About 

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The Podcast

Canadian True Crime is a fully independent podcast that tells Canadian stories of cruel people who committed heinous acts.

A key focus is honouring and respecting victims and surviors, and exploring how their loss impacted both their loved ones and the wider community.

The podcast follows a one person narrative format with ambient background music, mainly focuses on solved cases, and sticks to the facts of the crime.

Episodes are generally released on the 1st and 15th of every month.

You can listen to Canadian True Crime on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Google Play or your favourite podcast app.

Canadian True Crime was included in the Apple Podcasts (Canada) #BestOf2018 list.

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Kristi Lee

Creator + host

Canadian True Crime is primarily written, researched and narrated by Kristi Lee, an Australian who has lived in the Greater Toronto Area since 2009, and is now a proud Canadian citizen. Kristi is an avid true crime enthusiast and podcast listener. Towards the end of 2016, she saw an opportunity to create a podcast dedicated solely to true crime stories in Canada, The rest is history...
Kristi is married (to another Australian) and together they have two little Canadians. She works full-time in downtown Toronto, and still records the podcast from her walk-in closet—in her spare time.

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Erik Krosby

Audio editing, production + mixing

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Haley Gray

Research + writing
Episodes: 32 The Shafia Family, 34 The Murder of Erin Chorney

Haley Gray is long time devotee of podcasts, both behind the mic and as a listener. She's been podcasting regularly since May 2016, starting with her comedy/true crime podcast "Curiosity Kills" and more currently creating and producing a serious true crime podcast titled "Murder Road Trip".

While finishing her undergraduate degree, Haley found that her passion lies within research. She enjoys finding all the bits and pieces that make a story come to life and communicating that information to hosts who then create a narrative. Other podcasts she has researched for include True Crime Fan Club, Once Upon a Crime, and Crime & Precedents.