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Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo

Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo

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Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.
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Donna Goard

Missing and murdered

Jun 3rd
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Kyla Jordon Doroh

more more more please!

Jun 1st
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Natasha Hatendi

the best podcast ever! the presenter is so culturally sensitive and does an amazing job presenting. These podcast are so needed for education and changing attitudes in Canada. Keep them coming! love to hear more about residential schools and TB hospitals.

May 28th
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Carolina Martinez

Learned so much listening to this podcast. Thank you!

May 21st
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Julie Blackwell

are there any more episodes planned?

Apr 20th
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Tiffany Glazier

love love love as a women with Indian heritage I am consumed and now searching for my tribe back ground to know what happened to them during these aweful years

Apr 19th
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Christopher Goslin

I'm a listener from Dublin and I never knew anything about the 60s Scoops and anyone I tell are shocked and horrified they haven't heard about these attrocities either and I feel somewhat guilty for not knowing. These are only two stories of thousands why isn't this mentioned anywhere in our school history books when growing up?

Apr 6th
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Ezra Fickov

Slaena Tornayda you actually sound really willing, even anxious, to judge an entire group (an incredibly diverse population in opinion and heritage... Americans) as a block. pretty hypocritical. particularly in regards to your assertion that Americans lack self awareness... way to set the example. but I can promise you I won't judge the rest of your nation upon the poor rational of one of it's citizens.

May 15th
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Slaena Tornayda

BKOB'S MOM sure mommy

Apr 26th
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Lindley Hooper

It was incredibly unethical to start recording after being told not to. As a journalist, she should've just began to take detailed notes. If someone doesn't wish to be recorded, that request should be honored. Period.

Apr 5th
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Lina M. Harper

Lindley Hooper Connie is an ethical and amazing journalist, who recorded in order to not miss one detail. she even said it was for posterity and not for publication. umm hello.

Jun 5th
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Tina

One of my most favorite podcasts.

Apr 5th
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Jessica Forde

Connie and crew your podcasts are so professional, educational and emotional. Well done!!

Apr 5th
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Heather Miller-Grant

thank you so much for bringing stories like this to life.

Apr 3rd
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Nat

Heartbreaking to listen to. 😢

Apr 2nd
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Sarah Robertson

Highly recommend this podcast. The journalism is so high quality that you get drawn in to the story of Cleo and her family immediately.

Apr 2nd
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Matthew Arthur Chalifour

well done Connie Walker, to you and your team. a great piece of journalism delivered directly from the heart. I feel this was created not for the ratings, but the ratings gave the ability for the Sameganis family to all be Reunited.

Apr 2nd
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Slaena Tornayda

Matthew Arthur Chalifour i love this podcast. i have learned so much about the first peoples of canada, unintentionally, and am so sad to see the heartbreaking parallels to our own first nation peoples in Australia. We have, shamefully, a similar history of cultural genocide and forced assimilation, we refer to as the stolen generation. well done Connie and team for your thoughtful and nuanced approach

Apr 21st
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Alethea Wares Steiner

I only see 8 episodes in Finding Cleo but I feel like it's not over. It seemed like there was more to come. Am I missing something?

Mar 23rd
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heatherwade85

Alethea Wares Steiner It is still in progress. There will be more episodes.

Mar 23rd
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Issa Kelly

Connie and her team do such a beautiful job of telling these stories. Her tenderness, thoughtful approach, and ability to tell the backstory in parallel to the main story is unsurpassed. She covers the initial loss, the search, the historical information of the First Nations community, the generational trauma and it's continued impact on the First Nations. First season and second season you will need tissues.

Mar 23rd
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Nina Rosang

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Absolutely a five star review for this podcast. Connie Walker and team are doing an amazing job!

Mar 22nd
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Tina

One of the best podcasts. As someone from the US, I had no idea about the 60s scoop. Thank you for this

Mar 22nd
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Issa Kelly

Tina Sadly it all happened in the US, too. there is a movie on YouTube called "the Canary effect" that will give you a 90 minute primmer on the US First Nations history from time of colonization to present day.

Mar 23rd
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Kim Curry Lewallen

is there a weekly update on cleo..or does it just end with #5

Mar 16th
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Derek Sproul

Kim Curry Lewallen 2 episodes in 10 minutes just released

Mar 20th
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Corinne Lauritsen

OK how do I watch these. I am confused this is not like other casts. Where do I even start?

Mar 15th
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Lisa McPherson

Corinne Lauritsen They’re a bit jumbled, but if your starting from the beginning each season is a different crime so you can start from season 1 episode 1.

Mar 20th
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