A Global News investigation into a troubling trend of leaks and spills in Sarnia, Ontario’s ‘Chemical Valley’, a concerning lack of government response, and the people who believe it’s making them sick.
A two-year long Global News investigation that uncovered a troubling trend of industrial leaks and spills in the Sarnia, Ontario area last year prompted provincial promises of a health study and plans to drive down emissions. But where do those commitments stand one year later? Carolyn Jarvis reports.
Carolyn Jarvis previews her documentary which examines air pollution concerns in Sarnia, Ontario. The investigation uncovers a troubling trend of leaks and spills with a concerning response from the government.
Paris reached its hottest day on record on Thursday, with tourists and residents taking to fountains near the Eiffel Tower to keep cool. London and the Netherlands also saw records broken challenging people to find various ways to keep cool.
With the Eye Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario recommending that Queen's Park ban the unlicensed practice of eyeball tattoos, Ottawa woman Catt Gallinger provided an update with her progress since receiving a botched scleral tattoo.
An Ontario mother has become a vocal advocate for vaccines, after her two-year-old son died from the flu. But as Mike Drolet explains, the bereaved mother says she’s now become the target of attacks from anti-vaxxers.
Rainy weather didn't dampen the enthusiasm for the Oshawa firefighters' second annual slo-pitch fundraising tournament Friday. Jasmine Pazzano explains why this cause hits so close to home for many firefighters.