On this episode of InFocus: From the west coast to the Golden Horseshoe surrounding Toronto, there is evidence to suggest serial killers are hunting and disproportionately, Indigenous women and girls are their prey.
And those serial killers likely number far more than the average person imagines.
That’s according to Michael Arntfield, a Western University criminologist and serial killer expert who studies murder patterns for the Murder Accountability Project in the U.S.
Justice for Colten Boushie, MMIWG inquiry extension and Thunder Bay police
Standing Rock: One year later
Tina Fontaine: The life and the legacy
Alanis Obomsawin: 50 years of creating documentaries - with no end in sight
‘Watershed moment for the country’: Examining the Gerald Stanley verdict
InFocus examines those left out of the proposed ‘60s Scoop settlement
Impacting our Indigenous youth, one sport at a time
On eve of emergency meeting everyone agrees child welfare system is in crisis
Looking back on 2017: An inquiry ‘dead in the water’ and ‘blatant racism’ from a sitting senator
Don Amero: Sharing his love of music and his love for the holiday season
Hirings, firings and delays: A look behind the National Inquiry into MMIWG
Deaths, drugs and gangs: Putting Thunder Bay’s problems into perspective
They fought and they won. Now, they are getting their apology.
Bringing an end to sex discrimination
Aboriginal Veterans Day: Honoring the thousands who are under recognized
The dark past and injustices of tuberculosis sanatoria in Canada
Getting perspective on the Nunavut election and what’s at stake
The 60s Scoop settlement and the issues behind it
Bringing attention to Canada’s secret shame: Human Trafficking
A look at what needs to change: The National Inquiry into MMIWG and Thunder Bay