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DTES murdered and missing women

Lawsuit launched against City of Vancouver over missing-women memorial

The court document claims the city breached its contract by eliminating the project and refusing to return the memorial stones.

Brother of murdered woman shocked after Vancouver removes memorials

Bronze plaques bearing the names of Georgina Papin, Brenda Wolfe and Marnie Frey were first installed on a DTES sidewalk in 2012.

Why women are angry over the Missing Women's report

Yesterday's release of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry report was an emotional event that did little to guarantee justice for victims.

Downtown Eastside activists protest Missing Women Commission of Inquiry on final day of hearings

Families of murdered Pickton victims demanded justice as the controversial Missing Women inquiry drew to a close.

Families of missing women take to the streets, joined by #OccupyVancouver

As a troubled inquiry into missing women entered its second week, family members of the disappeared took over a busy downtown intersection in opposition.

Vancouver First Nations DTES smudge ceremony

Vancouver’s First Nations peoples have always held ceremonies calling all people to come together to connect with themselves, each other, Mother Earth and the Great Spirit.

Democracy Now Reports on the Dissenting Voices of the Vancouver 2010 Games: An Interview with Reporter Aaron Maté

Democracy Now's Aaron Maté  discusses his report on the Olympics, titled "In the Shadow of the Olympic Flame: A Report from the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, the Poorest Neighbourhood in...