Missing and murdered indigenous women

VICE News

The Murder of an Indigenous Woman in Winnipeg Is Reopening Old Wounds

The woman was a cousin of Tina Fontaine, whose 2014 murder sparked calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women.
VICE News
3.16.17
Film

Why an Indigenous Filmmaker Directed a VR Documentary About the Highway of Tears

A short piece now touring Canada lets you sit with a mom who lost her daughter.
Sarah Berman
1.29.17
News

Canada Slammed for ‘Lack of Progress’ on Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The condemnation comes as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced Canada for treating Indigenous people with indifference and neglect.
Tamara Khandaker
10.5.16
News

Everything We Know About Regina’s First Serial Killer Clayton Bo Eichler

He strangled two women to death but won't say where the body of one of them is located.
Manisha Krishnan
9.21.16
News

People Are Playing 'Pokémon Go' at a Monument for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

It's not the first time trainers have been spotted at inappropriate places.
Hilary Beaumont
8.5.16
News

Here’s What the Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry is Missing

"It is a sense of disappointment and I think that's something a lot of people are feeling."
Manisha Krishnan
8.3.16
Premieres

Toronto's Above Top Secret Need You to Start Paying Attention to the Murders of Indigenous Women on "BANG"

The politically-inspired song also touches on police brutality and organ harvesting.
Sarah MacDonald
6.13.16
Stuff

This Week on Best of VICE Canada: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and the Highway of Tears

Tune in Sunday at 10 PM on City.
VICE Staff
2.13.16
Stuff

Charity Keesic’s Murder and How Violence Has Followed One Ontario Family

Charity Keesic was beaten to death by the 16-year-old son of a family friend. Now her mother is trying to break the cycle of male violence within her community.
Jane Gerster
2.8.16
Stuff

Inside Grande Prairie: Horror and Hope in Canada’s Violent Crime Capital

Grande Prairie, Alberta is one of the most dangerous places to live in the country, especially for Indigenous women. This is how the community is responding.
Jane Gerster
1.19.16
News

Authorities' Mistakes Didn’t Stop After Serial Killer Robert Pickton’s Jailing

Stephanie Lane's remains were found on Robert Pickton's farm and her family is still being punished for it.
Jane Gerster
12.1.15
searchers

An Ex-Cop's Mission to Solve the Murders Along the Highway of Tears

VICE follows former RCMP detective Ray Michalko on his search for the killers of Alberta Williams, Aielah Auger and Ramona Wilson, some of the women and girls murdered along Northern BC's Highway Of Tears.
VICE Staff
10.14.15
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