The topic of this true crime podcast is important and sheds a light on the mistreatment of Canada's indigenous people. HOWEVER, the host, Connie Walker, makes this series almost unbearable. She crosses way too many lines, is super invasive, and definitely tip toes along the legal lines (um, since when can we record people after they explicitly ask us not to?). She is also clearly biased and only wants this narrative perceived one way. And while the second season is definitely better than the first, they are both long, drawn out, and consist of anecdotes that really don't need to be included.