Robert Matas

LRC Contributor

Robert Matas is a journalist, formerly of The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. He has written extensively about the missing women of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, the Robert Pickton trial and British Columbia’s Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.

Articles by Robert Matas

  • They’re Still Missing (January–February 2016)
    A review of That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away, by Lori Shenher
  • Still Unresolved (December 2005)
    A review of Loss of Faith: How the Air India Bombers Got Away with Murder, by Kim Bolan, and Soft Target: The Real Story behind the Air India Disaster, by Zuhair Kashmeri and Brian McAndrew
  • The Questions Remain (November 2010)
    A review of On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver’s Missing Women, by Stevie Cameron
  • A History of Invisibility (September 2007)
    A review of Stevie Cameron’s The Pickton File and Daniel Francis’s Red Light Neon: A History of Vancouver’s Sex Trade
  • The Wrong Man (September 2006)
    A review of Margin of Terror: A Reporter’s Twenty-Year Odyssey Covering the Tragedies of the Air India Bombing, by Salim Jiwa and Donald J. Hauka