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Chilliwack police and crown believed the victim. The perpetrator was charged. Why wasn’t he kept in custody until his trial? Why was he given the freedom to kill the women?

By Hilla Kerner
July 25, 2022

With Linda MacDonald and Jeanne Sarson (Nova Scotia Feminists Fighting Femicide), Asian women for Equality and Karen Ingala Smith (Counting Dead Women UK)

By Pam Rubin, Lucille Harper, Tara Reddick, Linda MacDonald, Jeanne Sarson, Bernadette MacDonald, and Johannah May Black
April 24, 2020

The Women’s Equality and Liberty Coalition, who as an intervener made an oral submission on the case to the Supreme Court of Canada is disappointed by the judgment.

An intervener in the murder of Cindy Gladue Case at the Supreme Court of Canada

By Hilla
October 12, 2018

The Women’s Equality and Liberty Coalition, as an intervener in the case, made written and oral submissions on the case to the Supreme Court of Canada

Chair: Professor Janine Benedet, Panelists: Professor Emerita Susan Boyd, Fay Blaney, Aboriginal Women’s Action Network, Gwendoline Allison, Lawyer, Daisy Kler, Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter and Lee Lakeman, Activist.

January 12, 2018

Twenty-five years later, as I re-evaluate my stories and with the benefit of analysis of the coverage that massacre spawned, I see how journalists— male and female producers, news directors, reporters, anchors — subtly changed the meaning of the tragedy to one that the public would get behind, silencing so-called “angry feminists.

By Shelley Page, Ottawa Citizen
December 6, 2014

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