Robert Pickton

Sex workers need identities protected at Pickton inquiry, lawyer says

Vulnerable witnesses may be drug users or open to intimidation, need to feel comfortable and safe when speaking, independent counsel argues.

Pickton inquiry adds independent lawyers in face of legal funding dispute

Community groups have said they'll boycott investigation because province has denied them individual legal funding -- and they're not happy with latest move.

Four groups say they'll have to skip Pickton inquiry because province won't fund them

Attorney general's office was urged by inquiry to help pay official participants' expenses, but continues to refuse.

Investigation continues into several B.C. fires, including one at Pickton farm

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. -- The RCMP are continuing their investigation into several fires in the Vancouver area, including one at the serial killer Robert Pickton's farm, and say they may have added...

With "The Forgotten," MOA sought to open conversation about murdered and missing women

But in the end, the show was cancelled. Part Two in a three-part series on the cancellation of Pamela Masik’s “The Forgotten”.

Vancouver's 5 best and 5 worst moments of 2010

This was the year that the eyes of the world were on Vancouver. When did we shine and when did we fall short?

Government spent a hundred million to investigate Pickton

The figures are in and they’re heartbreaking. $103,000,000 to investigate and prosecute serial killer Robert Pickton, a man that preyed on women that lived on $185 per month, or less, in Vancouver’...

Stevie Cameron, author of "On The Farm," tells a gruesome tale of Robert Pickton's Vancouver

An interview with Stevie Cameron, author of "On The Farm", the bestselling new book about serial killer Robert Pickton. For Part Two, click on headline.

Politically (in)correct to the brink of impropriety

What has political correctness driven us to? Are people merely becoming too sensitive? Or is political correctness a necessity in order to make everyone feel included, to feel equal? Or should we just