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Season 2

Episode 1 — Hillary Wilson
Taken looks into Canada’s National Inquiry into its missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. At the heart of this episode is one young woman – Hillary Angel Wilson, who came from Norway House Cree Nation and was murdered in Winnipeg in August, 2009.

Episode 2 — Cheyenne Fox
On April 25th, 2013, the lifeless body of 20-year-old Cheyenne Fox, was found at the bottom of a Toronto high-rise. Earlier on that date, multiple calls were made to 911 from a condo where Cheyenne was last seen alive, but when police arrived, it was too late.

Episode 3 — Gladys Simon
Gladys Simon, of Elsipogtog First Nation, was 41 years old, and a patient at Restigouche Hospital in Campbellton, New Brunswick when she went for a walk on June 24th, 2004 in Sugarloaf Park, and did not return. Eight years later, her remains were found at a remote location in the park.

Episode 4 — Glenda Morrisseau
Glenda Morrisseau was 19-years-old when she went out with family on July 17th, 1991 near their home in Winnipeg. When they arrived home, Glenda’s sister Doreen turned around to unlock the door, and when she turned back she saw a car quickly drive off with Glenda inside. Glenda was found murdered on August 7th, 1991.

Episode 5 — Kelly Morrisseau
Kelly Morrisseau was the loving mother of three children. On the night of December 9th, 2006, Kelly, seven months pregnant, left a location in the Vanier Sector of Ottawa with an unknown male. She was found hours later with severe bodily trauma in a park in Gatineau, Quebec. Kelly did not survive her injuries.

Episode 6 — Mildred Flett
Mildred Flett was an outgoing and kind woman loved by her family, daughters, and friends. But she struggled with alcohol and was a victim of domestic abuse. On the night of June 4th, 2010, Mildred was seen getting into a brown car with her ex-boyfriend in Winnipeg, and was never heard from again.

Episode 7 — Jennifer Catcheway
Jennifer Catcheway’s family was excited to celebrate her 18th birthday, but she never arrived for her party. Having left her home in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba to Grand Rapids up Highway 6 with family members on June 19th, 2008, her family members returned home but Jennifer did not. Her family has searched for her ever since.

Episode 8 — Angela Meyer
Throughout her short life, Angela Meyer struggled with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia with the help of her close family. However, both her family and Angela herself began to feel the strain of her deteriorating mental health and the frustration at the lack of resources available to them in the Northwest Territories. On November 27th, 2010, Angela was at home visiting her family on a weekend pass from the local hospital when she disappeared from the front steps of her parents’ home.

Episode 9 — Delaine Copenace
Delaine Copenace of Kenora, Ontario went on a fun trip to the mall on February 28th, 2016, with her sister. When Delaine and her sister were separated and Delaine went missing, her family embarked on a search that involved the entire community. Tragically, Delaine’s body was found in Lake of the Woods on March 22nd, 2016.

Episode 10 — Danita Big Eagle
It has been over a decade since Danita Big Eagle, age 22, went missing from Regina, Saskatchewan, leaving two children without a mother. Danita’s mother Dianne says she last saw her daughter on February 11th, 2007. Was Danita taken by mysterious individuals, or could she have vanished from a party with friends?

Episode 11 — Felicia Solomon
Felicia Solomon was a bright and outgoing 16-year-old girl from Norway House Cree Nation, living in the city of Winnipeg. In March of 2003, Felicia left a friend’s house and never made it home. After having been missing for several months, Felicia’s partial remains were pulled from the Red River in June of 2003.

Episode 12 — Tamara Chipman and Belinda Williams
Over the course of many years, the number of missing and murdered women and girls in British Columbia has grown, just as it has throughout Canada. 22-year old Tamara Lynn Chipman was last seen near Prince Rupert on September 21st, 2005. Belinda Williams was seen for the last time in British Columbia in 1977.

Episode 13 — Jacqueline Crazybull
On July 11th, 2007, 44-year-old Jacqueline Crazybull was stabbed by a group of men in an attack that seemed to be random. That same night four other men and women of different ages and ethnicities were stabbed by the same group of men in separate incidents. They recovered from their injuries. Jackie Crazybull did not.