"Missing and Murdered: The Taken"
"Indigenous women in Canada are roughly seven times more likely than non-indigenous women to be slain by serial killers, a Globe analysis has found. The newspaper is compiling a database of homicide and long-term missing-person cases involving indigenous women. That ongoing work has revealed that at least 18 aboriginal women have died at the hands of convicted serial killers since 1980. Their cases provide a window into the broader tragedy of violence against indigenous women."