APTN Investigates has learned that nearly 20 men and boys have gone missing along the notorious route.
It took 15 years of advocacy to get cell coverage on Highway of Tears, and families say there is still much work to do
2006 report also outlined issues with police and transportation along the infamous highway.
The federal and British Columbia governments say seamless cellular coverage will be provided along the…
Vigil one of many held on Oct. 4 to honour the missing and murdered
A memorial pole has been raised near Terrace, B.C., in memory of Indigenous women who…
The totem pole is expected to be raised in early September
The family of slain Lake Babine First Nation woman Jessica Patrick is bringing her home…
Approximately 5,000 people have used the expanded transit service over the last year.
Vivan George, Anna George, and Marcie Quaw are all strangers, but their location in northern British Columbia makes it so they have a few things in common.