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What is most needed to solve cases of missing and murdered women, and protect others from becoming victims, is information. Canada is long overdue in setting up a national DNA database for missing persons and unidentified human remains, she says. Canadian police forces need to better share information with the public that could help break cases and find missing women.
UPDATE - Dec. 17: Commissioner Wally Oppal's 1,448-page report, released in December 2012, concluded public indifference
The sisters of a woman slain on the so-called Highway of Tears are pleading with the public for help, one day after RCMP
B.C.'s so-called Highway of Tears has been witness to the deaths or disappearances of at least 18 women since 1969. In many