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Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 3: The Village host Justin Ling investigates Bruce McArthur and whether he's connected to nearly two dozen murders from Toronto's Gay Villa ...
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The team behind season one of Uncover: Escaping NXIVM takes us inside the trial of NXIVM co-founder Keith Raniere and speaks with former member of the group Sarah Edmondson about her thoughts on the trial.
S3 E9: The Justice Project

S3 E9: The Justice Project

2019-05-1300:48:39

The Village, Bonus Episode - Trans women of colour in Detroit are confronting an epidemic of violence with the support of The Justice Project, a task force that investigates and prosecutes serious crimes against LGBTQ people. After aspiring designer and dancer Kelly Stough is murdered in Detroit, they take on her case.
S3 E8: A Confession

S3 E8: A Confession

2019-05-0600:43:441

The Village, Episode 8 - Toronto's queer community comes to grips with the truth about Bruce McArthur's crimes and pushes for changes in how violence against marginalized people is handled by police. The Toronto police cold case team has some answers in the 23 re-opened cases.
S3 E7: Out Of The Closet

S3 E7: Out Of The Closet

2019-04-2900:55:06

The Village, Episode 7 - When close to 300 men are arrested in one night in Operation Soap, Toronto's largest bathhouse raid, the queer community rises up against what they see as decades of police repression. An internal struggle in the force keeps murders unsolved.
The Village, Episode 6 - The American police who investigated Mark's murder open their files to Justin, who learns Mark's and Sandy's deaths were connected, in an unexpected way. A retired beat cop who worked the Village in the 70s shares his suspicion about who murdered Sandy.
The Village, Episode 5 - Justin traces Sandy Leblanc's steps from beloved brother with humble beginnings to well-known discoteque owner in the Village's burgeoning club scene. When he's killed, rumours are rampant about who was responsible.
S3 E4: Do. Your. Job.

S3 E4: Do. Your. Job.

2019-04-1500:46:291

The Village, Episode 4 - The head of the Toronto Police cold case team insists the historic, unsolved murders were fully investigated at the time. But Justin discovers otherwise, and learns these men lived and died in a time of no rights, and no protection, including from police.
In this update to season one, Josh Bloch sits down with Jayme Poisson, host of CBC's daily news podcast Front Burner, to unpack a number of significant developments in the case against NXIVM members. The full season of Escaping NXIVM is available in the Uncover podcast feed.
S3 E3: Meet Me Under The Clock

S3 E3: Meet Me Under The Clock

2019-04-0900:55:0412

The Village, Episode 3 - A string of unsolved murders in the 1970s share a disturbing pattern. A retired homicide detective has regrets about not solving one case: he had evidence and a sketch. But a victim's sister says police had blind spots when the victims were gay.
S3 E2: Shame and Blame

S3 E2: Shame and Blame

2019-04-0100:44:1012

The Village, Episode 2 - The community rallies as more men go missing and frustration and anger build. An anonymous source reveals how close police come to catching a serial killer, then let him go.
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Comments (87)

Dianna W

why are they having sex in public places? that is indecent no matter what your sexual preference is.

May 7th
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Eric Anderson

except Jeff, he rocks, pardon the pun. amazing open man

May 6th
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Eric Anderson

The vigil was very moving even in those short clips

May 6th
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Eric Anderson

again hindsight is 20/20; so yes do public inquiries, hold police accountable but also let the police work on changes and don't become just cop haters like the Toronto pride parade

May 6th
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TeflonGoon

What a letdown. Such a weak ending. Johanna trying to draw out nonexistent drama with that ring was simply embarrassing.

Apr 30th
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Eric Anderson

umm are you having sex in public? that's a crime

Apr 30th
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Incredible Similarity

Just the latest version of mind control exerted on susceptible people. Check out Mormans and Scientology for mind control experiments. Research Jim Jones and the People's Temple to learn about the devastating horrific end to these susceptible people and their innocent young children and babies .

Apr 29th
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Bonnie Wixom

Incredible Similarity I'm a Mormon, (not Morman) the spelling of the name isn't the only thing you got wrong. Sorry not a cult. The whole church is based on the God given right to make your own choices. You can choose to believe what you like......I can choose to correct you when you're getting it wrong.

May 16th
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Eric Anderson

k. nothing left to do with the case. that's pretty stupid and pathetic

Apr 29th
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Eric Anderson

why does any case go Unsolved? kind of stupid questions being asked about unsolved cases

Apr 28th
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Eric Anderson

kind of ironic- don't shame and blame the gay community but also yes shame and blame the police. Hindsight is 20/20.

Apr 28th
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Eric Anderson

the white guy gets the attention. surprise surprise

Apr 28th
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Eric Anderson

Had "things", human remains she means. The gay disappearances were ignored long enough in Toronto, at least dignify them with acknowledgement

Apr 28th
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Mela

The more I listen the more doubts I get about Sarah. I do not get how out of a sudden she got "shocked" when she learnt about Keith and other members of being accused of sex trafficking and cult practices. Magically after learning this, she realized that the branding on her skin were the initials of the founders. I'm guessing that as soon as you get branded and there is slavery...something is NOT right, no matter how much you want to put meaning in your life. I also still do not get my head around about her husband, where was he all this time?...can someone please explain me? during the podcast I did not hear anything about when or how the sex trafficking happened...was she involved too? did she see something? something is off, I am not quite sure what it is...

Apr 25th
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Mela

I'm a bit confused...so, Sarah's husband never noticed the branding during those 12 years? or was he part of the cult as well?

Apr 24th
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Kristinnuendo

The Village is one of the best podcasts out there. If you haven't started listening yet, you need to!

Apr 15th
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Cassie

so Canadian it hurts lol but good podcast!

Apr 14th
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Mike

Some people are so naive, it hurts when I laugh. .

Apr 13th
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Nancy Williams

What do lawyers and sperm have in common? 1 in 3 million have a chance of becoming human (Breaking Bad) The lawyer defending Keith must have to take showers hourly to try and get rid of the smell from all the bullshit his client spews.

Apr 10th
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Cassie

Nancy Williams lol I love it, so true

Apr 14th
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Lisa Strawn

It’s not Castbox, I came here bc I couldn’t get it to play on Apple. I think they may have pulled the episode.

Apr 9th
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Sarah

Carson Chiu Hi Carson, now it works well. Please check it again. :-)

Apr 11th
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Sarah

Lisa Strawn Hi Lisa, now this episode works well. The podcaster has fixed the content. Please check it again. :-)

Apr 11th
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Kelly Piliere

yeah I can't download or stream either

Apr 8th
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Sarah

Kelly Piliere Hi Kelly, it works well now. Please check it again. :-)

Apr 11th
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