“I thought this would be about hope. But we’re not at a point of hope yet.”
Instead, canadaLANDBACK offers Indigenous women's stories of resilience
March 13, 2023
COMMONS – Invisible Victims: How Police Botched The Robert Pickton Case
Over the holidays, CANADALAND is presenting the best work across our network. Here's a recent episode of COMMONS about Robert Pickton, marginalized communities and police accountability.
December 24, 2017
Invisible Victims: The Quest for Police Accountability
"It was bad enough that I had lost my daughter. But the interaction with the police was even worse." A miniseries on policing.
December 19, 2017
Invisible Victims: How Police Botched the Robert Pickton Case
“If the police don’t want you to see a file, you’re never gonna know it exists.” Part one of a two part series on Canada’s policing system and police accountability.
December 5, 2017
MMIW: What Justice Means for a Family Member
We talk to Maggie Cywink about the upcoming inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. Her sister Sonya Cywink was murdered over 20 years ago and the case remains unsolved.
August 9, 2016
Families of MMIW: “What can we do tomorrow?”
Three family members of murdered or missing Indigenous women join Desmond and guest host Supriya to talk about their thoughts on the national inquiry and how they've felt let down by First Nations leaders on this issue.
December 16, 2015
#112 Newsworthy Victims: MMIW and the Media
It's taken 40 years for the media to pay attention to the permanent crisis of missing and murdered aboriginal women. Karyn Pugliese, APTN's Director of News and Current Affairs, talks about what has finally changed and why it's taken so long.