Activists are continuing their call for the removal of Wally Oppal as commissioner of British Columbia’s inquiry into Vancouver’s missing women.
In British Columbia, police are chasing a new angle to solve the murders of women along the province’s infamous Highway of Tears.
Activists across the country marched Monday in support of Aboriginal women who have either gone missing or murdered.
Tyeshia Jones, 18, was laid to rest in Duncan, B.C., over the weekend.
Some Conservative MPs on Thursday called for the return of federal dollars to the much-vaunted Sisters in Spirit database of murdered and missing Aboriginal women which remains in limbo after the Conservative government cut its funding.
A Parliamentary committee plans to hold hearings later this month in several provinces as part of a study on violence against Aboriginal women.
As the Christmas holiday season is upon us, many of us are spending time with loved ones.