‘The killing has to stop:’ Canada’s missing women’s inquiry

PENNEY KOME: OVER EASY August, 2016 “The killing has to stop,” said Nicole Robertson, naming the most urgent goal of Canada’s inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) at a panel discussion in Calgary. Robertson, a Cree, won the 2009 Aboriginal Woman Entrepreneur Award

The Case of the Serial Killings

The murders of dozens of women put Vancouver in the spotlight as gruesome details emerge in the mass-murder trial of an area pig farmer.   By Deborah Jones (for Time magazine) Vancouver, Canada, January 26, 2007   Wedged between white-capped mountains and sparkling