Alexis Kolody was sexually assaulted in 2017 after falling asleep at a party, and asked the courts to lift the automatic publication ban on her identity because she wants to help end the stigma around sexual assault and let others to know it's alright to speak about what happened to them. Her attacker appealed his conviction and the case made its way to Canada's supreme court, where the order for a new trial was struck down. The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal dismissed her attacker's appeal Friday, and Kolody joins Gormley to tell us how she's feeling at the end of her five-year fight for justice.