CBC RADIO ONE’S THE CURRENT ANNOUNCES MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN TOWN HALL TOUR AND CBC’S FIRST VIRTUAL REALITY DOCUMENTARY: THE HIGHWAY OF TEARS
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- CBC RADIO ONE’S THE CURRENT ANNOUNCES MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN TOWN HALL TOUR AND CBC’S FIRST VIRTUAL REALITY DOCUMENTARY: THE HIGHWAY OF TEARS
- The Current ‘s groundbreaking virtual reality documentary The Highway of Tears , CBC’s first virtual reality documentary, will be made available at each town hall venue and widely to all Canadians online at cbc.ca/radio/TheCurrent .
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Tour launches in Prince George, BC on October 13 with additional stops in Vancouver, Winnipeg and Toronto
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In the documentary, viewers will be transported to the area in British Columbia known as the Highway of Tears, where the RCMP say 18 women have gone missing or been murdered since 1969 – Indigenous communities say the number is closer to 50 – and where one mother shares her story of personal loss and ongoing search for answers.
CBC produces a number of internationally renowned, award-winning documentaries each year, many of which are broadcast on The Current. CBC seeks to serve and include all Canadians and is constantly working to make all of its media platforms accessible for everyone.