Veritas, a new Canadian journalism foundation, will hold an international conference in collaboration with Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) in Toronto May 14-15.
The Donkin coal mine is scheduled to open this summer in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia but questions surrounding the safety records of people running the mine remain unanswered by government officials overseeing the project.
Meet some of the veterans 16×9 met for “Left Behind” and some of the people who are helping them.
The struggles of homeless veterans started gaining attention over the last decade, as shelters, police agencies and academics started recognizing the unique population. Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) published a report in 2015 estimating 2,250 veterans use homeless shelters every year.
Muhammad Umar Naseem claims his boss at Petro-Canada forced him to work about 100 hours per week.
Global National Anchor Dawna Friesen is stepping in as host of Global News’ flagship investigative show 16X9.
When the Supreme Court of Canada stuck down the law in Feb. 2015, it also suspended its decision for a year, giving the federal government time to come up with legislation that would allow assisted-dying. But a year after the historic decision, a new law still isn’t in place.
Camille Runke had a protection order against her estranged husband. But when she was murdered last year, her name was added to a long list of women killed every year in Canada by someone they used to love.
In a joint investigation by 16×9 and the Toronto Star we examine a series of systemic failures by the justice system and sit down for an exclusive interview with one of Whitmore’s victims, Zachary Miller.
In 1985, the Manolis L sank after it ran aground near Change Islands. When it went down, the vessel was carrying more than 500,000 litres of fuel, most of it a highly toxic, heavy oil known as Bunker C.
A 16×9 investigation has discovered there are hundreds of sunken ships in Canadian waters, some of which have leaked oil in the past and are at risk of doing so again.
Munawar is one of 44 women and 17 children living in a shelter, the first of its kind in a country where women once had no place to go.
To be a widow in Afghanistan is to barely exist. It is not accepted – culturally – for a woman to live alone. And in this country of widows there are few options.
Correspondent Mellissa Fung was documenting the struggle for women’s rights seven years ago when she was kidnapped. Now, on assignment for 16×9, she returns to the country – and the women who are still fighting for basic rights.
Many of Canada’s First Nations communities are still without what the United Nations considers a basic human right: access to clean drinking water.