrests, tasering deaths, lethal shootings and abuse in holding cells — police misconduct is not only widespread and historic it is also deeply entrenched, said presenters at a major conference on policing last week in Winnipeg
Professional reporter evicted from an important, far-reaching speech by Canada’s Immigration Minister Jason Kenney