Eliot Newton is a writer for Canadian True Crime Podcast.
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.Podcast recommendation:The Hopeful - Canadian show of the year for 2020.Described as a "riveting story" and "beautifully inspiring tale of perseverance and strength", this is the story of a man’s journey from Iran to Canada, told with the help of his daugher.Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research and writing: Kristi Lee in consultation with Josh WhitewayAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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.This month we have donated to:The Alpha House Project - Winnipeg - a year-long program for women and their children leaving an abusive relationship. Podcast recommendation:Island Crime: Gone BoysThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreWebsite and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Credits: Research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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 GazetteSex Garage raid a turning point in Montreal’s LGBT activism by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal GazetteHIV basics from Catie.ca (Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information)People living with HIV in Canada: infographic [PDF]Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month’s donation has gone to:Interligne.co - offers 24/7 support to LGBTQ + people in both English and French, as well as their loved ones and staff in community, school, health and social services.2SLGBTQIA+ Youth hotline: text or phone 1 888 505-1010 - there are no taboo subjects :)Podcast recommendation:Framed - An Investigative StoryThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here Looking for ad-free episodes? Become a supporter!Access early episodes, without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research and 2SLGBTQIA+ content advise: Eliot Newton / GenderbanditWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSpecial thanks to Timecop 1983 for use of Gone and Memories (first two tracks used) from the albums Lovers Parts 1 and 2.Social medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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 innocent parties. Any links between names chosen and real people involved in the story are coincidental. Podcast recommendationCourt JunkieElder abuse resourcesCanada - Call toll-free 1 800-O-Canada (1-800-622-6232), itsnotright.ca/, www.canada.ca/seniors, Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder AbuseAustralia - Protecting the Rights of Older AustraliansUS - National Center on Elder AbuseUK - Action on Elder AbuseThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreSocial mediasFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloCreditsResearch: Jessica AnnWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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