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Ep21: Deuxième Partie ~ Canadian ‘Jane & John Does’

Part Two: I will talk about open cases of the Rosedale Jane Doe ( , Clarington Jane Doe ( , Toronto Jane Doe (2019) ( , Windsor Jane Doe (1982) ( , Windsor John Doe (1982) ( , Another Windsor Jane Doe (1982) ( , Edmonton Jane Doe (1975) (

Each year, police record over 100,000 missing persons in Canada. In 2021, British Columbia had the highest number of missing adult reports per capita, with 258 reports per 100,000 people, followed by Manitoba with 152 reports per 100,000 people. Nunavut had the lowest, with five reports per 100,000 people

These are their stories….

(Click on the name of Jane /John Does below)


Rosedale Jane Doe: ( On May 2, 2022, police responded to a call in the Castle Frank Road and Dale Avenue area at around 4:45 p.m outside a home. Based on the Police report, her body was left there somewhere between noon on April 28 and on May 2, but she may have been dead since last summer. They estimated her to be between 4 to 7 years old.
Clarington Jane Doe: ( aka Bowmanville Jane Doe 2006/Ontario Jane Doe . On October 27, 2006, while harvesting dogwood plants a man found human remains in a marshy field near the Darlington Nuclear Plant in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada. This location was isolated and undeveloped and quite mucky to trudge through. It’s near enough to roads as well, but not too close to be stumbled upon by hikers.

Toronto Jane Doe (2019): ( On June 7th, 2019, A woman’s body was found in Toronto’s north end last month and police are asking for your help identifying her. She was found in the area of Donlands Avenue and Millwood Road, which has a steep bridge in the area. in the early morning hours of June 7. Google Map location (,+Toronto,+ON+M4J+3S4/@43.697177,-79.3513749,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89d4ccedc98cc503:0x92f646f500531e79!8m2!3d43.697177!4d-79.3491862)
Windsor Jane Doe (1982) ( : April 11-24, 1982 (Estimated) This is the time the deceased was estimated to be in the water.  April 25, 1982, They were discovered in the Detroit River near Maple Leaf Mills Processing
Windsor John Doe (1982) ( : Only 3.24 mi estimated away, on April 26, 1982, another body was recovered from the Detroit river near Fighting Island. He was estimated to be in the water for six months. He was male and black, 5’6″-5’8″, with undetermined age.
Another Windsor Jane Doe (1982) ( : 3 Hours and Forty-Five Minutes away, on April 11, 1982, another female’s body was recovered from the Inner Harbour near the Royal Canadian Yacht Club Toronto, Ontario. This female was also in the water for several weeks, height 5’1, with several healed medical procedures. Aged 35-50 years old. 

Edmonton Jane Doe (1975) ( :  June 30, 1975. Edmonton was discovered in the North Saskatchewan River near the Beverly neighborhood of Edmonton, Canada.  We know that she is female, aged 18-30, and was 5’3 – 5’6 at 101-110 pounds. Edmonton was First Nations. 


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