Missing Persons Canada
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The group says the failure of British Columbia's own missing-women inquiry should be a lesson in what not to do.
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"It's a theme that ties into not just this case but the entire picture around missing and murdered indigenous women and girls: less than worthy victims, I can sadly say this is part of that bigger picture."
Scores of aboriginal women are still missing in Canada in 2014 — cases that are likely to haunt this nation for years and decades ahead. Below are just a handful of the aboriginal women who are still...
In Canada, First Nations women are at the highest risk of violence and are often unable to actively participate in formal education or work opportunities as a result. The most important contributing factor to the violence that disproportionately affects First Nations girls and women is poverty.
Ken Williams, Cree from Saskatchewan, APTN video journalist, has turned into Kenneth T. Williams, eminent award-winning playwright. My old friend Ken Williams and I go for beers at my local tavern. We order and I ask Ken about Idle No More...