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Season 4

Episode 1 — Doreen, Ronald, Russell, and Ryan Jack
Little is known about the case of a missing family from Prince George, British Columbia since August
1989. 26-year-old couple Doreen and Ronald Jack received an offer of employment from an unknown man in a pub, immediately packed up their belongings and their children, 9-year-old Russell, and 4-yearold Ryan. The family followed the unknown man to a remote camp…never to be seen again.

Episode 2 — Colten Pratt
Colten Pratt, 26-years-old, moved from his community Long Plain First Nation to pursue a career in media and music in the city of Winnipeg. Colten was achieving success when he was last seen on November 6, 2014 at the Marlborough Hotel, then at a bus shelter on Main Street and Redwood Avenue in Winnipeg. Colten is Two-Spirited, and his family continues to search, and to honour Colten at Pride events.

Episode 3 — Annie Pootoogook
Annie Pootogook was a renowned Inuit artist from Cape Dorset, Nunavut whose body was found in the
Rideau River near Bordeleau Park in Ottawa on September 19, 2016. Annie’s death was treated as suspicious, but not enough evidence was found to build a case that has led to justice. Annie’s loved ones responded when an Ottawa Police officer made racist social media comments connected to Annie’s story.

Episode 4 — April Carpenter
April Carpenter was working on her high school education and wanted to be a social worker. She was last seen April 26, 2018 at the Health Sciences Center, a hospital in central Winnipeg. Her body was pulled from the Red River on May 16, 2018. Her family believes someone knows something, and April’s mother wants everyone to know that April did not put herself in the river.

Episode 5 — William Wapoose
In September 2014, William Wapoose was found dead in Chapples Park, on the south end of Chapples
Drive, discovered by a cyclist. Police immediately confirmed that the father of two daughters’ death was a homicide and that he was the victim of foul play. In June of 2019, two men were arrested in William’s death, but the trials are pending, and justice has yet to be served.

Episode 6 — Sunshine Wood
Sunshine Wood travelled to Winnipeg from her home community of God’s River, Manitoba to attend high school. The last time Sunshine was seen was February 20, 2004, outside the downtown Winnipeg’s St.
Regis Hotel. Project Devote, a joint task force between the RCMP and Winnipeg Police Service, has been working on Sunshine’s case, but it has not led to answers.

Episode 7 — Elaine Alook
Elaine Frieda Alook, 35, was last seen on May 11, 2004 on Tower Road outside of Fort McMurray,
Alberta. More than fifteen years after she went missing, RCMP, family, and friends gather to search for her. Elaine was the first portrait that illustrator Evan Munday sent to Stephen Harper via Twitter to raise awareness for MMIWG, and call for action.

Episode 8 — Cody Wolfe
17-years-old, Cody Ridge Wolfe, from the Muskowekwan First Nation in Saskatchewan, was last seen at his grandmother’s residence in Lestock, Saskatchewan on April 29, 2011, at 10:30 p.m. RCMP continue to investigate Cody’s disappearance. Cody left his grandmother’s house to go to visit a friend. His family have searched exhaustively for Cody for several years.

Episode 9 — Diana Rattlesnake
Wilma Ann Hanska pled guilty to manslaughter after taking the life of her husband with whom she had an abusive relationship and spent four years in prison. She started a new life in Brandon and went by the name Diana Rattlesnake following her release but continued to live through abusive relationships. On October 28, 2004, at the age of 48, Diana was found deceased in a Brandon, Manitoba rooming house.

Episode 10 — Greg Dawson
On April 6, 2017, RCMP in Whitehorse received a call of a sudden death. They attended the scene and found the body of 45-year-old Greg Dawson. Greg’s death is being investigated as a homicide, though there are no solid leads in the case. Greg was an artist who loved martial arts movies, and spending time with his family.

Episode 11 — Marilyn Rose Munroe
Marilyn Munroe was the mother of four, and an outgoing person with many friends. She lived at an address police say appears to be connected to methamphetamine use and sales, and they suspect that
Marilyn had been involved in meth use. Marilyn’s family honours her live with vigils, as law enforcement continues to investigate her death. Marilyn’s Aunt Viola Panacheese went missing in 1991.

Episode 12 — Sylvia Guiboche
The mother of a one-year-old girl and pregnant at the time of her disappearance, Sylvia may have been in an abusive relationship when she moved to Winnipeg. Five months later she disappeared. It is believed that two people who were known to Sylvia came to her apartment on Furby Street the last evening she was last known to be seen in July 2003. Sylvia has not been heard from since.

Episode 13 — The Final Episode
The last episode of the last season brings the entire series to an empowering conclusion that pays homage to all the stories, explores the current state of the issues behind the issues, offers resources, introduces audiences to the true MMIWG and MMIMB stories of the cast and crew, and asks the question, “what’s next?” leaving the audience with not only a call to action, but a sense of hope.