Coroner silent on whether migraines contributed to Chilliwack triple murder-suicide

The coroner who investigated a Chilliwack triple murder-suicide was silent on whether migraines suffered by one of the victims was a factor, reports the Vancouver Sun.

The article mentioned a clinic at UBC, which opened 26 months ago, where patients can seek expert advice on prescription medications.

The clinic has seen an increase in migraine patients since the Chilliwack tragedy, according to clinic director Barbara Gobis, who added that she couldn’t say for sure if media coverage of the murders/suicide was behind the increase.

A similar article appeared in the Ottawa Citizen.