My Sister Cathy
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Missing women: In July of 2012, I experienced a dream that I was a young man again, walking home from my last day at high school in the company of my sister Cathy. Before that dream, I had no memories of a sister named Cathy and after the dream, and as it progressed, I found myself wondering how I could have forgotten her.

Women have been going missing from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, and across the province, for decades. Women, especially Aboriginal women, sex workers, and women living in poverty, continue to face extreme violence in their lives, and experience profound barriers to reporting their victimization to police. Police and government failures to take women’s safety seriously and to commit resources to improving the social and economic conditions in which women live are issues of long-standing concern. …Open Letter: Groups affirm boycott of discriminatory Missing Women Commission of Inquiry April 10, 2012 A series of unsolved murders and disappearances of young women has earned the route the nickname the "Highway of Tears" along the 800 km (500 mi) section of highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert. ...Highway of Tears murders Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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ISBN: 9781491723951
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