Concerns continue over the missing and murdered women’s inquiry, including worries it doesn’t have enough time to do its job.
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It is expected that the missing women’s commission of inquiry will officially start this month in Vancouver.
British Columbia’s Attorney General Bruce Penner has decided to deny all funding to community groups that were supposed to participate in the missing women’s inquiry.
British Columbia’s Attorney General is defending the controversial decision to appoint former judge and attorney general Wally Oppal to lead an inquiry into how police handled murdered women’s cases in Vancouver before they caught serial killer Robert Pickton.