MISSING WOMEN'S MEMORIAL WEBSITE PROJECT The Global Women's Memorial Website is dedicated to remembering women who have been murdered & promoting Women's Memorials as an act of resistance to violence against women.

hazel8500wp Not Just another Wordpress weblog This page is all about the Earth, Mi Madre, her avatars, myths, history and current troubles.

Seen Me Lately A local website and discussion board devoted to missing women across Canada. A great resource.

Highway of Tears This site is dedicated to help find the missing persons on the Highway of Tears in Northern British Columbia.

Sex Trade Workers of Canada Dedicated To Safety For All.

Project KARE Unsolved Homicides / High Risk Missing Persons in Alberta.

TRACES OF MISSING WOMEN Traces of Missing Women is an ongoing video project dedicated to gathering and sharing the stories of Canada's missing and murdered Native women. On a 7 1/2 week road trip encompassing 15,000 kms, CBC News: Sunday producer Audrey Huntley traveled from Toronto to Western Canada this summer. She interviewed friends and family members of missing and murdered women and spoke to community members about the response of society at large. Her journey took her to Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Prince George, Burns Lake, Smithers, Calgary, Edmonton, Peace River, Saskatoon, Regina and Sault Ste Marie.

STEVIECAMERON.COM THE PIG FARM: a work in progress for Knopf Canada: Robert (Willy) Pickton, a pig farmer from Port Coquitlam, B.C., was arrested on February 22, 2002 and charged with the murder of two women on his property. Since then he has been charged with another 13 murders and could be charged with many more. If convicted, he will be one of the worst serial killers in North American history.

Snow Bodies, One woman's life on the streets Elizabeth Hudson has spent the past 30 years as a stay-at-home mom in a Calgary suburb. Stylish and articulate, she looks and acts like the typical middle-class, middle-aged woman, but for a long time she lived in fear that someone would discover her past and use it to hurt her two sons. Her secret: she was once a drug-addicted prostitute on the streets of Calgary and Vancouver.

Who Killed Theresa Hi. Welcome to "". This site tells the story of the death of my sister, Theresa Allore, who disappeared from Compton, Quebec in 1978. It is also a tool to help me answer the question, Who Killed Theresa? If you have information that may help me in answering this question please leave a message.

Dorette's Artwork Gallery Welcome to Dorette's electronic Art Gallery. Dorette has painted and sketched the Missing Women Series in Oil and Missing Women Series in Pencil.

Terrace Amnesty International Action Circle A80 The Terrace Amnesty International Action Circle is located in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada. Meetings and events will be posted to this site. Everyone is welcome and invited to attend our meetings and events.

The Crime Magazine Todd Matthews and the Doe Network: Naming the Nameless Dead.  Todd Matthews has always known where he belongs. His home is in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, where the soft-spoken 33-year-old lives with his wife and two young sons. Home is where the ties to his past are as close as the quiet graveyard where his ancestors are buried. "I was born, live and work in a three-mile radius," Matthews explains. This may be why, he surmises, he is obsessed with helping people who are lost. Specifically, dead people who are lost.

Cold Cases Group For persons investigating or researching unsolved missing/unidentified cases from the past. Most cases involved are older than ten years. This list is open to all interested. Please feel welcome to join in or start a discussion. We are currently reviewing many of the cases found on the Doe Network.  

The Doe Network Organization A Volunteer Organization dedicated to Missing Persons and Unidentified Victims’ Cold Cases in North America, Australia and Europe.

Vancouver's missing & murdered eastside women May their souls rest in peace. A comprehensive website dedicated to the memory of Vancouver's eastside missing and murdered women. This website came online January 15, 1999.

Vanished Voices Gone from our sight but never our memories, Gone from our touch, but never our hearts. This site is in memory of Ivan and Deborah Jardine's daughter, Angela Rebecca Jardine. It is a tribute to all of the Vancouver eastside missing and murdered women.

MAGGIEDEVRIES.COM My sister Sarah is one of Vancouver's missing women, but she isn't missing anymore. This is the story of Sarah, told through her own poetry, excerpts from her journals, her parents' and siblings' memories and the recollections of people who knew Sarah during her fourteen years downtown. A portrait emerges of a bright, funny, charismatic and sensitive woman trapped in a downward spiral of self-loathing, prostitution, drugs and violence.

The Fallenwall The Fallen Wall. In memory of the Lost Loved Ones of Unsolved Homicides and Missing Persons.

Master Detective - The Tent Girl Master Detective and the Thirty Year Mystery of the Tent Girl. Todd Matthews had an obsession. He lives in Livingston, Tennessee, and out of the blue he recently contacted Master Detective. He had a fascinating story to tell. It began before he was born, but he was destined to become an important part of it. Thanks to him, it was to have a sequel...

Vancouvermissing Support Group Vancouver, BC, more than 68 women involved in prostitution and or addicted to drugs have vanished from the streets of the downtown eastside. This group is open to all interested.

D'Amour Road by Sigrid Macdonald D'Amour Road is the story of two women in Ontario who are about to turn 40. One of them goes missing, and the other joins a massive search to find her best friend in conjunction with the police, her colorful women's collective, and a younger man whom she finds especially captivating. The book explores a number of themes including female friendships, violence against women, wrongful convictions, addiction, cultural biases against aging, and the painful phenomenon of unrequited love. WHY D'AMOUR ROAD IS IMPORTANT Everyday, we turn on the TV and hear about one more woman or child who goes missing. Right now, Natalee Holloway is receiving extensive publicity because she's been lost in Aruba for more than two months. Rightly so. Natalee deserves that media attention but I worry about other girls and boys, or men and women who aren't quite so good-looking, do not have devoted, affluent or influential parents, and lack white skin like Lori Hacking and Laci Peterson. What kind of publicity are they receiving?



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Updated: August 21, 2016