Police in Vancouver are appealing to the public for help in finding a Vancouver Island man who went missing in the city last month.
The Pickton inquiry continued to hear from Vancouver deputy police chief Doug Lepard who has blamed the RCMP for mishandling the investigation into missing women from the city’s Downtown Eastside.
The Pickton inquiry heard once again Tuesday from the deputy chief of the Vancouver police department.
Female RCMP officer says male colleagues told her they fantasized serial killer Pickton would gut her like a pig
The female RCMP corporal who announced the arrest of Robert Pickton says fellow male officers told her they fantasized that the serial killer would break out of prison, track her down, strip her naked, hang her from a meat hook and gut her like a pig.
Vancouver deputy police chief Doug Lepard is on the stand at the Pickton inquiry.
A Calgary law firm under fire for the way it handled residential school survivor compensation cases was cleared in two earlier peer reviews, a lawyer representing the firm says.
U.S. President Barack Obama recently decided to delay the Keystone XL pipeline and in response, the Canadian government is ramping up efforts to capitalize on the lucrative gas and oil market in Asia.
A British Columbia court has lifted a freeze on dozens of residential school survivor compensation cases handled by a Calgary law firm.
Serial killer Robert Pickton was convicted of six counts of second degree murder.