Podcast
Walking With Our Sisters exhibition in the Shingwauk Auditorium at Algoma University in 2014
Redeye Collective | Vancouver's premier chamber opera company commissioned Marie Clements to write the libretto, then they selected a composer. Now they are ready to bring 'Missing' to local communities to workshop.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | On June 14, almost 100 people gathered at City Hall to protest Gregor Robertson's lack of action on prostitution in Vancouver.
Blog
Maya Bhullar | Let rabble.ca's Activist Toolkit help you build your campaigns.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | Sisters in Spirit vigils are being held across Canada this Saturday, October 4th. Check the listing to find your city.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Stephen Harper dismissed renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women, saying the recent murder of Tina Fontaine was a crime, not a sociological phenomenon.
Activist Toolkit
| February 14 marks the Annual Women's Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Women.
Blog
Marlene George | Along with hundreds of other women across Canada, Marlene George marches on February 14. In this piece she tells us why.
Blog
Audrey Huntley | Audrey joins hundreds of other women from across Canada who will march on February 14th. In this piece Audrey tells us why February 14th is important to her
Blog
Angela Marie MacDougall | In January 1991 a woman was murdered on Powell Street in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories. Out of a sense of grief, hopelessness and anger the February 14 Women's Memorial March was ignited.
News
Sheila North Wilson | It is my hope that the Indigenous people of Thunder Bay who feel hurt or disadvantaged will find their voice.
Columnists
Joyce Arthur | On a chilly October day, people listened somberly as words were read out loud from a 102-page report by Jason Gratl, Independent Counsel to the Commissioner of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.
RabbleTV
Greg Macdougall | An interview with Bridget Tolley and Kristen Gilchrist of Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS). They discuss the problem, the work they do, and the annual vigils on Oct. 4 and Feb. 14.