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A coalition of groups calling for more action on missing and murdered women have presented demands to British Columbia’s attorney general.
They’re questioning why the B.C. government has failed to move ahead with recommendations from the province’s missing and murdered women inquiry.
Under Commissioner Wally Oppal the inquiry looked into why police failed to find and arrest serial killer Pickton.
As APTN’s Tina House shows some are fearing the lessons of that experience are being ignored.