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  • France Alain est assassinée à bout portant sur la rue Ste-Foy à Québec en 1982. Une affaire qui a marqué notre province, d'autant plus que le crime est toujours non-résolu en 2022.

    Suite à la série Présumé Innocent : L'affaire France Alain, de nouvelles informations resurgissent, des langues se délient. Sébastien Trudel, Marie-Claude Savard et Jannie Karina-Gagné vous dévoilent ces révélations... explosives.

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  • Le célèbre reporter Claude Poirier, surnommé «le vrai négociateur» raconte dans les détails les évènements incroyables qui ont ponctué ses 63 ans de carrière. Du tueur à gage Michel Blass en passant par le célèbre Jacques Mesrine ou encore le Hells-Angels Maurice «Mom» Boucher, Claude Poirier raconte à Stéphane Berthomet les prises d’otages et les négociations auxquelles il a activement participé. Ces confidences sont le témoignage surprenant d’une époque révolue de l’histoire du crime au Québec. Meurtres, enlèvements, filatures policières et arrestations se succèdent au fil du récit de la carrière mouvementée de celui qui est connu pour son franc-parler et dont le parcours est absolument unique dans l’univers des affaires criminelles.

    Production exécutive : GoScript Média / Société de production QUB radio-NumériQ / Musique : BAM musique / Réalisation : Alexandre Pépin / Mix sonore : Philippe Séguin / Recherchiste : Jean-Baptiste Hervé / Animation et scénarisation : Stéphane Berthomet

    Crédits photos : David Himbert / Graphisme : Marie-Noëlle Williamson

  • True Crime podcast called Frost, A cold case podcast based on cases that have occurred only in Canada.

  • Christy Woodenthigh’s family rushed to her home on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation when they got the shocking news that the 33-year-old mother was dead. They arrived to find no police officers, no approaching sirens, and no sign of Christy. Missing Justice takes you inside what really happened that night and the federal investigation that followed. Christy’s family never trusted the law enforcement officers investigating her death, and bombshell testimony revealed their worst fears. CBS News reporters Cara Korte and Bo Erickson examine how the issues in Christy’s case connect to the larger Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples crisis.

  • Anyone paying attention can tell you that our criminal justice system is broken, but the complexity of the legal world overwhelms most people simply trying to get through another day.

    Public Defenseless explores the rot in the justice system and what we can do about it. Join host, Hunter Parnell, as he interviews top defense attorneys and criminal justice stakeholders from across the country as they pull apart the convoluted web of our criminal justice system.

    Like so many of you, Hunter is not an attorney, simply tired of a news cycle and talking heads that offer no real solutions to the ever-growing list of problems we face. Hunter hopes that with this information, you will share his belief that ordinary people still can make a difference.

  • Some people do extraordinary things to get rich but few come close to Big Spender. A criminal mastermind, he grew up poor in Hong Kong and obsessed with money. So, naturally, he decided to take on billionaires and governments by committing the biggest crimes of their kind the world has ever seen. This is Bad Money, a show about how power and money really work. This season: Big Spender.

  • Le balado Captives est une oeuvre originale de Annie Laurin et de Michèle Ouellette, toutes deux passionnées de mystères et de crimes réels. Elles s’attardent aux événements marquants sur la scène judiciaire au Québec ainsi qu’aux histoires de disparitions irrésolues de la province.

    Au fil des épisodes, elles relatent et discutent de faits qui les ont marquées.

  • Nouvel épisode tous les jeudis! Victoria Charlton se penche sur des histoires judiciaires non-résolues afin de les remettre en lumière et, peut-être, provoquer leur résolution.

    Saison 1: En 1981, Roxanne Luce est assassinée dans son appartement, à Longueuil. Les suspects sont nombreux, les raisons floues et les preuves non concluantes. Stéphane, son fils, décide des années plus tard de reprendre l'enquête. Il réalisera qu'il y a beaucoup plus à cette histoire que ce qu'il connaissait...

    Animation / Narration : Victoria Charlton
    Recherche / Scénario : Véronique Marcotte
    Musique / Design sonore / Montage : Dominique Plante
    Réalisation : Pascal-Hugo Caron-Cantin
    Production: Studio SF
    Société de production : QUB Radio - NumériQ Inc.

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  • Avec la plus forte concentration de maisons hantées au Canada, le Vieux-Aylmer est le théâtre de nombreux phénomènes paranormaux depuis deux siècles. L'animateur Julien Morissette fait la lumière sur des signalements d’événements inexplicables, par le biais d'archives de la Société d’histoire d’Aylmer et de témoignages de personnes de la région.

  • Ninnie LATERREUR est un podcast racontant des histoires de true crime et de cold cases mais aussi parfois d’histoires trouvées ici et là, bizarres et étranges, découvertes au fil de mes recherches. Depuis que je suis toute petite, je me régale de livres, de films et d’histoires d’horreur. À ma façon, je vous invite à entrer dans mon univers, en vous racontant des histoires ponctuées d’une ambiance lugubre et d’effets sonores. Venez me voir, n’ailliez pas peur, je ne suis pas dangereuse...

  • Secrets of the North is a podcast about true crime in Northern BC.


    Through multiple brief episodes, host Emily Gallen and co-host Spencer Hall will discuss cases that took place in Northern British Columbia with the hopes of shedding light on marginalized victims and generating leads for unsolved crimes by telling the stories of those who had their voices stolen from them. 


    Gallen and Hall cover current crimes and some that happened way back in the day when the Alaska Highway was still under construction Throughout the vast region of Northern BC, these dense forests hold secrets that they hope to uncover. 


    So come along with them for these bite-sized episodes. It’s true crime in a shot glass, with just a pinch of humour.


    Secrets of the North is a production of Energeticcity.ca.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • A podcast not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. Strange Brew is a dark comedy, true crime, paranormal, conspiracy and anything strange podcast from the great white north and united with the states. If you love anything bizarre and unusual, from aliens to serial killers, you‘ll feel right at home with Strange Brew‘s hosts. Join them on strange journeys, as they drink and discuss the Creepy and weird sides of Life. crack a cold brew and get ready because... It‘s about to get Strange!

  • On Psychoanalyzing The Patient Podcast, we’ll take a peek behind the scenes, talking to the cast and crew about what it was like to create these darkly complicated characters. We’ll also play armchair psychologists, talking to experts in the field of psychology, uncovering the themes and motivations of the characters, speculate about their past, and plot their fate.
    Hosted by Stacey Nye and Lindsay Jones
    Original Music by Kyle Merritt
    From Straw Hut Media

  • Un podcast sombre avec une passionnée d'enquêtes criminelles et un gars qui fait son possible.

  • Enter one of the most bitter labour disputes in Canadian history. The plan to extract the last gold from a once booming mine in Canada’s North pits a shrewd new president against an increasingly agitated workforce in a clash that divides a city, and descends in to violence and murder. Host Rachel Zelniker lays bare the lingering impact and hard lessons when a conflict spirals out of control.

  • Campus Killings is a Bi-Weekly true crime podcast that debuts on September 17, 2022, and releases new episodes every other Saturday.

    Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg (Women & Crime, and Direct Appeal podcasts). In each episode, Meghan and Amy dive into some of the most shocking and tragic murders to happen on school grounds, and provide their analysis as both Educators and trained Criminologists. They discuss what went wrong, and what could have been done differently to prevent the tragic outcome.

    As criminologists, Meghan and Amy teach, research, write and podcast about victims, offenders and the issues surrounding our criminal justice system-and each have over 20 years of experience working in the system in various capacities such as law enforcement, mental health and offender reentry.

    Campus Killings is researched and written by Jessica Bettencourt (DNA: ID, and Missing Persons podcasts)

    It’s produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment (Criminology, and The Murder in My Family podcasts)


    Follow Campus Killings on social media-

    On Facebook:
    facebook.com/Campuskillings

    On Twitter:
    twitter.com/CampusKillings

    Campus Killings Homepage:
    https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings

  • It happened on a frigid winter night. First, a sudden moment of terror. Then, a frantic search to find a costumed killer. “Internal Affairs,” Dateline’s next original podcast series, takes us to northern Colorado, and into an obsessive and deadly romantic affair. Reported by Josh Mankiewicz, it’s a story about bad choices, a fatal attraction and men and women who proudly wore badges at work--while living lies at home. And when the day of reckoning came, the people with the badges had to investigate their own.

  • Behind every feel-good Canadian story is another that is dark, twisted and mysterious. Come listen and learn about the stories that shook the nation -- or maybe didn't -- in our new podcast series, Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, with co-hosts Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman.

  • The high seas are beyond the reach of international law – and beyond the beat of most reporters. But Pulitzer-Prize-winner and former New York Times journalist, Ian Urbina, has sailed into uncharted territories. Urbina sets out on a years-long quest to investigate murder at sea, modern slave labour, environmental crimes and quixotic adventurers. Part travelog, part true-crime thriller, this 7-part series takes listeners to places where the laws of the land no longer exist. The Outlaw Ocean is brought to you by CBC Podcasts and the LA Times and produced by The Outlaw Ocean Project.

  • John and Amanda have lived on the fringes their whole lives. They’re on welfare, living with John’s grandma, and struggling with addiction to opioids and Dungeons and Dragons. They’ve followed crooked paths to this point. John played in heavy metal bands and dabbled with Satanism. Amanda left home and discovered heroin before her 18th birthday. The couple converts to Islam in an attempt to turn their lives around. But things take a wild turn when a mysterious figure enters their lives and draws them into a web of conspiracy, deception and terror.

    In this five-part series, host Dan Pierce will take listeners deep undercover into a sprawling anti-terror investigation, drawing on more than a hundred hours of police surveillance tape and intimate interviews with John and Amanda. Pressure Cooker is a rare glimpse inside the minds of two accused as they recount a story of love, faith and betrayal in the War on Terror.

    Early access to Pressure Cooker will be available to Canadian audiences via CBC Listen. For listeners outside of Canada, episodes will be available early and ad-free when you subscribe to the CBC True Crime Premium channel on Apple Podcasts.