With Leah Erin

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 Torso in the Lake - The Case of Adam Strong

In the summer of 2017, in Oshawa Ontario, Rori Hache suddenly went missing. A few weeks later, her torso would be found in Lake Ontario, and Durham police began an intensive homicide investigation . Police did not link her death to Adam Strong until January, 2018 after plumbers trying to clear a blockage in the pipes of his apartment, contacted police with a horrific discovery of suspected human remains.

The Cottage Killer David Snow

During the winter of 1992, a man nicknamed the House Hermit by police, was committing strange break and enters in the community of Caledon Ontario. Several months later, Nancy and Ian Blackburn suddenly disappeared from their cottage in Orangeville. They would be found murdered a week later, inside the trunk of Nancy’s car outside of the couple’s Toronto home. Police quickly focused their investigation on David Alexander Snow, an eccentric local who owned an antique shop in Orangeville. He would evade capture for weeks, going on the run and eventually turning up in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he went on a two week crime spree before being apprehended, and later declared a dangerous offender by the courts.

Latest Articles

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Double homicide in Stoney Creek after landlord-tenant dispute
Hamilton police are investigating a double homicide that occurred shortly before 6pm on Saturday, May 27, 2023. When police responded to the call at 322 Jones Road in Stoney Creek,...
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Public Safety Advisory: Federal Parolee, Kyle Andrews WANTED
The Peel Regional Police Intimate Partner Violence Unit are asking the public for assistance in locating a violent offender who is at large and may be in the Region of Peel. Kyle...
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UNSOLVED: Nadine Gurczenski, Vineland, ON, (1999)
On May 8 1999, the body of Nadine Gurczenski was found in a ditch in the Victoria Avenue (Regional Road #24) and 8th Avenue area of Vineland. She was partially clothed, and her...
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Convicted murderer, Joshua Kohl, back in custody
On May 17, 2023, inmate Joshua Kohl was apprehended by the Kingston Police. Kohl had previously escaped from Collins Bay Institution on May 16, 2023. According to an OPP spokesperson,...
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UNSOLVED: Karen Woodcock, Peterborough, ON (1973)
On July 1st 1973, the body of Karen Woodcock was found on the side of the road, just south of Highway 7. She had been hit over the head repeatedly. An autopsy revealed that death...
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Convicted murderer, Joshua Kohl, escapes from Kingston prison.
On May 16, 2023 during a formal count, staff members at the minimum-security unit from Collins Bay Institution, a multi-level security federal institution, discovered that Joshua Kohl...
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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)