Nearly three years after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was handed the final report of the…
Statue to represent a place of healing and reflection for families of missing and murdered.
A collective of artists is raising awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women in Terrace, B.C.
Ottawa delivers action plan in response to MMIWG inquiry, but implementation plan won’t come out until the fall
Much-anticipated action plan lays out short-term priorities but includes no expected costs or completion dates
Non-Indigenous people have a role to play in the fight for justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people in this country.
More than a dozen family members and advocates shut down Cambie street in downtown Vancouver…
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.
Dancers, drummers and speakers from across B.C. will share the message that Indigenous women matter.
MMIWG advocate Deborah Green said the dress designs are similar to blood.