Preventing Domestic Violence


The death of a 33 year old mother in Clearwater is still sinking in for many in the community.

Angila Wilson was found dead in her home on Monday.

Her common-law husband, Iain Scott has been charged with her murder.

CBC spoke to several people in Clearwater this week.

A friend of Angila's told us she had recently separated from her partner.

And a neighbour, Laurent Lefebvre, told us he had seen police at her house in the past.

This tragic story raises questions about whether it could have been prevented.

Daybreak spoke with Tracey Porteous, the Executive Director of the Ending Violence Association of B.C.

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