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.
A woman who was taken out to Robert Pickton’s pig farm at least 10 times talks with APTN National News about surviving her encounters with Canada’s most prolific serial killer.
The man picked to chair a public inquiry into how police investigated the Robert Pickton case is responding to calls for his resignation.
The Assembly of First Nations Thursday joined the chorus of criticism surrounding the launch of the British Columbia inquiry into the Robert Pickton case.
Former British Columbia Attorney-General Wally Oppal has been named to head an inquiry investigating why so many women went missing from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside before police finally caught serial-killer Robert Pickton.