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True Crime Canada

Videos about infamous Canadian true crime cases, dark history and a little bit of mystery.

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Brett Ryan - The Crossbow Killer

In 2016, The Ryan family triple murder in Scarborough, Ontario would shock the country. Even more horrifying was the weapon of choice, a crossbow. Making this case even more bizarre, and within hours of the crime, the bomb squad would be dispatched to a downtown Toronto condo, with both scenes linked to the same suspect, Brett Ryan. Brett Ryan was just weeks away from his wedding day, but when his mother threatened to expose his lies, he decided that she had to die.

The Shafia Family Murders Pt. 2

In Part 2, we will examine the crime scene, police investigation and first degree murder trial of the Shafias. On July 23, 2009, police arrested Mohammad, Tooba Yahya, and Hamed Shafia for the killings of Rona Amir, Zainab, Sahar, & Geeti. They were eventually found guilty in a Kingston, Ontario courtroom in January 2012, and sentenced to life in prison.

Guy Turcotte

In 2009, Guy Turcotte, a Quebec cardiologist, killed his two children as they slept in their Piedmont home. His first trial rendered a verdict of not criminally responsible due to apparent mental illness. The prosecution would successfully appeal and overturn the NCR verdict. In December, 2015 he would be found guilty of second degree murder of his children.

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Eps. 19 The Case of Brett Ryan - The Crossbow Killer
In 2016, The Ryan family triple murder in Scarborough, Ontario would shock the country. Even more horrifying was the weapon of choice, a crossbow. Making this case even more bizarre,...
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29 year old Mississauga murder victim identified
On March 20, 2023, at approximately 7:36 p.m., Peel Regional police responded to a call for gun shots fired in the area of Dream Crest Road and Aliconte Street of Mississauga. 29...
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Homicide at Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road Area
On Monday, March 20, 2023, at approximately 4:11 p.m., police responded to a shooting at Fairview Mall. The officers arrived on scene and found two men who had been shot in the underground...
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Death of an Inmate from Dorchester Penitentiary - Melvin Earl Miller
Melvin Earl Miller, an inmate from Dorchester Penitentiary, died while in custody, on March 16, 2023. At the time of his death, he had been serving an indeterminate sentence, which...
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Toronto Police issue Canada wide warrant for three suspects wanted for second-degree murder.
Toronto police received a call on Monday March 6 for a stabbing incident at the Sherbourne Street and Queen East area. A group of four men got into an altercation with the victim...
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Bradi McCoy of Milton, severely injured in chemical attack.
On March 9, around 1:25 in the afternoon, Bradi McCoy, 22, was walking in the area of Syer Drive and Maxted Crescent of Milton, when she was approached by a woman on foot. According...
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Missing Persons

Between 70,000 and 80,000 people are reported missing to the police in Canada each year.  Although most are found within seven days, many cases go unsolved.

This site features stories of historical missing person cases, along with details about where they were last seen.

Investigators review every tip submitted.  Even the smallest detail could be the key to bringing another individual home.

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Cold Cases

Hundreds of murders remain unsolved across Canada, despite lengthy, complex police investigations. As each day passes, an already cold case grows a little colder.   

These victims were real people who had family and friends who cared for them and miss them dearly.  All of the cases featured here remain open, your assistance could make the difference.

The smallest piece of information can be invaluable in helping the police solve the case.  If you have information regarding any of these unsolved cases, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)