It’s 2021. It’s been a hell of a year and Dark Poutine is still ticking along. That said, I need a quick break for my sanity and to do some behind the scenes work to freshen up some of the elements the show. Dark Poutine will be returning on April 19, 2021, with the same level of careful research and compassionate, personal story telling with new guest hosts, a shiny new logo and some new music. See you in a month, so until then, don’t forget to be a good egg and not a bad apple.

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Episode 165: On the afternoon of July 24, 2015, the RCMP were called by the residents of 192 Pleasant Grove Road, outside of Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island. They said that the night before there had been a fight between a man, Joel Lawrence Clow, 46, and a woman, Clow’s 40-year-old on an off-again girlfriend and mother of one, Traci Lynn Lynch. Responding officers knew they would be investigating a domestic dispute, they’d dealt with Traci and Joel before. Things became more serious when cops discovered Traci, deceased on Clow’s property.

Sources:

R v. Clow, 2017 PESC 9 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/h4g38 >
R v. Clow, 2017 PESC 10 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/h4g39 >
R v. Clow, 2017 PESC 12 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/h5jd3>
R v Clow, 2019 PECA 5 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/hxmb0 >

Trial – Day 1

Trial – Day 2

Trial – Day 3

Trial – Delay

Trial – Day 4

Trial – Day 5

Trial – Day 6

Trial – Day 7

Trial – Day 7b

Trial – Day 8

How This P.E.I. Program Helps Women Take Back Control After Leaving Abusive Relationships | CBC News | Ethical Editor

Belvedere Funeral Home – Traci Lynch Obituary

Clow / Lynch Timeline – CBC

Why People Stay – The Hotline

Ending Violence Association of Canada

Domestic Violence and Abuse – HelpGuide.org

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Episode 164: On July 12, 1997, in the town of Kitimat, British Columbia, after months of tension, tempers boiled over, and a violent altercation took place between a mad man and four young men. Three of the men, Michael Mauro and Mark Teves, both 20 and 21-year-old David Nunes were dead, and another, 20-year-old Donny Oliveira, was barely clinging to life after a local man named Kevin Louis Vermette allegedly blasted away at the group with a sawed-off shotgun before disappearing into the brush. He is still on the loose almost 24 years later.

Co-host: Carol Browne

Sources:

Suspected BC murderer: Vermette still on the loose | Dawson Creek Mirror

$25,000 reward in Kitimat triple murder cold case set to expire  | Globalnews.ca

Wanted by the RCMP: Kevin  Louis  Vermette | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

B.C. town rescinds $25,000 reward for info on 1997 triple-murder. Some donors want their money back | National Post

A hockey game gets rowdy, and other Kitimat police files this week – Kitimat Northern Sentinel

Wanted man who fled B.C. city 16 years ago may be alive: RCMP – The Globe and Mail

Experienced outdoorsman flees into forest after killing 3 young adults and injuring another with a shotgun. Police believe he may still be alive. : UnresolvedMysteries

Fifteen years on, the questions remain – Terrace Standard

America’s Most Wanted Fans – Kevin Vermette

KEVIN LOUIS VERMETTE | Wanted For Murder (July 1997, Kitimat, BC)

Wanted by the RCMP – Kevin Louis VERMETTE

CANADA’S MOST WANTED: These killers are on the run; have you seen them? | Toronto Sun

America’s Most Wanted – Season 22 Episode 32: May 23, 2009 – Metacritic

Community Profile – District of Kitimat

Unsolved Mysteries – Board With Everything

amw.com | Kevin Vermette – Fugitive

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