Tamara Chipman: Highway of Tears disappearance

On the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Tamara Chipman, one of many women to go missing along B.C.’s “Highway of Tears, Canada,” police are pleading for help from the public. Tamara Chipman, 22, was last seen on Sept. 21, 2005, five kilometres east of Prince Rupert. She was hitchhiking to Terrace along Highway 16 — on […]

Highway of Tears Revisited

It is called: the Highway of Tears. Why? Because at least 18 women, many of them native, have disappeared from or have been found murdered along B.C. highways over the past 40 years. And there is still no progress in these cases. In “Cold Case Re-Investigations For All!” you can read about the fears that […]

E-Pana and cold case re-investigations

In my post “Cold Case Re-Investigations for All” I might have given you the idea that there is discrimination going on in the E-Pana a.k.a. “Highway of Tears” investigations. While plowing through other articles, I found this one by Neal Hall from the Vancouver Sun. It describes the cold case re-investigations being done at this moment. […]

Cold Case Re-Investigations for all!

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, has repeatedly called for a public inquiry into why girls and women, many of them native, have disappeared from or been found murdered along B.C. highways over the past 40 years. The provincial government has so far failed to commit to an inquiry. […]