Comedy show in B.C. cancelled after outrage over troupe's Robert Pickton T-shirts

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Warning: This article contains details about violence against Indigenous women. It also contains a photo of a caricature of a convicted killer.

A comedy club in New Westminster, B.C., says a show featuring comedy troupe Danger Cats has been cancelled after public outrage over the group’s sale of T-shirts depicting serial killer Robert Pickton. 

In a now-deleted Facebook post, Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy B.C. wrote it had decided to cancel the event, noting it missed the mark and aims to do better. 

“While we value and support the freedom of expression in comedy, we recognize that the chosen material for this show has caused discomfort in

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