A coalition of 20 First Nations and women’s groups is slamming the B.C. government for failing to implement recommendations
Yes, the prejudices faced by Vancouver's missing women were systemic and institutional, but systems and institutions are made up of individuals, and ultimately some of them should be found responsible. Repeatedly, Commissioner Wally Oppal fails to do so. The judge has failed to judge. Imagine if during his time on the bench he'd been willing to hear such damning evidence, and then at the end of the trial declared that no sentence should be passed because, after all, in the end it's society's fault.
UPDATE - Dec. 17: Commissioner Wally Oppal's 1,448-page report, released in December 2012, concluded public indifference
Three B.C. human rights groups say the Missing Womens Commission of Inquiry failed the people it was designed to help. West
CBC News has learned the high-profile Mountie who first spoke out against sexual harassment in the national police force
Two former civilian employees with the Vancouver police department have testified detectives refused to investigate missing
A high-profile Mountie who recently came forward with allegations of sexual harassment in the RCMP has now made sensational