A true crime series that takes viewers deep into some of Canada’s most infamous criminal cases. Using extensive archives and intimate family interviews, each week new details are revealed that go beyond the news headlines giving a voice to victims and their families, unraveling how each case was solved, and exploring lasting impacts on the community and justice system.
In a small town located less than an hour from Canada's largest military base, a rash of break-ins escalates to assault and then murder; tire tracks point police to someone above suspicion.Watch Now:Amazon
Two neighbors that live just two doors apart decide they should get together for a barbeque; that get-together takes a deadly turn that results in a shocking 911 call and a compelling police interrogation.
Lead homicide detectives reveal the tactics used to catch the killer of Holly Jones, a Toronto 10-year-old who was found murdered in 2003; Holly's mother shares memories of her daughter and her family's efforts to fight child pornography.
When the remains of two children are found in Vancouver's Stanley Park in 1953, the public and police are puzzled about their identities; advances in DNA technology help investigators make a shocking discovery.Watch Now:Amazon
A little boy had a sleepover at his grandparent’s home. When his mother returned to pick him up the next morning—all three were gone. That was the starting point of one of the longest Amber Alerts in Canadian history. Who would kidnap a five-year-old child and his grandparents, and why? It was a race against the clock to find the missing trio. Follow along as police uncover shocking forensic evidence and learn the twist that finally leads investigators to identify a suspect.Watch Now:Amazon
Shannon Madill had everything going for her; she had just landed an audition for a role in a television series; was looking forward to moving from Calgary to Edmonton; the audition was recorded on video; hours later she vanished.
Dismembered remains belonging to a child are uncovered, and Alan Carter returns to the scene of the crime 20 years later, reuniting with the lead detective and a community coming together in grief.
It was October 1984 in a small town outside Toronto; a young girl went missing; three months later, Christine Jessop's body was found more than 50 kilometers away from her Queensville home.
A caring nurse and mother of three viciously murdered after a break-in at her home, while her 3 children slept in another room unaware of the attack.
On August 17, 1994, in Kelowna B.C., eight-year-old Mindy Tran hopped on her bike and pedaled over to a nearby friend's house to ask her to play; she was never seen again.
A German tourist travels across the world with his family to witness the splendor of the Canadian Rockies; without warning, a chance encounter and a single bullet interrupts their trip and changes their lives forever.Watch Now:Amazon
The body of 40-year-old doctor Elana Fric was discovered by a passerby in a ravine just north-west of Toronto; the man arrested and charged for the crime sent shockwaves through Toronto's tight-knit medical community.
New leads in the 10 year old case of a 42-year-old nurse brutally murdered in her home; her family questions why it is taking so long to make an arrest.
A young mother was found dead in her home, her little girl was missing sparking an amber alert. A nation was on alert and held out hope that Taliyah would be found alive. Police used advancements in technology to find the little girl. Her ex was in the spotlight and public opinion pointed to him but this was a true whodunnit.
They each met him online and knew him only as 'Bruce.' He gained their trust, only to turn on them when they were at their most vulnerable. two men reveal their near-death experiences at the hands of notorious serial killer Bruce McArthur.
Penny Boudreau reported her 12-year-old daughter Karissa missing on the night of a heavy snowstorm in January 2008; in an emotional news conference, the Nova Scotia mother made a tearful appeal for the public's help in finding the little girl.
Reporter Caryn Lieberman reveals how Larry Arnold's murder investigation is linked to the 1997 killing of a 20-year-old woman hundreds of kilometers away in North Bay, Ontario. Sarah Whitehead was sexually assaulted and murdered as she left a mall. Both murders were mysteries that almost went unsolved, two seemingly unrelated cases, until DNA from a cigarette butt led police to the killer. A serial rapist and murderer whose crimes crossed provincial borders and some of which likely remain unsolved to this day.
It was a crime unlike anything ever seen before in Canada. The horror of the 'Wells Gray Murders' forty years ago still haunts investigators involved in the case, as well as family and friends of the victims. In August 1982, David Shearing stalked and murdered three generations of a family while they were out on a summer camping trip in B.C. After a long cross-country investigation, police learn the killer was always closer than suspected. What was the murderer's motive for such a horrific crime?Watch Now:Amazon
On September 28, 2011, 19-year-old Maple Batalia, an aspiring model, actress and doctor, is shot and killed in a university campus parking lot; security camera footage pans away at the last moment, leaving her last minutes alive a mystery.
With a little boy and his grandparents still missing, police make a dramatic arrest. A search of the suspect’s property leads to one disturbing discovery after another. DNA was found, but still no bodies. What happened to Nathan O’Brien, and Alvin and Kathy Liknes? Learn how a petty grudge festered and grew into a murderous plot, and the shocking key evidence seen from high above the killer’s property… in the conclusion of Hunted by Evil.Watch Now:Amazon
25 years ago, an unknown driver shot and killed Constable André Lalonde, known for his friendly nature and big mustache; Mike Armstrong explores the impact of this murder on Lalonde's wife and two children, and the continuing hunt for the killer.
A young Calgary woman goes missing, and a 911 call results in the discovery of an older couple dead in their home, leading police to uncover the tragic connection between the two cases as they uncover evidence of a senseless killing spree.Watch Now:Amazon
When 27-year-old Caitlin Potts disappears from the North Okanagan in February 2016, police are puzzled. Although her body has never been found, Mounties believe she has been murdered. And then, over the next year and a half, four other women disappear too. One of the women's bodies is found on the Sagmoen family farm and many start to point the finger at Curtis Sagmoen. But although he has spent time in jail for other offences, he's never been charged with murder. In this episode of Crime Beat, reporter Jules Knox investigates whether these cases could somehow be connected?
A Calgary mother disappeared in March 2015. Months later her body was found in a ditch by a road construction crew. The autopsy revealed she was stabbed 75 times.
After a torso is found floating in the Oshawa Harbour, the family of 18-year-old Rori Hache is horrified to learn the human remains belong to the missing teen. But when a local plumber calls in a “flesh-like” substance clogging a drain, the horror only grows.Watch Now:Amazon
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