Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 25: May 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada
Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 25: May 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown
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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in May 2022. We run through the statistics at the start, including our count of the number of homicides in Canada so far in 2022, the oldest and youngest victims and how many homicides occurred in each province and territory. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in May along with a few updates on previous homicides.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 24: April 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown

Homicide Canada
Homicide Canada
Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 24: April 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown
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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in April 2022. We run through the statistics at the start, including our count of the number of homicides in Canada so far in 2022, the oldest and youngest victims and how many homicides occurred in each province and territory. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in April along with a few updates on previous homicides.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 22: March 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 22: March 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown
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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in March 2022. We run through the statistics at the start, including our count of the number of homicides in Canada so far in 2022, the oldest and youngest victims and how many homicides occurred in each province and territory. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in March along with a few updates on previous homicides.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 20: January 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 20: January 2022 Canadian Homicides Rundown







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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in January 2022. We run through the statistics at the start, including our count of the number of homicides in Canada so far in 2022. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in January along with a few updates on previous homicide.

Update Teen Charged – 16-year-old Lucas Gaudet dies of stabbing injuries in Pointe-Claire

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Lucas Gaudet, 16, was stabbed during a confrontation with several teens just outside St-Thomas High School in the Pointe-Claire on Tuesday, February 8th. The victim was a student at John Rennie High School, located roughly two kilometers from St. Thomas High School.

According to reports, a motorist came to the aid of the teenager until the arrival of first responders. 16-year-old Gaudet was rushed to hospital, suffering from stabbing injuries to the upper body. Sadly the teen succumbed to his injuries on February 10th. A 15-year-old was also injured during the altercation but only sustained minor injuries.

Originally a 16-year-old boy was charged with attempted murder and six other counts in connection with the stabbing. Now that the victim has died Police said an autopsy will be performed and that further charges could be laid.

Update February 18th
A 16-year-old has been charged with second-degree murder and attempted murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of Lucas Gaudet. The teen will remain detained until his bail hearing, which has been pushed back to March 1.

A gofundme campaign has been created to help his family with the hospital and funeral expenses.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 18: December 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 18: December 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown







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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in December 2021. We run through the statistics at the start, including which province has the highest homicide rate and our count of the number of homicides in Canada total in 2022. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in December along with a few updates on previous homicides, including an update on the Barry and Honey Sherman murders.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 17: November 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 17: November 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown







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Hosts Phil and Tami are back to go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in November. We run through the statistics at the start, including which province has the highest homicide rate and our count of the number of homicides in Canada total in 2021. We discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in November along with a few updates on previous homicides.

Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 12: July 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown

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Homicide Canada Podcast Episode 12: July 2021 Canadian Homicides Rundown
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Hosts Phil and Tami go over the homicides in Canada that occurred in Canada in July. We run through the statistics at the start and then discuss some of the more noteworthy murders that occurred in July along with a few updates on previous homicides.

Mother and her two children found murdered in Montreal

It has been reported that Montreal police discovered the bodies of Dahia Khellaf and her two sons ages 2 & 4, on December 11th when police visited their home in the Montreal neighbourhood of Pointe-aux-Trembles to inform Khellaf that her estranged husband was found deceased.

Khellaf’s husband Nabil Yssaad, 46, and the boys’ father killed himself in Joliette, Quebec on December 10th. Reports said he jumped from the sixth floor of a hospital, where he had gone to the saying he had suicidal thoughts.

The 2019 Montreal Homicide Victim List is available here.

Montreal Homicide #18 – Man dies following shooting at a Montreal Hotel

Montreal police responded to report of a shooting at a hotel on de Maisonneuve Boulevard and Lambert Closse Street in Montreal’s Shaughnessy Village on December 4th at approximately 3:30am.

It has been reported that the 26-year-old male victim was shot in the upper body in a hotel room. He was rushed to hospital where he died as a result of his injuries.

Montreal police spokesperson Raphaël Bergeron said “Witnesses, the other people in the room, aren’t collaborating with police.” Investigators believe the suspect is between 25 and 30 years old and may have fled on foot.

The 2019 Montreal Homicide Victim List is available here.