48 Hours investigates northern B.C.'s missing and murdered women
The documentary will focus on the 18 women who were murdered or mysteriously disappeared along highways in northern and central B.C. since the 1960s.
Their story formed part of Commissioner Wally Oppal's Missing Women Inquiry, but is not well-known south of the border, according to producer Paul LaRosa.
"It's almost a new story for people down here, and I think they'll be taken with it, be very surprised by it."
For more on violence against women, see Erdrich Wins National Book Award and Winnipeg's Most Buys Headstones for Women.
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