How Alleged Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Compares to Other Infamous Murderers
Experts weighed in on what burial patterns and alleged sexual relationships tell us about McArthur.
How Cops Botch Serial Killer Investigations
We spoke to a Robert Pickton investigator about police bias when marginalized people go missing.
Police Warn Against Serial Killer Theories After Teen's Body Found on BC Farm
Search continues on farm in an area where five women have gone missing in the last 20 months.
Is Police Culture Set Up to Fail Canadian Sex Workers?
Even in Vancouver, where sex work is “not an enforcement priority,” sex assault charges against a high-profile anti-exploitation detective show little has changed.
BC Restaurant Under Fire for Drink Named After Canada's Worst Serial Killer
Robert "Willie" Pickton was suspected of killing nearly 50 women before he was caught. Yet a wings joint thought he deserved a shooter named after him.
Canada's Worst Serial Killer Released a Book from Prison Proclaiming His Innocence
The writing is pretty shit—but the book is totally legal.
People Are Outraged Over Serial Killer Robert Pickton's New Memoir
Robert Pickton is serving a life sentence for the murder of numerous women, whose remains were found on his pig farm. The new book Pickton: In His Own Words, professes the convicted murderer's innocence and positions him as "the fall guy".
How Canadian Authorities Screwed Up After Jailing Serial Killer Robert Pickton
Eighteen years after Stephanie Lane's disappearance, and 13 years after her remains were found on Pickton's farm, her family's trauma is still not over.
27 Years of Silence: The Family of Missing Alberta Aboriginal Woman Is Still Searching for Answers
Neither Carol nor Marilyn wants to claim that police would have handled Roberta's disappearance differently if she'd been white.But the women share a single view of how police handle cases involving indigenous persons.
Will the Federal Election Improve Sex-Work Laws?
Justin Trudeau has led the Liberal Party in a decidedly women-friendly direction. If they're elected next year, sex-work regulations might finally see some real progress.
An Allegory of Canada for 2014: Rinelle Harper, Nicki Minaj, and Italian Art History
Rinelle Harper survived a brutal attack still brave enough to call for an inquiry into the disappearance and murder of indigenous women. Stephen Harper says it's not a priority. Shawon Kinew looks at Italian art and a possible artistic allegory for the...
A String of Sex Workers Have Died Mysteriously in One B.C. Neighbourhood
A string of unexplained sex worker deaths in the same New Westminster, B.C. apartment building continues to shake the region's sex worker community, amidst outrage that drug toxicology reports for the women are still unavailable a full month after the...