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Crime Beat
People know their hometowns by streets, a favorite restaurant or the local mall. Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt knows hers by the crime scenes she's been to over the past 20 years. Journey deep inside some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Each episode will take you inside the story to give you details you didn't hear on the news.  New episodes every other week
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 7,186 ratings
I recommend this podcast!!
This is my favorite true crime podcast. Nancy is the best storyteller.
lumi_125 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/08/20
Nancy’s stories are captivating but almost enchanting until they aren’t. They turn into a gut wrenching story no human being should ever endure. Her empathy with each case is truly heartfelt and I can’t wait for each new episode! I love this podcast and Nancy’s brilliant journalism.
AddsP via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/20
Crime Beat
Great podcasts, I listen to the podcasts when I’m either out walking dogs or when I’m house sitting for other people’s pets while they are on holidays, or when I’m dog walking. Always looking forward to the next episode! Keep up the great work Nancy!
Kiraamaris via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/07/20
Recent Episodes
On this episode of the Global News podcastCrime Beat, crime reporter Nancy Hixt brings us to Part 3 of her special series, the Brentwood five massacre. This episode takes an in-depth look at what it means to be found not criminally responsible (NCR) in Canada. Carol de Delley understands the...
Published 04/07/20
Lawrence Hong, Kaiti Perras, Jordan Segura, Josh Hunter and Zackariah Rathwell were a group of talented young people with promising futures. On this episode of the Global News podcast Crime Beat, crime reporter Nancy Hixt brings us to Part 2 of her special series, the Brentwood five...
Published 03/24/20
On April 14, 2014, a group of friends had a small get-together at their home near the University of Calgary campus in the northwest neighbourhood of Brentwood. Five young people shared a small, grey-and-blue split-level house on a quiet block on Butler Crescent. The house was a well-known...
Published 03/10/20
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