Moore, a 26-year-old Tla-o-qui-aht woman from Vancouver Island, was killed during a 'wellness check' in New Brunswick last year
Capital Daily is joining with a coalition of outlets and the Canadian Association of Journalists to demand the freedom to cover protests
Police don’t track missing-persons cases by race, but on Red Dress Day, a Vancouver Island Indigenous leader says that’s not acceptable
Case puts police response to mental health in doubt
Victoria is one of the most heavily policed cities in Canada. It's also one of the most crime-heavy.
They're much different than the more controversial practices of "carding" or "stop and frisk"
An operation seemingly built on a hunch, VicPD’s Project No More did not find any evidence of sex trafficking but did incense many of the city's sex workers, who insist they are working by choice
Canadian police face a "significant increase" in mental health-related calls, and as the killing of Vancouver Island woman Chantel Moore shows, sometimes these calls can go terribly wrong