The Human Rights Tribunal of Canada has issued a scathing decision criticizing the federal government’s slow action on implementing a policy that would ensure better services for Canada’s First Nations children.
Brennan Leffler worked on Global News’ former investigative news program 16×9 from 2010 until 2016. He produced major investigations on a variety of topics, including child sexual exploitation, industrial contamination, gun violence and healthcare. Prior to his time with 16×9, Brennan was a writer and broadcast producer with Global National.
Despite laws that have been in place for decades to protect workers, labour experts say workplace exploitation in Canada is on the rise.
Sleep medicines have been around for decades, but now, there are gadgets, apps and labs that study and diagnose sleeping disorders. And with technology driving increasingly busy lifestyles, the business of sleep is multiplying rapidly.
Scientists have some advice for sleep-deprived Canadians: wake up – and go to bed.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson is admitting he approved a complaint against a B.C.-based psychologist that led to allegations that the force breached the medical privacy of five Mounties.
Just days after 16×9’s story on a 2012 privacy breach in the RCMP, the National Police Force is being accused of misrepresenting the facts of the case in an email to its membership.
16×9 producer, Brennan Leffler, talks about the number of calls he received from RCMP members who wanted to share their stories of workplace harassment and privacy breaches.
A group of Mounties has filed a lawsuit against the RCMP, alleging their medical records were obtained by their employer and shared outside the organization without consent.
NATO appears to be on a collision course with Russia as the Western military alliance expands, and Moscow warns of grave consequences to that expansion.
Close encounters between Russia and NATO have been escalating, according to figures from the European Leadership Network. a U.K.-based think tank.
Former Russian opposition leader and chess world champion Garry Kasparov says Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “one man dictatorship” who needs conflict with the West to maintain power.
They fight crime, battle fires, and rush toward danger when everyone else is running away – but now they’re calling for help.
16×9 producer Brennan Leffler talks about Canada’s contaminated sites, and why they’re a $7-billion problem for taxpayers.
The lure of gold helped build the fledgling northern community of Yellowknife when the Giant Mine site opened in 1948, but it came at a heavy cost.
Yellowknife’s Giant Mine is just one of more than 22,000 contaminated sites owned by the federal government in Canada.