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SEASON FINALE - Back September 1 | Thanks for your support! QUEBEC | New Year’s Eve, 1979. The rural mining town of Chapais was preparing to bring in 1980 in style with a fundraiser for 300 people. But just after midnight, the careless actions of one guest caused a fire that would leave the community forever changed. Residential Schools resources &…
 
Ashley is a special education teacher in Dallas ISD and a volunteer with Young Life Capernaum. She discusses her years of work and what those of us who don't have that same experience, should learn to best serve and dignify the special needs community. Follow Ashley on Twitter @AshleyNMiller5 Follow Ashley on Instagram @ShiningInSped Get Involved o…
 
Najee Rashad hosted me in his home for a discussion on reflection, fatherhood, writing, journaling, the power of our words, faith being passed from generation to generation, appreciating beauty and more! Check out Najee's website: NajeeRashad.com Follow Najee on Twitter @NajRashad Follow Najee on Instagram @NajRashad Follow us on Instagram @100thou…
 
This episode is borrowed from our new sister podcast, The 100thousand Podcast, an audio magazine. We keep it 100, exploring a thousand topics. Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Luke Norsworthy joins us telling stories about a testy outdoor basketball game, befriending NT Wright, his own monsters, Bitcoin, deconstruction, being the teacher who follo…
 
Luke Norsworthy joins us telling stories about a testy outdoor basketball game, befriending NT Wright, his own monsters, Bitcoin, deconstruction, being the teacher who followed Matt Chandler at a Bible study in Abilene and more! Luke is Lindsey’s husband, the father of 3 beautiful girls, the host and creator of the weekly podcast, Newsworthy with N…
 
This episode is borrowed from our new sister podcast Support The Fort, covering the current culture and celebrating the history of the greatest city in the world, Fort Worth, Texas. Support The Fort! It's Worth it. Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Bosa Odiase is the Design Director of Mercy Culture Church. She’s a poet, an author, clothing designe…
 
[ Part 2 of 2 ] MANITOBA | The court hears testimony from Sydney Teerhuise and Dan Zupansky, the jury decides whether Sydney Teerhuise had intent to commit murder that day, and Dan Zupansky tells us what his theories are about the case. More information: Dan Zupansky’s book: Trophy Kill: The Shall We Dance Murder by Dan Zupansky True Murder podcast…
 
[ Part 1 of 2 ] MANITOBA | In 2003, the day after Canada Day, a 33 year old man walked through the front door of the Winnipeg Remand Centre. He said he’d woken up in his hotel room and there was a dead, dismembered body in the bathtub. He insisted he blanked out and couldn’t remember committing the murder. The circumstances of the case were shockin…
 
There isn't a bigger fan of J. Cole than Jody Lagway. He runs a Facebook group called "HIP HOP HEADS!!!!" that has over 100 carefully vetted members with some of the BEST discussion on the entire internet around the hip hop game. We break down Fayetteville's finest's newest album The Off-Season, discuss where it lands in his legacy and whether it g…
 
This episode is borrowed from our new sister podcast, The 100thousand Podcast, an audio magazine. We keep it 100, exploring a thousand topics. Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Justin Bowman (Detroit Pistons fan) and I sit down to discuss all the NBA awards for this 2021 season. We make our selections for Rookie of the Year, all Rookie 1st and 2nd …
 
Justin Bowman (Detroit Pistons fan) and I sit down to discuss all the NBA awards for this 2021 season. We make our selections for Rookie of the Year, all Rookie 1st and 2nd teams, 6th Man of the Year, Coach of the Year, Most Improved Player, Defensive Player of the Year, all Defensive 1st and 2nd teams and lastly, MVP and All NBA 1st, 2nd & 3rd tea…
 
This episode is borrowed from our new sister podcast, The 100thousand Podcast, an audio magazine. We keep it 100, exploring a thousand topics. Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Zach Garza joins the show to discuss his new book, You Can Mentor. We explore why someone should mentor, pitfalls to avoid, strategies on how to do it, the correct goals for…
 
Zach Garza joins the show to discuss his new book You Can Mentor. We explore why someone should mentor, pitfalls to avoid, strategies on how to do it, the correct goals for mentoring and more! Buy the book - You Can Mentor Listen to the podcast - You Can Mentor Visit the website - YouCanMentor.com Follow us on Instagram @100thousandPodcast. Shoutou…
 
This episode is borrowed from our new sister podcast Support The Fort, covering the current culture and celebrating the history of the greatest city in the world, Fort Worth, Texas. Support The Fort! It's Worth it. Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Mattie Parker is running for Mayor of Fort Worth. Listen to her discuss her experience serving our ci…
 
[ Part 3 of 3 ] The conclusion. Watch: The Fifth Estate episode "collateral damage" Credits: Research: Danielle Paradis Additional research and writing: Kristi Lee Audio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of True Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams Social medias: Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrime Twitter: @Cana…
 
[ Part 2 of 3 ] ALBERTA | With everyone questioning how the Mayerthorpe Tragedy was permitted to happen, the RCMP were convinced James Roszko must have had someone helping him—and they were determined to do whatever it took to find this person and bring them to justice. Watch: The Fifth Estate episode "collateral damage" Thanks for supporting our s…
 
[ Part 1 of 3 ] ALBERTA | In 2005, bailiffs were sent to the property of a man called James Roszko to repossess a truck, but the situation devolved into a devastating tragedy that made international headlines. Podcast recommendation: Criminal Conduct - Season 2 Thanks for supporting our sponsors! See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?…
 
Follow The 100thousand Podcast on Instagram. Shoot us a DM on Instagram @TheConConPod. Listen to The Contentious Consensus Podcast as a Zoomer and a Millennial flex free speech by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports and more! By becoming a Patreon investor, you’ll get access to unaired episodes, exclusive merch and opportunities plus hel…
 
ONTARIO | In 1966, a disgruntled man purchased ten sticks of dynamite, assembled a bomb, and travelled with it to Ottawa—headed for the Parliament of Canada. Podcast recommendation: Corpus Delecti - Robin "Rocky" Myers investigation special series Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to: True North Aid - serves and suppor…
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA | In August 1982, a family of six set out on what was supposed to be an idyllic two-week camping trip. They never returned home. This sparked what would be the most expensive and highly-publicized manhunt in Canadian history. Petition: Help the Johnson and Bentley Family Read and sign the petition here Thanks for supporting our spo…
 
ONTARIO | In 2006, a close-knit family tried to deal with an escalating crisis, but they could only do so much before the situation ended in a devastating and senseless tragedy. Resources related to Canadian Victims of Crime Canadian Victims Bill of Rights (Bill C-32) Get involved: pre-written email to send to members of parliament Canadian Resourc…
 
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR | In 2019, Josh Whiteway and Suzanne Lush were ready to return to Calgary after spending a wonderful week with their families in Lewisporte, NL. But on the way to the airport, they would be involved in a tragic crash that would change their lives forever. PLEASE NOTE: This episode referrs to a “car accident” or “accident” …
 
MANITOBA | In 2000, Beverley Rowbotham moved her family from Saskatchewan to Manitoba after her husband Mark Stobbe was offered a high-profile job there. But as they started settling into their new house, the problems started…. and it was one thing after another. Canadian True Crime donates monthly to organizations helping those facing injustice. T…
 
QUEBEC | In 1989, 23-year-old Joe Rose and a friend boarded a Montreal bus home in the early morning hours. What happened next would be described as a turning point for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in Quebec. Recommended resources for further reading: Prejudice to pride: The forgotten murder of Joe Rose, by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal Ga…
 
ONTARIO | 82 year old Richard Humble needed knee surgery, but because he lived alone, he would need a caregiver to help him as he recovered. An old friend recommended someone who might be able to help him—but what she ended up doing was the exact opposite. *Please note - some names in this episode have been changed to protect the privacy of innocen…
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA | In May of 2011, 20 year old Maddy Scott and a friend attended a party at Hogsback Lake in British Columbia. They were supposed to camp for the night, but the friend decided to leave, and Maddy was eventually left by herself. This was the last time anyone saw her. WATCH: The Vanishing of Madison Scott and the Recreation video VISI…
 
Make sure you listen to Episode 79 first! Find Lili Knighton: Website: www.LiliKnighton.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knightonmentalhealth/ Approximate timestamps: 0.00 Lili talks about her background including trials of Paul Bernardo and Bradley Edwards (Claremont Serial Killer trial) 4:00 Serial Killers and their motivations 10:00 Was …
 
QUEBEC In 1999, four women were found murdered in the greater Montreal area. They all lived alone, there were no signs of forced entry, and the crime scenes were so violent that even the most seasoned of investigators were shocked. But one day, the killer would make a mistake. This is the story of the crimes of the Quebec serial killer known as “Th…
 
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND YUKON The story of Canada's longest manhunt. In 1931 a strange man arrived at Fort McPherson in the Northwest Territories—and disrupted the status quo. SURVEY: Tell us what you think about Canadian True Crime! Take survey now Thanks for supporting my sponsors! See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canad…
 
Part 2 of a 2-part series The RCMP continue their investigation into the death of Laura Letts, and make an interesting discovery. From there, things would spiral completely out of control. SURVEY: Tell us what you think about Canadian True Crime! Take survey now Canadian True Crime donates each month to a local justice-focused organization. This mo…
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA After a painful breakup, Laura Letts decided to take leave from her job and travel abroad. While on tour in New Zealand, she would meet someone new, and her life would forever be changed. Canadian True Crime donates each month to a local justice-focused organization. This month’s donation has gone to: Alberta Council of Women's She…
 
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