|News Erica Obsession | By conflating human dignity with the discouragement of sex work, the government is implying that it is only by exiting the industry that a sex worker can attain self-worth.|
From public hysteria and hypocrisy to the Pickton murders: The story of closing Vancouver's Penthouse nightclubDaniel Francis | Aaron Chapman explores the history of Vancouver's Penthouse nightclub from glitzy celebrity appearances to legal actions that spawned the worst episode of violence against women in Canadian history.
|Podcast Redeye Collective | A report released on November 19 by three public interest groups says that the inquiry led by Wally Oppal was an absolute failure.|
|Blog David P. Ball | Michele Pineault's daughter was killed on Robert Pickton's farm, one of Canada's 600 missing and murdered Native women. She spoke with the Left Coast Post at a closure ceremony on Wednesday.|
|Blog Krystalline Kraus | Rally today in front of the Picton inquiry, termed a sham by Indigenous communities and the Vancouver Downtown Eastside.|
|Blog Krystalline Kraus | Community groups are critical of being shut out of the B.C. inquiry into the mishandling of the Robert Pickton police investigation.|
|News Libby Davies | The address by the MP for Vancouver East to those gathered at the Community Engagement Forum for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry carefully lays out what needs to be achieved.|
|Book Review Helen Polychronakos | In this rabble exclusive interview Helen Polychronakos speaks to Stevie Cameron, author of On The Farm, about the missing women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and the Pickton case.|