March 4, 2017

The Disappearance of Delaine Story: Part One

The Disappearance of Delaine Story:  Part One

This is the first episode in a series about missing and murdered native women in Canada. We head to Kenora, Ontario to tell the story of Delaine Copenace, a 16-year-old aboriginal girl who went missing one year ago and was found in Lake of the Woods a month later. We speak with her mother Anita Ross, who is still trying to make sense of her daughter’s death.

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Host and Producer: Karla Stephens-Tolstoy

Researcher, Interviewer, Editor, and Co-producer: Drew Penner


>Quinton Larry Roy Cameron “Kenora Ontario,” “Pound Cake”

>Frequency Horizon “Delaine’s Theme,” “Hiking Cross-Island in 3 Hours,” “Telling the Story”

>Lullatone “Tiny Glaciers”

>Michael Taylor “West Georgia Opus 1”

>Yuminale (Deane Holmes) “The Lacquered Bird”

>psypad “You (Intro)”


Running In Slow Motion “Falling”

Still Breathing Fire “She Rewards From Where She Stands”


Thanks to the Vancouver Public Library Inspiration Lab

And a huge thank you to the Wachiay Aboriginal Multi Media (WAMM) studio

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