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CBC Investigates 'Gap in the system': Winnipeg man, once found unsuitable to sell securities, was able to sell life insurance
A former Winnipeg life insurance agent was allowed to keep selling insurance after he was found unsuitable for selling securities, in a case that an investor advocate says points to gaps in the regulatory system.video
CBC Investigates RCMP communications centre staff describe 'high school' environment, low morale: review
An internal report suggests interpersonal conflicts are hurting morale among the people who handle 911 calls at the RCMP Manitoba telecommunications centre, which has been plagued by staff shortages.
They’re considered a lifeline to officers in the field, but new numbers reveal all of the RCMP’s Operational Communications Centres across the country are understaffed, in some cases by as much as 50 per cent or more.video
CBC Investigates Some chiropractors forced to adjust websites after association cracks down on health messaging
The governing body for chiropractors in Manitoba has started to crack down on the advertising claims made by its members on their websites.
The CBC I-Team began 2017 with a story connected to a major pocketbook item for a lot of people: the purchase of a car.video
Health Canada has decided against banning the sale of wire-bristle barbecue brushes, and is instead leaving brush safety mostly in the hands of industry and grillers, according to its latest risk assessment report.video
CBC Investigates Penalties when workers die on the job don't go far enough, say labour groups, families
CBC News analysed more than 250 convictions in connection with a workplace fatality across Canada and found the median fine to be $97,000. Labour groups and families of the victims say the penalties don't go far enough.
CBC Investigates Jazz prof Steve Kirby fired from Berklee College after U of M students share harassment complaints
Jazz professor Steve Kirby has been terminated from his job at Berklee College of Music after a number of University of Manitoba students and former students told the Boston-based college they had been harassed by Kirby.video
CBC Investigates Worker with open sore, reuse of disposables among recent problems found at Manitoba nail salons
Improper sterilization of tools and reuse of disposable items such as emery boards and pumice stones at nail salons were common problems in the latest public health inspection reports released to CBC News under Manitoba’s freedom-of-information law.video
A civilian employee of the RCMP in Winnipeg says the police agency mishandled the issue of lead contamination from its indoor firing range and kept her in the dark about it.video
CBC Investigates Wire-bristle BBQ brush incident reports more than double
The number of incidents related to wire-bristle barbecue brushes reported to Health Canada more than doubled over the summer, while the regulator weighs what to do about the problem.
CBC Investigates Crown stayed assault charge against retired RCMP officer, complainant left in the dark
A woman who complained she was assaulted by a retired RCMP officer says she was never informed the charge was stayed and still wishes she could have her day in court.video
A woman who was a parishioner of an Anglican church in western Manitoba is alleging she was exploited and sexually assaulted by her priest for years, after he manipulated her into a sexual relationship.
CBC Investigates Vacationers want refund from Sunwing after problem-plagued Dominican Republic holiday
A Winnipeg couple who endured power outages, plumbing problems, loud buzzing in their room and even a fire at a Dominican Republic resort are hoping for a full refund from Sunwing Vacations months after the company ended its relationship with the resort.video
CBC Investigates 'It was such a big secret': Man waives ban on his identity in father's incest trial
A son who is accusing his father of sexually abusing him in his youth has made the rare decision to waive the publication ban that typically applies to identifying victims in trials involving such sexual allegations.
A former Winnipeg lawyer who was disbarred after misappropriating clients’ funds is now facing criminal charges.
CBC Investigates U of M gave positive reference check for former prof accused of sexual harassment: Berklee College
Berklee College of Music says the University of Manitoba gave positive references for former jazz professor Steve Kirby.video
CBC Investigates 1 in 7 Manitoba search warrants in study has serious flaws
One in seven search warrants in a Manitoba study was so flawed that it should never have been issued, says an unpublished copy of the study that was obtained by CBC News.video
CBC Investigates Make sexual harassment training mandatory at U of M, says advocate
A women's rights advocate says she is outraged that former U of M jazz professor Steve Kirby was able to retire in June and then get a new job teaching at a college in Boston, even though an internal investigation found his conduct at the University of Manitoba constituted sexual harassment.video
The University of Manitoba was warned repeatedly about concerns over the harassing behaviour of its star jazz professor, Steve Kirby, during a period stretching back many years.
CBC Investigates Berklee College puts Steve Kirby on leave after allegations of sexual harassment at U of Manitoba
A former University of Manitoba jazz student is angry with the way the university handled an internal investigation into Prof/ Steve Kirby’s conduct, and says it didn’t do enough to create a safe environment for female students.video
CBC Investigates Female students allege sexual misconduct against former U of Manitoba jazz prof Steve Kirby
A celebrated jazz professor and musician has parted ways with the University of Manitoba after an internal investigation report found that he repeatedly made inappropriate sexual comments and unwanted sexual contact with a female student.
CBC Investigates Winnipeg priest faces new sexual assault charges
A Catholic priest who founded and ran a youth centre in Winnipeg for decades is facing new sexual assault charges from three additional alleged victims.video
A Canadian manufacturer says safety standards need to be imposed on wire bristle barbecue brushes sold in this country.
After years of safety warnings and reports of injuries from wire-bristle brushes used to clean barbecue grills, Health Canada has begun a risk assessment that could potentially stop the sale of the brushes.video
CBC INVESTIGATES Pembina Trails School Division used Winnipeg immigration consultant charged with fraud
A Winnipeg man charged by the Canadian Border Services Agency in September for fraud was listed as a recruiter for Pembina Trails School Division’s international student program up until last week.
CBC Investigates Korean workers in some Winnipeg sushi restaurants coerced into handing over part of pay to employers
As many as 26 sushi restaurants in Winnipeg may have used an unlicensed immigration consultant to hire Korean workers - some were coerced into slicing off part of their paycheques to give to their employers, according to court documents obtained by the CBC’s I-Team.video
In the wake of a fatal transmission line tower collapse in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Manitoba Federation of Labour is calling on Manitoba Hydro to make sure workers doing similar work in this province are safe.
CBC Investigates 5 Manitoba Hydro transmission towers collapse during assembly
It’s described as a rare occurrence for a transmission tower to collapse during assembly, but CBC News has learned there have been five separate collapses in Manitoba since February.readcomments video
CBC Investigates Angry car buyer sues dealership, scores $5K settlement
They are the biggest car dealership group in Winnipeg, but that didn’t deter a Brunkild retiree who believed he was overcharged thousands of dollars for his 2016 Chevy Cruze.video
CBC Investigates 'It was dripping fire onto her leg': Public insurer sues Fiat Chrysler after 2 vehicles catch fire
Manitoba Public Insurance is taking Fiat Chrysler to court after two of its vehicles caught fire in Manitoba, alleging there was faulty wiring in the sun visors.video
A Winnipeg woman who paid thousands of dollars for a prearranged funeral has learned the company she signed with is no longer in business, and she doesn’t know how to get her money back.video
CBC Investigates Police still building case against alleged killer of Tina Fontaine
CBC News has learned that additional samples have been collected from Raymond Cormier while he awaits trial for the murder of Tina Fontaine.video
Investors who have put money into the startup costs of Winnipeg’s SkyCity Centre have been told their bonds are in default, according to documents obtained by CBC News.video
Staffing shortages at the RCMP telecommunications centre in Manitoba have reached a "critical level" with 35 per cent of positions vacant, according to an internal staff note obtained by CBC News.
A group of Winnipeg condo owners, embroiled in a lawsuit over repairs needed to their new condos, won't get enough help from their new home warranty.video
At a time when the RCMP is already facing concerns about staff shortages, new numbers show the rate of unfilled RCMP officer positions in Manitoba is sitting at eight per cent, CBC News has learned.video
An activist who tried for years to get a copy of a report into chiropractic care in Manitoba says the government was ‘deceitful’ in denying her access to the report.video
Chiropractic services funded by the province should have strict limits and patients under 18 should not be funded, according to a report which was never made public, but was recently obtained by CBC.
Before you rent, do a little research on your landlord. The Residential Tenancies Branch has a database that keeps a record of landlords and tenants who have had to turn to the province to solve rental disputes.video
CBC Investigates Tina Fontaine's alleged killer going straight to trial
Raymond Cormier was directly indicted Tuesday afternoon in a Winnipeg court.video
More than a dozen employees may have been exposed to infectious contaminants in incidents at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg over a 22-month period.video
In an infomercial-style television show he hosted in 2014, Donald Trump Jr. featured a Winnipeg businessman who was facing 12 income tax evasion charges in Manitoba.video
CBC Investigates Federal security officials approved Winnipeg police efforts to purchase spying devices
Federal public safety officials approved a licence that would enable the Winnipeg Police Service to purchase devices from an undisclosed company designed to intercept the private communications of citizens, documents obtained by CBC News reveal.video
The CBC I-Team takes a look in the rear-view mirror at their most memorable stories of 2016.video
Funeral directors have their own code of ethics. When those rules are breached, consumers can turn to the Funeral Board of Manitoba.video
New allegations of sexual assault have emerged against a Catholic priest and convicted sex offender, CBC News has learned.video
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