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A podcast bringing awareness to murders, mysteries and unsolved cases in Canada.       
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    42. Cameron Collin

    42. Cameron Collin

    Cameron Collin was a 37-year-old engineer working in the energy sector. His work took him all over North America and he made friends wherever he went. 
    As a kid growing up in Alberta he was a natural leader and talented athlete.  
    In October of 2018, Cameron traveled to Billings, Montana to attend a friend’s wedding. At some point during the bachelor party, he allegedly disappeared. His body was found a month later just meters from where he was last seen. 
    Local Law Enforcement was quick to rule his death an accident but this conclusion is at odds with the evidence that his family has uncovered. 
    For the last 3 years Cameron’s mother, Marion, has fearlessly fought to find the truth of what happened to her son. In this episode, Marion walks us through the compelling evidence that she has compiled. 
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    41. La Loche

    41. La Loche

    On January 22, 2016, a tragedy hit the remote community of La Loche, Saskatchewan. 
    A 17-year-old shooter roamed the hallways of his high school for motives still not known.
    The impacts of this senseless crime not only devasted a small community but were felt across Canada and around the world.
    Using recently released court documents, join TNTC as we chronicle the timeline of that fateful day in Saskatchewan.

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    40. MISSING: Jennifer Hillier-Penney

    40. MISSING: Jennifer Hillier-Penney

    Jennifer Hillier-Penney, a 38-year-old mother of two, has been missing since November 30th, 2016. 
    Jennifer was last known to be at the home of her estranged husband in the town of St Anthony, NL. 
    Jennifer’s disappearance is considered suspicious. A publication ban regarding details of the investigation was put in place by the courts. 
    With the passing of 5 years since Jennifer went missing, her family and the community of St Anthony are demanding answers.
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    39. MISSING: Dylan Ehler

    39. MISSING: Dylan Ehler

    In the town of Truro, Nova Scotia, a drama has been playing out in public, online, and in the civil court system. 
    Lost in all of the drama is a missing child. 
    Dylan Ehler, a 3-year-old boy, went missing near a rushing brook on May 6th, 2020. 
    While police believe that the toddler was swept away in the brook, his parents disagree. 
    In this episode, we lay out details of the search and the investigation. 
    We also look at the helpful and unhelpful nature of social media in these cases. 
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    38. Kristy Manzanares

    38. Kristy Manzanares

    On July 23rd, 2017, Kristy Manzanares and her family boarded the Emerald Princess for a 7-night cruise through Alaska. 
    On the 3rd night of her cruise, the 39-year-old, Utah woman was found murdered in her cabin. 
    The main suspect was her husband and the father of her three children, Kenneth Manzanares. 
    In recent years more information has come out through the trial about the events of that night and what has transpired since.
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    BONUS - TNTC X Nighttime: Geraldine Settee Discussion

    BONUS - TNTC X Nighttime: Geraldine Settee Discussion

    In yet another Canadian true-crime podcast eclipse, we sit down with Jordan Bonaparte of the Nighttime Podcast to have a discussion about the unsolved murder of 11-year-old Geraldine Settee.
    The murder of Geraldine Settee is one of the oldest unsolved MMIWG cases in modern Canadian history. 
    On January 1, 1970, Geraldine, an 11-year-old girl of Métis heritage, was murdered while she walked to the store to buy candy in a Winnipeg suburb.
    Although an arrest was made, the suspect was released. 
    For over half of a century, The Settee Family has been left without answers. 
    What caused this case to fall apart and remain cold for so long?
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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
152 Ratings

152 Ratings

ZeldaMonster ,

Great podcast

Very well put together, with great synopsis of these fascinating cases. Would love to hear if there are ever any updates to the cases that are discussed. Keep up the good work!

MangoIsla ,

Love this show! Please do more episodes.

This podcast is amazing. I love true crime and this podcast brings the best. The descriptions of the scenes and settings are vivid and I can imagine being at these locations. I am a fan of the Pacific Northwest / Canada and this podcast mixes that fandom with true crime and gives it all the perfect background. Please continue to make more episodes. Including MMIWG! Thank You all.

ElizabethSandman ,

Respectful

The content is really good and I love the fact that they are taking a trauma informed approach to doing true crime podcasts. The land acknowledgments are NOT silly, they go out of their way to bring attention to cases of people who are from marginalized communities and they appear to put a lot of effort into researching the cases. I truly appreciate this podcast.

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